Waupaca County criminal sentencing
• Judge John Hoffmann sentenced Paul R. Reese, 58, Weyauwega, to three years in prison and three years of extended supervision.
Reese was convicted of sexual assault of a child. Three more counts of sexual assault of a child and one count of child abuse were dismissed and read into the court record for sentencing purposes.
• Judge Raymond Huber sentenced James L. Hinkle, 50, Fox Lake Correctional Institution, to two years in prison and two years of extended supervision and ordered him to pay $3,091 in restitution.
Hinkle was convicted of one count of burglary for an April 2010 offense. Two more counts of burglary, three counts of theft and one count of criminal damage to property were dismissed and read into the record.
Hinkle is currently serving a four-year prison sentence. He was convicted of a charge of felon in possession of a firearm and theft in Winnebago County in 2011.
• Hoffmann placed Dale Tankersley, 27, Waupaca, on one year of probation and ordered him to pay $961 in restitution and court costs.
Tankersley was convicted of two counts of misdemeanor theft. Three felony counts of forgery uttering were dismissed and read into the court record.
• Huber placed Paul A. Kendrick, 37, Waupun, on two years of probation and sentenced him to 60 days in jail concurrent with time he is now serving.
Kendrick was convicted of one count of forgery uttering. Two other counts of forgery and three counts of identity theft were dismissed and read into the record.
In July 2001, Kendrick was sentenced to six years in state prison with six years of extended supervision after being convicted of multiple felonies in Waupaca County, including forgery and escape. The remainder of Kendrick’s extended supervision was revoked in May 2012, and he was returned to prison until January 2013.
• Huber placed Amy R. Akstulewicz, 30, Waupaca, on 18 months of probation and ordered her to pay $486 in court costs.
Akstulewicz was convicted of possession of an illegally obtained prescription, which was amended from a felony narcotics charge, and misdemeanor bail jumping. Charges of theft and bail jumping were dismissed and read into the record.
• Huber placed Joseph C. Chambers, 28, New London, on one year of probation after accepting his guilty plea to a disorderly conduct charge. A felony strangulation charge was dismissed and read into the record.
• Hoffmann sentenced Preston T. Harris-Cook, 18, New London, to five months in jail after revoking his probation.
Harris-Cook was convicted of battery and disorderly conduct in November 2011 and placed on two years of probation.
In April 2012, Harris-Cook was charged with felony theft after allegedly taking $4,000 from his aunt.
• Hoffmann placed Prentice A. Dubose, 24, Weyauwega, on two years probation.
Dubose pleaded no contest to two counts of misdemeanor theft, two counts of disorderly conduct and criminal damage to property. Charges of felony reckless endangerment, theft and felony bail jumping were dismissed and read in the record.
Hoffmann also ordered Dubose to pay $747 on restitution jointly with Sara and Cara Nord. Dubose and the two women were charged with stealing sewer catch basins from streets in Waupaca and attempting to sell them to a scrap yard.
Waupaca County has issued bench warrants for the arrest of the Nords. Cara Nord is facing multiple theft and obstruction charges in Outagamie, Kewaunee and Brown counties.