The following defendants were sentenced recently in Oconto County Circuit Court. Felony counts punishable with a prison term are denoted with an "(F)."
Felonies amended to misdemeanors
? Melissa M. Radtke, 22, of Oconto, was sentenced April 22 by Judge Conley to nine months in jail for theft-false representation, less than $2,500, and misdemeanor theft. Conley stayed the sentences, and granted her two years probation, to be served concurrently and concurrent with her sentence in a Michigan case. The probation was granted on the condition of 150 days in jail (50 credit), payment of $406 court costs, undergoing AODA and follow-up, and maintaining absolute sobriety. The first charge was amended from two counts of uttering a forgery-party to a crime, filed Sept. 5 over a cashing of two checks stolen in the city of Oconto on Aug. 9. The second charge was filed Oct. 29 over an incident Aug. 27 in the city of Oconto.
? Tony M. Tomcheck, 34, of Oconto, was sentenced April 25 by Judge Conley to 30 days in jail (credit one) for disorderly conduct. He was ordered to maintain absolute sobriety and pay $343 court costs. He was charged Feb. 5 over an incident Jan. 25 in the city of Oconto.
? Angel M. Cloud, 17, of Crivitz, was sentenced April 25 by Judge Conley to 30 days in jail (credit 23) for obstructing an officer. She was also ordered to pay $243 court costs. A charge of theft-party to a crime was dismissed. She was charged April 4 over an incident the day before in the city of Oconto.
? Laura L. Dey, 33, of Oconto Falls, was sentenced April 24 by Judge Judge to 10 days jail (credit three) for retail theft-party to a crime, and assessed her $578 fine/court costs for a second charge of retail theft. She was also assessed $253 court costs for the first count. The charged were filed March 8 and Jan. 18, respectively, over incidents Feb. 14 and Dec. 23, respectively, in the city of Oconto Falls.
? Loriekay Benak, 52, of Shawano, on April 19 received withheld sentence from Judge Judge, who granted Benak six months Oconto County VIP for disorderly conduct. She was also ordered to perform 20 hours of community service and pay $243 court costs and VIP fees. She was originally charged Nov. 14 with knowingly violating a domestic abuse temporary restraining order in connection with an incident Nov. 1 in the town of Lena, but the charge was amended.