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Thursday's Wood County Circuit Court records

12:56 PM, Feb. 28, 2013  |  Comments
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Divorces

Wood County

? John S. Schmutzer and Betsy J. Schmutzer, both of Wisconsin Rapids, Feb. 27; woman granted name of Case.

? Melvin L. Deranick, Wisconsin Rapids, and Jewel C. Pritchard, Fond du Lac, Feb. 25.

? Michael W. Garcia and Crystal M. Garcia, both of Wisconsin Rapids, Feb. 22; woman granted name of Weige.

? Wayne A. Bartlett and Carol A. Bartlett, both of Wisconsin Rapids, Feb. 22.

Felony drunken driving

Wood County

? Justin T. Gaupp, 26, Nekoosa; fifth-offense drunken driving; six months in jail with work release and credit for two days; 24-month driver's license revocation, $1,477, alcohol assessment, ignition interlock and victim impact panel.

Circuit Court

Wood County

? Charles H. Mundt Jr., 42, Marshfield; fourth-degree sexual assault; 160 days in jail with credit for 120 days already served and $273; charge reduced from third-degree sexual assault as a repeat offender.

? Thomas E. Rogers, 70, Wisconsin Rapids; violating a restraining order and misdemeanor bail jumping; 12 months probation, $569, any counseling deemed necessary and no contact with victim.

? Kurtis J. Cwiklo, 18, Marshfield; probation revocation; five months in jail with work release and credit for 48 days and $2,284 plus $461 restitution; probation was for being a party to the crimes of three counts theft and three counts entry into a locked building.

? James P. Wegner, 28, Marshfield; delivery of marijuana as a subsequent offender; six months in jail with work release, three years probation, $268 plus $200 restitution and any counseling deemed necessary.

? Maria G. Ruacho Martinez, 23, Marshfield; disorderly conduct; $442; charge reduced from battery.

? Nicholas W. Wahlquist, 35, Brook Park, Minn.; two counts negligent handling of a weapon; two years probation, $486 and $807.48 extradition, any counseling deemed necessary, no contact with victim; 45-day and 90-day jail sentences stayed.

? Candace J. Dakota, 19, Nekoosa; misdemeanor battery and disorderly conduct; 12 months probation, $758, any counseling deemed necessary and letter of apology; record erased, if conditions met; 90-day and 45-day jail sentences stayed; charges reduced from child abuse.

? Travis S. Barritt, 23, Vesper; driving with a revoked license; $505.

? Mary L. Graef, 53, Wisconsin Rapids; disorderly conduct; $442; resisting an officer dismissed and read into the record.

? Shawn C. Graham, 27, Marshfield; burglary; eight months in jail with work release and $540; felony bail jumping dismissed and read into the record.

? Jonathon L. Wrycha, 31, Wausau; marijuana possession; five days in jail with work release and $914.50; charge reduced from marijuana possession as a subsequent offender; drug paraphernalia possession dismissed and read into the record.

? Samantha D. Silas, 36, Wisconsin Rapids; marijuana possession; five days in jail with work release and $694; charge reduced from marijuana possession as a subsequent offender; drug paraphernalia possession dismissed and read into the record.

? Irene M. Matrick, 41, Adams; retail theft; $515; obstructing an officer dismissed and read into the record.

? Russell D. Dick, 49, Wisconsin Rapids; three counts driving with a revoked license; 10 days in jail with work release and $1,117.

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