Waupaca County criminal sentencing
? Judge Raymond Huber sentenced Feleesha J. Bruette, 22, Bowler, to six months in jail to be served concurrently to a one-year prison sentence imposed in Outagamie County.
In Waupaca County, Bruette was convicted of obstructing an officer, while a felony charge of misappropriating another person’s identification was dismissed by the prosecution. Bruette gave another woman’s name when she was arrested for shoplifting in Clintonville, according to the criminal complaint.
In Outagamie County, Bruette was convicted of felony bail jumping and retail theft.
Bruette was also convicted of misappropriating ID and felony bail jumping in Shawano County, where she received a total of 75 days in jail. She was convicted of misappropriating ID and obstructing an officer in Marathon County, where she was placed on two years probation and order to serve 90 days in jail.
? Judge Philip Kirk placed David L. Edwards, 43, formerly of New London and now in Waupaca, on two years of probation and assessed him $1,823 in fines and court costs.
In the fall of 2011, Edwards was charged in four separate felony cases and two misdemeanor cases.
He was convicted of two counts of receiving stolen property, battery, disorderly conduct, two counts of misdemeanor bail jumping, criminal damage to property and retail theft. Charges of felony bail jumping, six counts of receiving stolen property, burglary, criminal trespass and felony bail jumping were dismissed and read into the record.
? Jason A. Stickles, 34, Ogdensburg, was convicted of disorderly conduct and criminal damage to property. A battery charge was dismissed and read into the record, while a felony charge of taking a vehicle without the owner’s consent was dismissed on a motion by the prosecutor.
Huber imposed and stayed 90 days in jail on the disorderly conduct charge and imposed and stayed six months in jail on the criminal damage charge, then placed Stickles on one year of probation and assessed him $686 in court costs.
? Judge John Hoffmann placed Zachary J. Peterson, 18, New London, on one year of probation after Peterson pleaded no contest to a misdemeanor charge of theft, which had been amended from a felony charge of taking a vehicle without the owner’s consent.
Hoffmann also ordered Peterson to pay $2,748 in restitution jointly with Eric D. Doughty, 19, New London. Peterson and Doughty were accused of stealing a Pontiac Sunfire in september 2011 and crashing it. Doughty’s case is still pending.
? Stephanie H. Holman, 21, Clintonville, was convicted of misdemeanor theft, which was amended from a felony charge of forgery uttering. A second charge of forgery uttering was dismissed and read into the record.
Hoffmann sentenced Holman to 30 days in jail and ordered her to pay $324 in restitution and court costs. She was accused of stealing two checks from a home where she had been helping an elderly woman.
? Alan R. Christiansen, 22, Iola, was convicted of resisting an officer, while a second resisting charge was dismissed and read into the record and a charge of battery to an officer was dismissed on a motion by the prosecutor.
Hoffmann placed Christiansen on two years of probation and ordered him to pay $243 in court costs.
? Huber placed Barry E. Hedtke, 40, Ogdensburg, on one year of probation and assessed him $857 in fines and court costs.
Hedtke was convicted of misdemeanor batter and disorderly conduct, amended from two counts of sexual assault.
? Kirk sentenced Michael J. Mischock, 44, Marion, to one year in jail, assessed $2,715 in fines and court costs and revoked his license for 36 months.
Mischock was convicted of a fifth drunken driving offense.