Waupaca County sentencing
??Barbara L. Peeters, 52, New London, pleaded no contest to one felony count of theft and three misdemeanor counts of theft.
She also entered into a deferred prosecution agreement on the felony count.
Judge Raymond Huber placed Peeters on two years of probation and sentenced her to 120 days in county jail to commence on Oct. 28 with work release privileges.
If Peeters successfully completes her probation without committing any more crimes, the felony charge will be dismissed.
Peeters was charged with theft in July 2010 after her employer, the owner of Familiar Grounds in New London, reported that Peeters had been stealing merchandise from the store.
Peeters had paid $11,405 in restitution prior to the sentencing hearing, according to court records.
??Huber placed the former owner of Kastle Kampground in the town of DuPont on five years of probation and ordered him to spend one year in jail.
Brian J. Miller, 44, was convicted of third-degree sexual assault. Three other sexual assault charges were dismissed and read into the court record.
Miller was accused of making unwanted sexual advances after plying young men, one as young as 16, with alcohol.
Huber ordered Miller to pay $23,928 in restitution and register as a sex offender.
??Judge Philip Kirk placed Ashley N. Coutley, 23, Waupaca, on one year of probation after she entered a plea of no contest to misdemeanor battery. The original charge had been amended from felony abuse of a child.
Charges of battery and disorderly conduct were dismissed but read into the record. Kirk ordered Coutley to pay $243 in court costs.
??Huber placed Tyler T. Young, 21, New London, on three years of probation after convicting him of felony theft. He also ordered Young to pay $7,318 in restitution and court costs.
On Jan. 1, New London police attempted to pull over a speeding motorcycle, but the driver failed to stop and crashed the bike before fleeing the scene on foot. The police later learned that the motorcycle had been stolen.
??Garrett E. Alexander, 23, Weyauwega, was convicted of disorderly conduct and two counts of misdemeanor bail jumping. Two counts of felony bail jumping were dismissed and read into the record.
Kirk place Alexander on 18 months of probation and ordered him to pay $506 in fines and court costs. ,