Felony charge dropped
Roe convicted of disorderly conduct
An attempted homicide charge against Alison Roe was amended to disorderly conduct.
The 45-year-old Waupaca woman was charged March 3 with attempted first-degree intentional homicide.
Roe was accused of planning to kill the family who gave her a home after her January homicide trial.
She allegedly sent threatening texts via Facebook.
At a court hearing March 16, Assistant District Attorney Nicholas Bolz made the motion to amend Roe’s original charge.
Judge Raymond Huber accepted Roe’s plea of no contest to the disorderly conduct charge, assessed her $443 in court costs and sentenced her to time served.
Roe had been in custody on a $2,500 cash bond since her arrest on March 2.
Related attempted homicide charges against Darlene Norkett, 32, Waupaca, are still pending.