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Sentencings

3:24 PM, Jan. 8, 2013  |  Comments
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The following defendants were recently sentenced in Oconto County Circuit Court by Judge Michael T. Judge or Judge Jay N. Conley. Felony charges are denoted with an "(F)." Please note the sentence listed may not include every aspect of a sentence handed down.

Felony

? Raymond Stachura, 47, of Abrams, on Dec. 19 received a withheld sentence from Judge Judge for MA-failure to notify circumstances (medical assistance fraud) (F). He was granted three years probation on the condition of paying $21,450 restitution, $113 court costs, DOC fees, attorney fees and a $250 DNA surcharge, and complete any counseling or treatment deemed appropriate by DOC. He was charged July 19 for receiving BadgerCare benefits to which was not entitled.

Felonies dismissed or reduced

? Madalena Trepanier, 21, of Gillett, on Dec. 21 received from Judge Judge a withheld sentence for obstructing an officer. She was granted one year probation on the condition of serving 50 hours of community service, maintaining absolute sobriety, and payment of $243 court costs and DOC fees. The obstruction charged had been amended from a count of possession of narcotic drugs (F). Trepanier also received a one-year deferred prosecution agreement for possession with intent to deliver a narcotic-party to a crime/possession with intent to deliver or distribute a controlled substance on or near a park. The charges were filed March 28 over a Dec. 22, 2011, incident in the city of Gillett.

Misdemeanor

? Derrick B. Hanley, 25, of Gillett, was sentenced Dec. 26 by Judge Conley to pay $694 fine/court costs for possession of THC. A possession of drug paraphernalia charge was dismissed. He is eligible to have the conviction expunged. He was charged Aug. 9 over a June 13 incident in the town of Underhill. He was also sentenced to pay $505 fine/court costs and four days in jail (credit four) for bail jumping, filed Sept. 17 over an Aug. 31 incident in the city of Oconto.

? Luis M. Garcia-Camacho, 18, of De Pere, was sentenced Dec. 21 by Judge Judge to nine months jail on each count of obstructing an officer-repeater and resisting an officer-repeater. The sentence was stayed and Garcia-Camacho was granted 18 months probation, to be served concurrently, on the conditions of serving 100 days in jail (credit 100), work toward his GED, maintain absolute sobriety, and pay $243 court costs. The sentence is also concurrent with his sentence after revocation in Brown County. He was charged July 30 in connection with an incident in the town of Abrams on July 4.

? Cody L. Steffenhagen, 27, of Oconto, was sentenced Dec. 21 by Judge Conley to pay $389 fine/court costs and perform eight hours of community service for criminal damage to property. A disorderly conduct charge was read into the record and dismissed. He was charged Sept. 24 in connection with an incident Sept. 9 in the city of Oconto.

? Lisa M. Delebreau, 45, of Green Bay, was sentenced Dec. 21 by Judge Conley to 30 days in jail for issuing a worthless check. The sentence was stayed, and she was granted six months Oconto County VIP on the conditions of paying $359 restitution, $389 fine/court costs and VIP fees. She is not to be in possession of checking account materials. A second count was read into the record and dismissed. She was charged with issuing bad checks on May 26 in the town of Gillett and July 22 in the city of Oconto.

? Toni C. Merkt, 21, of Suring, was sentenced Dec. 21 by Judge Conley to pay $379 fine/court costs for possession of drug paraphernalia. She was charged Sept. 17 over a June 3 incident in the town of Stiles. She is eligible to have the conviction expunged.

? Francis T. Wolfe, 46, of Green Bay, was sentenced Dec. 20 to six months jail (credit 78 days) for obstructing an officer-repeater and theft-repeater, to be served concurrently, and concurrent with separate sentencing after revocation. A charge of disorderly conduct-repeater was dismissed. He was charged Aug. 31 over an incident Aug. 16 in the town of Lakewood.

? Kevin F. Schroeder, 34, of Gillett, was sentenced Dec. 19 by Judge Judge to pay $605 fine/court costs for disorderly conduct. A charge of battery-domestic abuse-infliction of physical pain or injury was dismissed. He was charged Aug. 30 in connection with an incident Aug. 18 in the town of Gillett.

? Brandy L. Vertz, 35, of Amberg, received a withheld sentence from Judge Judge on Dec. 19 for one count of theft and two counts of theft-party to a crime. She was granted 18 months probation on all three counts, to be served concurrently, on the conditions of serving 60 days jail (credit eight), payment of $450 fine/court costs and $50 restitution, maintaining absolute sobriety and undergoing treatment and counseling. One count of theft-party to a crime was read into the record and dismissed. The theft charge was filed Oct. 2 over an Aug. 29 incident in the village of Lena, the theft-party to a crime charges were filed Aug. 14 over incidents July 10, July 30 and Aug. 2 in the town of Abrams.

? Jessica Gauthier, 18, of Suring, received a withheld sentence from Judge Judge on Dec. 19 for attempted theft. She was granted six months Oconto County VIP on the conditions of performing 25 hours community service, paying $200 restitution, VIP fees and $253 court costs. She also ordered to complete her high school education. She is eligible to have the conviction expunged. The charge was filed Aug. 9 over a July 24 incident in the town of Morgan.

Sentencing after revocation

? Craig A. Fiedler, 18, of Lena, was sentenced Dec. 20 to 180 days jail for misdemeanor theft and possession of drug paraphernalia, to be served concurrently, with credit for 96 days. Fielder received a withheld sentence and one year probation for the charges on April 16, for incidents Feb. 2 and Jan. 26 in the city of Oconto Falls.

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