Waupaca County sentencing
??Nicholas R. Goulet, 28, Iola, was convicted of victim intimidation and disorderly conduct. A felony charge of strangulation was dismissed but read into the record.
Judge Raymond Huber placed Goulet on one year of probation and assessed him $641 in fines and court costs.
??Huber placed Scott L. Gokey, 50, Clintonville, on two years of probation, assessed him $729 in court costs and ordered him not to consume alcohol while on probation.
Gokey was convicted of disorderly conduct, resisting an officer and misdemeanor battery, which had been amended from battery of an officer. A charge of lewd and lascivious behavior was dismissed but read into the record.
Gokey was arrested in April and held in custody for 75 days on a $1,000 cash bond. Police were dispatched to downtown Clintonville after bar patrons reported that a man had urinated on the sidewalk.
??Huber ordered Thomas E. Gill, 51, Waupaca, to spend one weekend in jail and pay $1,320 in fines and court costs.
Gill was convicted of a misdemeanor charge of marijuana possession, which had been amended from a felony charge of delivery of marijuana.
??Judge John Hoffmann placed Dawn M. Stocks, 40, Waupaca, on two years of probation and assessed her $298 in court costs.
Stocks was convicted of felony charges of delivery of marijuana and delivery of non-narcotic drugs.
??Jacob A. Christian, 19, Oshkosh, was convicted of delivery of marijuana and disorderly conduct. Charges of possession with intent to deliver, possession of drug paraphernalia and felony bail jumping were dismissed but read into the court record.
Judge Philip Kirk placed Christian on two years of probation with the condition that he perform 25 hours of community service and pay $486 in court costs.
??Kirk placed Kimberly B. Guitron, 32, New London, on three years of probation and ordered her to pay $3,866 in restitution, fines and court costs.
Guitron was convicted of one count of forgery uttering, while four other counts of forgery were dismissed and read into the record. In a separate criminal complaint related to her involvement in the break-in at Union Still & Grill in Symco, Guitron was convicted of theft and vandalism, while a burglary charge was dismissed and read into the record.
??Hoffmann placed Severin H. Horn, 20, Clintonville, on one year of probation and ordered him to pay $353 in court costs.
Horn was convicted of misdemeanor bail jumping. Charges of felony bail jumping and felony mistreatment of animals were dismissed and read into the record. Horn was accused of breaking a cat’s leg after it defecated in his laundry basket.