Waupaca County criminal sentencing June 4
Convictions, dismissals of criminal cases in Waupaca County Circuit Court
• Judge Raymond Huber sentenced Treavor A. Beck, 19, New London, to two years in state prison and two years of extended supervision. Huber also ordered Beck to register as a sex offender.
Beck was convicted of two counts of felony child abuse and two counts of fourth-degree sexual assault, which were amended from first-degree sexual assault of a child as part of a plea deal.
He was accused of making a 14-year-old girl pregnant.
• Huber imposed and stayed a seven-year prison sentence, then placed Bart S. Babino, 40, Kettle Moraine Correctional Institution, on five years of probation.
Babino was convicted in Waupaca County of first-degree sexual assault of a child. Two counts of repeated sexual assault of a child and one count of second-degree sexual assault of a child were dismissed but read into the record for sentencing purposes.
Babino is currently serving a five-year prison sentence from Outagamie County, where he was convicted of repeated first-degree sexual assault of a child and operating a firearm while intoxicated. Both cases involved the same child who was 10 years old when the four-year period of sexual assaults began.
• Judge Vicki Clussman dismissed three of four counts against Jason P. Rohde, 29, Waupaca, on a motion by the prosecutor.
Rohde was charged with felony possession of narcotics as a repeat offender and three counts of possession of drug paraphernalia after a traffic stop in Weyauwega that resulted in three drug-related arrests. One misdemeanor count of possession of drug paraphernalia remains pending against Rohde.
• Huber placed Thomas C. Bolding, 52, Clintonville, on four years of probation, sentenced him to six months and stayed three months of the sentence. He also assessed Boldig $761 in court costs.
Boldig was convicted of felony delivery of marijuana and misdemeanor possession of marijuana. A felony drug trafficking charge was dismissed but read into the record for sentencing purposes.
• Huber placed Alex J. Anderson, 29, Waupaca. on two years of probation and sentenced him to 90 days in jail.
Anderson was convicted of two counts of obstructing an officer and one count of misdemeanor bail jumping. A felony charge of delivery of heroin was dismissed but read into the record. Anderson also entered into a deferred prosecution agreement on a charge of possession of heroin with intent to deliver.
Anderson was accused of selling heroin to a co-worker at the Waupaca Foundry.
• Clussmann placed Brandon D. Bellile, 17, Waupaca, on two years of probation and assessed him $686 in court costs and supervisory fees.
Bellile was convicted of disorderly conduct and possession of a weapon by a minor. A felony charge of possession of a firearm on school grounds was dismissed but read into the record.
Clussman said Bellile’s record would be expunged if he successfully completes probation.
• Judge Philip Kirk placed Andrew L. Schucknecht, 23, Manawa, on three years of probation, sentenced him to nine months in jail, then stayed three months of the sentence.
Schucknecht appeared in court for sentencing in five different criminal cases.
He was convicted of burglary from an Oct. 14, 2014 incident, with charges of child neglect, a second burglary, theft and felony bail jumping dismissed but read into the record. He was convicted of forgery uttering from a June 24, 2014 incident, with a second forgery charge dismissed but read into the record. Further charges of burglary, theft and bail jumping were dismissed and read into the record from incidents in early June 2014.
• Kirk placed Amber M. Heggie, 23, Ashland, on 18 months of probation and ordered her to pay $929 in fines and court costs.
Heggie was convicted of misdemeanor charges of sending threatening computer messages, disorderly conduct and bail jumping. Felony charges of stalking and child abuse were dismissed but read into the record.
• Huber sentenced Benjamin Avilez, 39, Waupaca, to two consecutive one-year sentences in county jail.
Avilez was convicted of two felony counts of child abuse. Charges of child sexual exploitation, child enticement and exposing genitals to a child were dismissed but read into the record.
• Huber placed Karyn M. Gabrielson, 25, Waupaca, on four years of probation, sentenced her to six months in jail, then stayed four months of the sentence.
Gabrielson was convicted of one count of burglary and one count of felony theft. One count of burglary and three counts of misdemeanor theft were dismissed but read into the record.
• Huber placed Sean D. Gabrielson, 29, Weyauwega, on four years of probation, sentenced him to six months in jail, then stayed five months of the sentence.
Gabrielson was convicted of burglary and theft, with burglary and theft charges dismissed and read into the record.
• Kirk placed Ryan S. Lubinski, 30, Waupaca, on two years of probation and sentenced him to 30 days in jail.
Lubinski was convicted of theft and bail jumping. Three more counts of theft were dismissed but read into the record.
• Clussman placed April R. Hardegen, 24, New London, on two years of probation and assessed her $696 in court costs and supervisory fees.
Hardegen was convicted of two misdemeanor counts of theft, one of which was amended from felony forgery. Two more counts of forgery were dismissed but read into the record.