Waupaca County sentencing
Joe B. Haehnlein, 22, Iola, will spend 60 days in jail and four years on probation as a result of one felony and nine misdemeanor convictions.
Haehnlein appeared before Judge John Hoffmann and entered pleas of no contest to felony bail jumping, illegal possession of prescription drugs, two counts of disorderly conduct, two counts of obstructing an officer, battery and four counts of misdemeanor bail jumping.
Among the 20 charges in seven separate criminal cases that were dismissed but read into the court record were child abuse, violating a domestic abuse order, stalking, criminal trespass, victim intimidation and more than a dozen counts of bail jumping.
Hoffmann also ordered Haehnlein to pay $542 in restitution, maintain full-time employment and obtain a high school equivalency degree. The judge also granted him work-release privileges.
Judge Philip Kirk dismissed all charges in a criminal case filed against Shawn A. Kreibich, 42, Waupaca.
On June 21, Kreibich was charged with second-degree reckless endangerment, substantial battery, injury by negligent use of a weapon and disorderly conduct stemming from a domestic violence complaint on June 20. He was scheduled for a preliminary hearing on Aug. 27 but the alleged victim failed to appear in court.
On Aug. 30, Kreibich was arrested and charged with battery, strangulation and disorderly conduct. A week later, he was charged with felony bail jumping.
Kirk placed Chad A. Breitzke, 38, Iola, on two years of probation after Breitzke pleaded no contest to misdemeanor theft. He had originally been charged with felony identity theft.
Judge Raymond Huber placed Daniel J. Kemp, 28, New London, on one year of probation after Kemp pleaded no contest to one count of misdemeanor theft. A felony charge of burglary and another theft charge were dismissed and read into the record.
Ashley M. Wohlrabe, 24, Fremont, was convicted of two counts of criminal damage to property and one count of theft.
Five counts of burglary and four counts of theft were dismissed and read into the court record.
Hoffmann placed Wohlrabe on two years of probation and ordered her to pay $3,345 in restitution jointly with Jessica Schumacher, who was convicted earlier of one count of theft related to the same incident.