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Sentencings

4:42 PM, Jun. 18, 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 counts, denoted by an "(F)," can be punished with a prison term. Note that not every aspect of a defendant's sentence may be included is this report.

Felonies

? Apryll M. Matelski, 22, of Oconto, on June 7 received a withheld sentence from Judge Conley for possession with intent to deliver THC-less than 200g (F) and possession of drug paraphernalia, and granted two years probation, to be served concurrently. Conley also withheld a finding of guilt on a charge of maintaining a drug trafficking place (F), and approved a two year deferred prosecution agreement. Matelski was ordered to pay $486 court costs, undergo treatment and counseling as directed and maintain absolute sobriety. She is eligible to have the misdemeanor count expunged. She was charged Jan. 10 after authorities executed a search warrant at her residence in the 200 block of Smith Avenue on Jan. 8.

Felonies amended or dismissed

? Jeremy J. Mulzer, 28, of Lena, was sentenced June 7 by Judge Conley 30 days jail for possession of a controlled substance. The sentence was stayed and Mulzer was granted one year Oconto County VIP, on the conditions of serving 10 days jail, undergoing AODA and follow-up, maintaining absolute sobriety and payment of $243 court costs. A count of possession of narcotic drugs (F) was dismissed. The charges were filed Jan. 8 over an Aug. 10 incident in the town of Little River.

Misdemeanors

? Todd D. Willette, 38, of Hobart, was sentenced June 12 by Judge Conley to 90 days jail for one count of issuing a worthless check. Conley stayed the sentence and granted Willette one year Oconto County VIP, on the conditions of paying $379 restitution, $389 fine/court costs, VIP fees, and not to possess checking account materials. Four other counts were read into the record and dismissed. He was charged Jan. 7 for five checks written in late August for a total of about $254, four to a Gillett merchant and one to an Oconto Falls store.

? Jeremia J. George, 20, of Oconto, was sentenced June 11 by Judge Conley to 90 days jail for disorderly conduct. Conley stayed the sentence and granted George one year probation, on the conditions of undergoing domestic violence assessment and follow-up, not contact the victim, pay $479 fine/court costs and DOC fees, and serve 14 days jail. He is eligible to have the conviction expunged. A charge of battery was dismissed. He was charged Jan. 18 over a Dec. 16 incident in the city of Oconto.

? Cassandra L. Adams, 31, of Crivitz was sentenced June 7 by Judge Conley to six months in jail for obstructing an officer, operating a motor vehicle after revocation, possession of an illegally obtained prescription, and bail jumping, to be served concurrently. Conley stayed the sentence, and granted Adams two years probation, on the conditions of maintaining absolute sobriety, undergoing AODA and follow-up, payment of $1,711 fine/court costs and DOC fees. She was given credit for 62 days jail. The bail jumping charge was filed Sept. 28 over a Sept. 21 incident, while the other three charges were filed July 13 over a July 12 incident in the town of Lena.

? William W. Davis, 32, of Oconto, was sentenced to June 7 by Judge Conley to 30 days jail for possession of drug paraphernalia. Conley stayed the sentence and granted Davis one year probation, on the condition of maintaining absolute sobriety and payment of $243 court costs and DOC fees. He was charged March 28 over a March 3 incident in the city of Oconto.

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