Waupaca County sentencing
??Judge Philip Kirk sentenced Thomas L. Stafford, 57, Menasha, to one year in jail, revoked his license for 36 months and assessed him $3,413 in fines and court costs.
Stafford was convicted of a fifth and a sixth drunken driving offense.
??Judge Raymond Huber placed Brian J. Hejda, 33, Manawa, on one year of probation, ordered him to perform 25 hours of community service and assessed him $125 in court costs after Hejda pleaded no contest to failure to report to jail.
In March 2010, Hejda was convicted of a fourth drunken driving offense and sentenced to 150 days in jail. He was given 60 days to report to the jail to begin his sentence for a misdemeanor.
On May 27, 2010, Huber issued a warrant for Hejda’s arrest after he failed to begin serving his sentence. Failure to report to jail is a felony offense. As the result of a felony conviction, Hejda has permanently lost the right to possess a firearm and temporarily lost the right to vote until his probation is successfully completed.
??Judge John Hoffmann sentenced Frank L. Bowman, 29, Clintonville, to 90 days in jail after revoking his probation on May 26. The following day, Hoffmann issued a domestic abuse restraining order against Bowman.
Hoffmann had placed Bowman on 18 months of probation in September 2010 after he had been convicted of disorderly conduct, resisting an officer and misdemeanor bail jumping. Two counts of felony bail jumping had been dismissed but read into the record.
??Joshua D. Parker, 30, Manawa, was convicted of felony possession of marijuana and two misdemeanor counts of possession of drug paraphernalia.
Huber placed Parker on 18 months of probation with the conditions that he not possess any illegal drugs and that he participate in any drug treatment program recommended by his probation officer. He also assessed Parker $754 in court costs.
??Hoffmann sentenced Brandon S. Dietz, 19, Waupaca, to 90 days in jail after revoking his probation on May 26.
In February, Dietz was placed on 18 months of probation after he was convicted of misdemeanor theft.
On May 17, Dietz was charged with multiple counts of burglary and theft.
??Brian J. Burow, 27, Weyauwega, was convicted of two misdemeanor counts of disorderly conduct, three counts each of child abuse and battery were dismissed but read into the court record for sentencing purposes.
Huber placed Burow on two years of probation, then imposed and stayed a 20-day jail term that the judge made available to the Burow’s probation officer to use in lieu of revocation. Huber also prohibited Burow from using corporal punishment on his children.