? Dustin M. Lindholm, 17, of Oconto Falls, was sentenced Oct. 7 by Judge Conley to a determinate sentence of six years, with three years prison and three years extended supervision, for theft-special facts (F). Conley stayed the sentence and granted Lindholm three years probation, on the conditions of providing a DNA sample, paying approximately $4,375 restitution and surcharge, $278 court costs, maintaining absolute sobriety, obtaining an HSED or GED, undergoing assessment, evaluation and treatment as directed by DOC. He is also to serve nine months jail (credit 32 days), but can complete inpatient alcohol/drug treatment lieu of jail. In addition to the charge above - involving the theft of a rifle during a break-in - Lindholm was charged May 31 with four counts of burglary (F), theft and criminal damage to property, from a variety of homes and businesses in the towns of Chase and Morgan, including the Morgan Town Hall, throughout the month. He was also charged June 19 with three additional counts of burglary for break-ins in the same area. On one count, Conley approved a three-year deferred prosecution agreement, while the other two counts were read into the record and dismissed.
Felonies amended or dismissed
? Nash W. Fiske, 24, of Oconto, was sentenced Oct. 2 by Judge Conley to four months jail, consecutive to prison sentence in a separate case, for possession of drug paraphernalia-repeater. A charge of possession with intent to deliver THC, less than 200 grams-repeater (F), was read in an dismissed. He was charged Jan. 23 after executing a search warrant in the city of Oconto and found marijuana and other items.
? Paul E. Stamper, 44, of Marathon, was sentenced Oct. 9 by Judge Judge to pay $1,413 restitution and surcharge, $515 fine/court costs and attorney fees for issuing a worthless check. The charge was filed May 21 over a $1,319 check written March 28 to Chrysler World in the town of Abrams.
? Jason R. Huiting, 27, of Oconto Falls, was sentenced Oct. 9 by Judge Judge to pay $694 fine/court costs and attorney fees for possession of THC. His driver's license was also suspended for six months. The charge was filed June 21 over an incident April 24 in the town of Abrams.
? Austin R. L. Johnson, 18, of Freedom, was sentenced Oct. 7 by Judge Conley to 90 days jail for theft. Conley stayed the sentence and ordered him to pay $63 restitution and surcharge, $253 court costs and serve 58 days jail (58 days credit). He is eligible to have the conviction expunged. He was charged Aug. 12 over a gas theft in the town of Mountain on Aug. 7.
? Jeffrey R. Behm, 55, of Antigo, on Oct. 4 received a withheld sentence on the charge of hit-and-run of an attended vehicle from Judge Judge, who granted Behm one year probation on the conditions of serving 30 days jail, with good time and work release, and payment of $631 fine/court costs and DOC fees. Six points were deducted from his license, which was suspended for six months. He was charged June 4 over a May 6 incident in the town of Mountain.
? Zachary T. Volm, 19, of Green Bay, was sentenced Oct. 2 by Judge Conley to pay $704 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 July 2 over an incident May 18 in the town of Lena.
? Richard H. Woodliff, 51, of Oconto, was sentenced to 90 days jail, (credit two days) for disorderly conduct, and to 90 days jail (credit 58 days), to be served consecutively with good time and work release, for disorderly conduct and bail jumping, respectively. He was assessed $500 court costs. The first charge was filed July 26 over an incident the day before in the city of Oconto, while the latter was filed Aug. 8.
Sentencing after revocation
? Barry B. O'Connor, 37, of Green Bay, was sentenced Oct. 2 by Judge Judge to 180 days jail (credit 69) for theft. He was originally sentenced Feb. 25 to a withheld sentence and given one year probation. The charge had been amended from two counts of uttering a forgery, for two checks written in the city of Oconto on May 30 and 31.
? Proceedings against Antone J. Fry, 41, of Suring on five counts of illegal shining of deer or bear-party to a crime and five counts of failure to attach ear tag to deer carcass-party to a crime, were suspended Oct. 2 by Judge Conley. Following a hearing, Conley found Fry was incompetent to stand trial and not likely to be competent. The charges were filed July 9 over incidents in late November and early December 2010.