Waupaca County criminal sentencing
? Judge Raymond Huber sentenced Jeffrey T. Stilp, 37, New London, to two years in prison and four years of extended supervision.
Stilp was convicted of a felony charge of operating while intoxicated with a child passenger.
A charge of operating after revocation was dismissed and read into the record.
Stilp had five prior drunken driving convictions, including two convictions for causing injury while driving under the influence.
At the time of his arrest, Stilp had a 2-year-old passenger in his car.
Huber also revoked Stilp’s license for three years and ordered that he have an ignition interlock on his car for three years.
Stilp was assessed $6,729 in fines and court costs.
? Judge John Hoffmann placed Preston T. Harris-Cook, 19, formerly of New London, on one year of probation.
Harris-Cook appeared before Hoffmann for sentencing on three different criminal cases.
He was convicted of misdemeanor theft, amended from felony theft, for a March 2012 incident.
Hoffmann ordered Harris-Cook to pay $5,468 in restitution and court costs.
Harris-Cook was also convicted of misdemeanor battery from an October 2012 incident when he gave a 15-year-old boy a black eye.
The charge was amended from felony child abuse.
The third case stemmed from a November 2012 offense.
Harris-Cook was convicted of misdemeanor theft and one count of felony bail jumping.
A second count of bail jumping was dismissed and read into the record.
Hoffmann ordered the defendant to pay $2,090 in restitution and court costs.
Harris-Cook is currently residing six months in the Waushara County jail for a felony bail jumping conviction.
? Hoffmann sentenced Sanford A. Hanson, 50, Waupaca, to one year in jail, assessed him $4,015 in fines and court costs, revoked his license for three years and ordered him to install an ignition interlock device on all of his vehicles.
Hanson was convicted of his fifth drunken driving offense.
? Judge Philip Kirk placed Dylan S. Nyman, 21, Waupaca, on two years of probation and assessed him $2,495 in fines and court costs.
Nyman was convicted of three counts of misdemeanor theft.
Two felony counts of forgery uttering were dismissed and read into the record.
? Kirk placed Justin M. Wavruk, 25, Iola, on one year of probation.
Wavruk was convicted of disorderly conduct.
A misdemeanor battery charge was dismissed and read into the record. A felony false imprisonment charge was dismissed by the prosecutor.
? Kirk placed Larry J. McKenzie, 23, Clintonville, on two years of probation and ordered him to pay $2,469 in restitution and court costs.
McKenzie was convicted of substantial battery.
? Hoffmann placed Thomas A. Oreskovic, 27, Shawano, on one year of probation and assessed $518 in court costs.
Oreskovic was convicted of one felony count of marijuana possession.
A possession of narcotics charge was dismissed and read into the record.
? Kirk placed Sharra M. Pohl-Westphal, 22, New London, on 18 months of probation and ordered her to pay $268 in court costs.
She was convicted of one felony marijuana charge, while 16 misdemeanor pot-related charges were dismissed and read into the record.
Pohl-Westphal and her husband were arrested in February 2012 when police found marijuana growing in their home.
? Kirk placed Tabitha M. Lebeau, 25, Appleton, on one year of probation and assessed her $443 in restitution and court costs.
Lebeau was convicted of misdemeanor theft, amended from forgery uttering.
? Kirk sentenced Richard A. Mohr, 42, Waupaca, to eight months in county jail and assessed him $1,667,
Mohr was convicted of two misdemeanor counts of exposing a child to harmful materials.
Two felony counts of child enticement were dismissed and read into the record.
Mohr was accused of making sexually explicit remarks to a 13-year-old girl.
? Huber placed Joshua J. Meier, 17, Waupaca on one year of probation.
Meier was convicted of misdemeanor theft.
A burglary charge was dismissed and read into the record.
? Hoffmann placed Anthony S. Masaros, 24, Waupaca, on three years of probation.
Masaros was convicted of one count of felony bail jumping.
On April 20, 2012, Masaros was charged with one felony count of second-degree sexual assault of a child and three misdemeanor counts of sex with a child age 16 or older.
On Oct. 1, 2012, Masaros entered into a deferred prosecution agreement with the district attorney’s office on the felony charge after pleading guilty to all four counts.
Conditions of the agreement included that he have no access to computers or the Internet, not possess pornography and not go upon any premises where juveniles may be present.
On Jan. 4, the district attorney’s office filed a motion to terminate the deferred prosecution agreement.
Masaros entered a plea of not guilty on March 27.