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Wood County Circuit Court records for Thursday

6:08 PM, Mar. 14, 2013  |  Comments
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Felony drunken driving

? Chris A. Rucinski, 44, Wisconsin Rapids, sixth offense; one year in jail with work release and credit for 56 days, three years probation, 36-month license revocation, $4,493, maintain absolute sobriety, no possession of alcohol or drugs, stay out of businesses that sell alcohol, maintain employment and undergo alcohol assessment, ignition interlock and victim impact panel.

Circuit Court

? Dwayne A. Fields, 24, Wisconsin Rapids; disorderly conduct; $500.

? Gloria J. Staerkel, 55, Wisconsin Rapids; misdemeanor bail jumping, two counts disorderly conduct and disorderly conduct as a repeat offender; 80 days in jail with work release and credit for 65 days; two additional counts misdemeanor bail jumping dismissed and read into record.

? Justin L. Bush, 37, Wisconsin Rapids; misdemeanor battery; 10 days in jail with work release and $253; disorderly conduct dismissed.

? Kenneth G. Holt, 20, Wisconsin Rapids; two counts burglary of a building or dwelling; four months in jail with work release, three years probation, and $576 plus $2,507.70; two additional counts burglary of a building or dwelling dismissed and read into record.

? Fawn A. Hicks-Kopelke, 26, Wisconsin Rapids; misdemeanor battery as a domestic abuse incident; 12 months probation, $416 and any counseling deemed necessary; 30-day jail sentence stayed.

? Michelle M. Jacques, 19, Wisconsin Rapids; theft; $937; charge reduced from identity theft.

? Gregory A. Kopelke, 26, Wisconsin Rapids; misdemeanor battery as a domestic abuse incident and a repeat offender; 12 months probation, $416 and any counseling deemed necessary; disorderly conduct as a domestic abuse incident and a repeat offender dismissed; 60-day jail sentence stayed.

? Kyle M. Richardson, 18, Wisconsin Rapids; receiving stolen property and criminal trespass; two years probation, $506 plus $21,000 restitution, 100 hours community service, letter of apology to victim and any counseling deemed necessary; reduced from one charge of being party to a crime of burglary to a building or dwelling; 60-day and 120-day jail sentences stayed.

? Charles L. King, 37, Reedsburg; two counts disorderly conduct; $1,262; charge reduced from criminal damage to property; misdemeanor battery dismissed and read into record.

? Kyle D. Howen, 22, Marshfield; disorderly conduct; misdemeanor theft and two counts being party to a crime of misdemeanor theft; $1,768 plus $175.07 restitution; disorderly conduct charge reduced from charges of being a party to a crime of substantial battery and one count misdemeanor bail jumping; another count misdemeanor bail jumping dismissed.

? Matthew D. Mack, 24, Marshfield; marijuana possession; $694; drug paraphernalia possession charge dismissed.

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