Waupaca County criminal sentencing June 19
• Judge Raymond Huber sentenced Danielle S. Tody, 33, Waupaca, to two consecutive six-month jail terms.
Tody was convicted of a fourth and a fifth offense of operating while under the influence.
Both times she was arrested in Waupaca County, police had been called out after she crashed her vehicle. Blood tests after both crashes indicated the presence of multiple narcotics.
Huber also assessed Tody a total of $2,798 in fines and court costs, revoked her license for 36 months and ordered her to install an ignition interlock device in any vehicle she may own.
A couple weeks after her Waupaca County sentencing, Tody was sentenced in Winnebago County to two years in state prison after being convicted of a sixth OWI and felony bail jumping.
• Huber placed Andrew P. Akright, 29, Manawa, on five years probation and ordered him to serve nine months in jail and pay over $60,000 in restitution.
Akright was convicted of three counts of burglary in a 30-count felony case that involved break-ins to 10 area taverns and churches in the summer and fall of 2012. The 27 other counts, which included theft, criminal damage, burglary, armed burglary and carrying a concealed weapon, were dismissed but read into the record for sentencing purposes.
In April 2013, while the 2012 case was making its way through the court system, Akright was arrested again and charged with five counts of burglary and three counts of theft. He was accused of repeatedly breaking into his landlord’s apartment. All eight counts from this case were dismissed and read into the record.
• Judge Philip Kirk placed Christopher M. Fisher, 27, Waupaca, on two years of probation and ordered him to spend seven days in jail with release privileges and pay $496 in court costs.
Fisher was convicted of criminal damage to property and disorderly conduct. Charges of robbery with use of force and possession of marijuana were dismissed but read into the record.
Fisher’s twin brother, Matthew, was also charged in the December 2013 incident. He failed to make a court appearance on Jan. 7 and a warrant was issued for his arrest. The warrant for Matthew Fisher remains active, according to court records.
• Huber placed Nancy L. Baumgartner, 66, Clintonville, on one year of probation, sentenced her to five days in jail, revoked her driver’s license for 13 months and ordered her to pay $1,192 in fines and court costs and install an ignition interlock device in her car.
Baumgartner was convicted of a second drunken driving offense. Three counts of causing injury while operating under the influence were dismissed and read into the record.
• Judge Keith Steckbauer placed Nicholas D. Cermak, 20, Appleton, on three years of probaton and ordered him to serve 90 days in jail and pay $511 in court costs.
Cermak was convicted of felony possession of marijuana with intent to deliver and obstructing an officer. Charges of possession of marijuana and posession of drug paraphernalia were dismissed and read into the record.
Cermak is currently serving four months in jail after his probation for an Outagamie County drug-related conviction was revoked, following Calumet county charging him with fourth-degree sexual assault and felony bail jumping.
• Steckbauer placed Nicole L. Russell, 24, Iola, on two years of probation and ordered her to spend 30 days in jail. Russell was convicted of felony theft and criminal trespass.
• Kirk sentenced James H. Bartz, 50, Clintonville, to 90 days in jail, placed him on two years of probation, revoked his license for 36 months and ordered him to install an ignition interlock device and pay $3,273 in fines and court costs.
Bartz was convicted of a fourth drunken driving offense. A charge of obstructing an officer was dismissed and read into the record.
• Huber placed Mandalenichen Parascand, 30, Waupaca, on three years of probation. He stayed a sentence of 75 days in jail and ordered her to perform 100 hours of community service.
In three separate cases, Paracand was convicted of misdemeanor theft (amended from felony identity theft), three counts of misdemeanor theft (amended from felony forgery uttering) and disorderly conduct.
• Steckbauer placed Salvador Silva, 21, formerly of Clintonville, on 18 months of probation.
Silva was convicted of contributing to the delinquency of a minor and disorderly conduct. Two counts of second-degree sexual assault of a child were dismissed and read into the record.
Silva’s record will be expunged if he successfully completes probation.
• Huber placed Anthony Luviano, 31, Marion, on 18 months of probation.
Luviano was convicted of felon in possession of a firearm. A felony theft charge was dismissed and read into the record.
He was accused of stealing his neighbor’s shotgun. As a condition of his probation, Luviano has to write a letter of apology to his neighbor.
• Kirk placed Christopher A. Davis, 18, New London, on three years of probation, sentenced him to six months in jail, then stayed four months of the sentence.
Davis was convicted of felony child abuse. A charge of repeated sexual assault of a child was dismissed and read into the record.
If Davis successfully completes probation, his record will be expunged.
• Huber placed James D. Bessette, 26, formerly of New London, on 18 months of probation. He also ordered Bessette to pay $665 in restitution and $762 in court costs. Bessette was convicted of theft and computer crime.
• A charge of violating the terms of the sex offender registry were dismissed against Kenneth J. Flanagan, 51, Manawa.
• Huber sentenced Brian Boyd, 36, Dodge Correctional Institute, to one year in state prison and two years of extended supervision.
Boyd was convicted in Waupaca County of felon in possession of a fire arm. A felony charge of cocaine possession was dismissed and read into the record.
Boyd is currenty serving time in prison after Milwaukee County revoked his probation on 2002 convictions of battery to an officer and cocaine possession earlier this year.
• Kirk placed Jesse L. Hansen, 22, New London, on two years of probation.
Hansen was convicted of theft and misdemeanor illegal entry into a building, amended from a felony burglary charge.
• Kirk imposed and stayed a sentence of 120 days in jail, then placed Matthew B. Jones, 36, Clintonville, on one year of probation.
Jones was convicted of felony delivery of marijuana. Charges of drug trafficking, possession of marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia were dismissed and read into the record.
• Kirk sentenced Larry J. McKenzie, 24, Clintonville, to one year in jail after revoking his probation.
In March 2013, McKenzie was convicted of felony substantial battery and placed on two years of probation. He was cited for operating a vehicle with a controlled substance in April 2014.