Waupaca County criminal sentencing
? Judge Raymond Huber sentenced Anthony B. Clark, 44, Waupaca, to five years in state prison and 4 1/2 years of extended supervision.
Clark was convicted of felony reckless endangerment and misdemeanor battery. Charges of victim intimidation, operating a firearm while intoxicated and disorderly conduct were dismissed and read into the court record for sentencing purposes.
The victim said Clark had backhanded her across the face, then placed the barrel of a handgun in her mouth and threatened to kill her if she reported it to police, according to the criminal complaint.
Clark was charged on July 5, 2011, and held in custody on a $25,000 cash bond. Huber gave Clark 222 days credit for the time he has already spent in jail.
? Huber imposed and stayed a three-year prison sentence and placed Jonathan R. Olson, 26, Waupaca, on three years of probation with the condition that he serve 10 months in jail.
On Nov. 1, 2010, Olson was charged with two felony counts of possession of narcotics, possession of a controlled substance and possession of drug paraphernalia. He was convicted of one count of narcotics possession and the rest of the charges were dismissed.
On May 25, 2011, Olson was charged with possession of drug paraphernalia and felony bail jumping. He was convicted on the felony bail jumping charge and the possession charge was dismissed.
On June 21, 2011, Olson was arrested and subsequently charged with two counts of burglary, three counts of theft and one count of criminal damage to property. He was convicted on one felony count of burglary and all the other charges were dismissed.
On Sept. 21, Olson was charged with disorderly conduct, resisting an officer and felony bail jumping. He was convicted of felony bail jumping and the other charges were dismissed.
On Oct. 13, Olson was charged with theft and felony bail jumping. Both charges were dismissed.
Huber granted Olson work release privileges as part of his jail sentence, prohibited him from possessing or consuming alcohol or illegal drugs and ordered him to pay $8,142 in restitution and $2,042 in court costs. He also has to write a letter of apology to two of his victims.
? Huber placed Joshua K. Mason, 38, Clintonville, on two years of probation and ordered him to perform 40 hours of community service and pay $741 in court costs.
Mason was convicted of fourth-degree sexual assault and disorderly conduct stemming from an April 24, 2011, incident. Charges of third-degree sexual assault and battery were dismissed on a motion by the prosecution.
He was also convicted of obstructing an officer and misdemeanor bail jumping from a Dec. 30, 2011 incident.
? Judge Philip Kirk placed Adrian D. Gibbs, 34, Weyauwega, on three years of probation, ordered him to spend nine months in jail, revoked his driver’s license for nine months and assessed him $1,538 in fines and court costs.
Gibbs was convicted of a fifth offense of operating while intoxicated.
? Judge John Hoffmann placed Robert J. Boyle, 48, Waupaca, on three years of probation, ordered him to spend one year in jail, revoked his license for 36 months and assessed him $2,207 in fines and court costs.
Boyle was convicted of a sixth OWI.
? Huber sentenced Michelle M. Ritchie, 44, Ogdensburg, to two years in prison and two years of extended supervision, revoked her license for 36 months and assessed her $3,681 in fines and court costs.
Ritchie was convicted of a sixth OWI. At the time of her Nov. 13, 2011 OWI arrest in Waupaca County, Ritchie was facing a felony OWI charge in Shawano County and out on bail. In Shawano County, Ritchie was sentenced to three years in prison and three years of extended supervision.
? Huber placed Gary L. Hotvedt, 42, Weyauwega, on three years of probation, ordered him to serve one year in jail, but stayed 90 days of the sentence to be used at the probation agent’s discretion. He also revoked Hotvedt’s license for 36 months and assessed him $3,715.
Hotvedt was convicted of operating a vehicle with a prohibited alcohol level. It was his seventh drinking and driving offense.
? Kirk sentenced Charles Abhold, 43, Ogdensburg, to 175 days in jail, revoked his license for 36 months and assessed him $3,198 in fines and court costs.
Abhold was convicted of a fourth OWI. Charges of felony marijuana possession, operating after revocation and possession of drug paraphernalia were dismissed and read in.
? Hoffmann placed Amanda J. Brehmer, 22, Waupaca, on one year of probation and assessed her $243 in court costs.
Brehmer was convicted of possession of a controlled substance. She had originally been charged with a felony count of distribution of amphetamines.
? Kirk ordered that two felony counts of hit-and-run charged against Darrian R. Rahn, 43, Waupaca, be dismissed and that Rahn be cited for inattentive driving instead. Rahn was assessed $187.
? Kirk placed Terrill J. Henning, 22, Embarrass, on one year probation, assessed him $343 in court costs and ordered him to have no contact with the victim.
Henning was convicted of misdemeanor battery. Charges of strangulation and disorderly conduct were dismissed and read into the record.
? Huber placed Robert A. Skruch, 21, Waupaca, on two years of probation and ordered him to pay $518 in court costs.
Skruch was convicted of felony possession of amphetamines. Charges of possession of a controlled substance and possession of drug paraphernalia were dismissed and read in.
? Huber placed Patrick A. James, 59, Waupaca, on four years of probation, stayed a sentence of 120 days in jail, ordered him to serve 50 hours of community service per year of probation and to register as a sex offender.
James was convicted of two counts of possession of child pornography. Four more child porn charges were dismissed and read in.
? Huber placed Daniel P. Wilson, 32, New London, on two years of probation and ordered him to pay $1,974 in court costs and attorney fees.
Wilson was convicted of two misdemeanor counts of battery and misdemeanor bail jumping in an incident of domestic violence. Two counts of disorderly conduct and one count of felony bail jumping were dismissed and read in.
The district attorney’s office entered deferred prosecution agreement with Wilson on a felony charge of strangulation.