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Criminal Complaints, October 22

6:32 PM, Oct. 21, 2013  |  Comments
Illustration of Teenage driver (16-17) being led away in handcuffs. Thinkstock photo
Illustration of Teenage driver (16-17) being led away in handcuffs. Thinkstock photo
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Criminal Complaints is a new regular feature of Sheboygan Press Media. Listings include all criminal complaints where the defendants are due for court appearances.

? Qunicy L. Darby, 33, of Milwaukee, is charged with possession of THC. According to the criminal complaint, a police officer noticed Darby wasn't wearing his seatbelt while driving on 8th Street and made a traffic stop at the intersection of New Jersey Avenue.

After searching Darby's name throught the Department of Transportation the officer discovered he had been previously arrested for possession with intent to deliver cocaine and THC. The officer searched the vehicle and found three bags of marijuana and a large stack of $20 bills worth between $400 to $500.

Darby said he smoked marijuana and didn't sell it anymore. He said he had multiple bags because he wanted enough for his trip and didn't trust buying marijuana from people in Sheboygan.

If convicted Darby faces up to 1 1/2 years in prison.

? Dustin S. Lecher, 24, of Plymouth, is charged with burglary, misdemeanor theft, criminal damage to property and obstructing an officer. According to the criminal complaint, Lecher is accused of breaking into Quality Cut Meats in the Village of Cascade with a blue crowbar.

Lecher is accused of stealing a rack of ribs and a touch-screen computer. If convicted, Lecher faces up to 7 1/2 years in prison for burglary, 9 months in jail for theft, 9 months for criminal damage to property and 9 months for obstructing an officer.

? Eric L. Ciha, 43, of Manitowoc, is charged with obstructing an officer. According to the criminal complaint, during a traffic stop Ciha told an officer his name was Alton Ciha. He did not have identification on him. When Ciha's profile did not show the officer searched the records of the vehicle registration and determined Alton was not Ciha's real first name.

The officer also discovered several active warrants for Ciha. He later admitted to giving the officer a false name and said he didn't want to be arrested in front of his small child.

If convicted, Ciha faces up to nine months in jail.

? Timothy S. Jeske, 33, of Sheboygan, is charged with criminal damage to property. According to the criminal complaint, Jeske is accused of tearing metal pipes from the urinals at Lakeshore Lanes. One witness said water poured out and sprayed all over the bathroom. Lakeshore Lanes estimated the damage to be between $500 to $700.

The arresting officer found Jeske hiding behind a bush. The report states Jeske smelled like alcohol and his eyes were bloodshot.

If convicted, Jeske faces up to nine months in jail.

? Justin J. Lutzow, 24, of Sheboygan, is charged with possession of narcotics. According to the criminal complaint, an officer responded to an emergency on North 11th Street in Sheboygan. Lutzow's girlfriend told police he overdosed on heroin and was unresponsive.

Lutzow didn't regain consciousness until paramedics arrived and appeared "out of it." He denied using heroin. The officer found heroin and paraphenalia at the residence.

If convicted, Lutzow faces up to 1 1/2 years in prison.

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