Waupaca County criminal sentencing April 10
• Judge Raymond Huber sentenced Luke P. Wojtalewicz, 36, New Lisbon Correctional Institute, to 30 months in state prison and 36 months of extended supervision.
Wojtalewicz was convicted of two counts of obtaining a controlled substance through fraud. A felony charge of misappropriation of ID was dismissed and read into the record for sentencing purposes.
Huber ordered that Wojtalewicz’s Waupaca County sentence be served concurrently with the 30-month prison sentence he received in Portage County for three counts of obtaining a controlled substance through fraud.
He was also convicted in May 2013 of felony misappropriation of ID in Wood County, where Wojtalewicz was placed on probation.
In 2009, Wojtalewicz was sentenced in Portage County to 29 months in prison for reckless endangerment and to 12 months in prison for forgery.
• Judge Philip Kirk placed Nicholas O. Hansen, 42, New London, on two years of probation, imposed and stayed a 30-day jail sentence, and ordered Hansen to perform 100 hours of community service.
Hansen was convicted of two counts of theft and illegal entry into a room. A burglary charge was dismissed and read into the court record for sentencing purposes.
• Huber placed Kenneth L. Wyngaard, 46, New London, on three years of probation, ordered him to serve nine months in jail with work-release privileges and perform 80 hours of community service.
Huber also revoked Wyngaard’s driver’s license for 36 months, ordered him to install an ignition interlock device on his car and pay $2,820 in fines and court costs.
Wyngaard was convicted of his fifth drunken driving offense.
• Huber committed Houa Xiong, 30, New London, to six months on each of three counts of misdemeanor reckless endangerment with a weapon.
Xiong entered a plea of no contest to the charges, and Huber accepted the plea, then ruled him not guilty due to mental disease. A felony charge of intimidation of a witness was dismissed and read into the record.