Waupaca County criminal sentencing Oct. 20
Recent convictions, dismissals and sentencing in felony cases in Waupaca County Circuit Court.
• Judge Raymond Huber sentenced Treaver L. Dobberstein, 26, Weyauwega, to 15 years in state prison and 10 years of extended supervision.
A jury found Dobberstein guilty of two counts of sexual assault of a child. The female victims were ages 9 and 12 at the time of their assault.
Huber ordered that Dobberstein serve his 15-year sentence concurrently with the two-year sentence he is serving after his probation on a December 2013 sexual assault conviction was revoked.
• Judge Vicki Clussman sentenced Jheryl M. Pickens, 25, Fox Lake Correctional, to six years in state prison and five years of extended supervision.
Pickens was convicted of third-degree sexual assault and misdemeanor battery. Charges of repeated sexual assault of the same child, two counts of felony strangulation and one count of felony child abuse were dismissed but read into the court record for sentencing purposes.
Clussman also ordered that Pickens’ Waupaca County sentence be served consecutively to a two-year sentence he is currently serving after Outagamie County revoked his probation in November 2014 on a felony strangulation conviction.
• Judge Philip Kirk sentenced Mark A. Boogren, 46, Shawano, to three years in state prison and five years of extended supervison.
Boogren was convicted of a seventh drunken driving offense and felony bail jumping.
Kirk also revoked Boogren’s driver’s license for 36 months and assessed him $3,839 in fines and court costs.
• Kirk sentenced Phillip J. Rath, 54, Dodge Correctional Institution, to two years in state prison.
Rath was convicted of a sex-offender registry violation in January 2014 and placed on two years of probation.
In April 2014, he removed his monitoring bracelet and authorities were unable to locate him for more than a year.
Kirk revoked Rath’s probation on the 2014 conviction and sentenced him to two years in prison. On the new 2015 conviction, Kirk also sentenced Rath to one year in jail to be served concurrently with the prison term.
In November 1993, Rath was convicted in Calumet County of first-degree sexual assault of a child and placed on eight years of probation.
• Clussman placed Matthew A. Lins, 27, Waupaca on two years of probation with five days in jail.
Lins pleaded guilty to two counts of burglary and three counts of misdemeanor theft. He entered into a deferred prosecution agreement on the two felony burglary charges, which will be dismissed if he successfully completes probation.
Clussman also ordered Lins to pay $2,178 in restitution and court costs and have no contact with Bob’s Bait and Tackle Shop, Scoopers, Klem’s Barber Shop and TK Bar and Grill.
• Huber placed Thomas L. Bandroth, 23, Fremont, on one year of probation with the condition that he have no contact with a 19-year-old woman.
Abendroth was convicted of sex with a child age 16 or older. Charges of felony child abuse and third-degree sexual assault were dismissed but read into the record. The offense that led to Abendroth’s conviction occurred in 2013.
• Huber imposed and stayed a six-month jail sentence, then placed Amy M. Samp, 35, New London, on one year of probation.
Samp was convicted of child neglect. A felony child abuse charge was dismissed but read into the record.
As conditions of Samp’s probation, Huber prohibited her from using corporal punishment on any children in her home and prohibted her from interfering with her children when they want to contact their father.
• Kirk placed Amanda P. Pantalons, 31, New London on two years of probation.
Pantalons was convicted of a third drunken driving offense and two counts of obstructing an officer.
As conditions of her probation, Kirk imposed 110 days in jail, then stayed 85 days of the sentence under the Safe Streets Treatment Options Program. He also revoked her license for 30 months, assessed her $3,684 in fines and court costs and ordered her to write a letter of apology to Deputy Bryan Strobusch.
• Kirk sentenced Robert L. Depaoli, 45, Iola, to two consecutive six-month terms in county jail.
Depaoli was convicted of possession of narcotics and operating with a controlled substance.
• Clussman imposed and stayed a nine-month jail sentence, then placed Justin L. Nachtrab, 28, Omro, on two years of probation.
Nachtrab was convicted of illegal entry and theft.
• Huber placed Jestin E. Gay, 37, Waupaca, on three years of probation.
Gay was convicted of second-degree reckless endangerment. Charges of criminal damage to property and operating a firearm while intoxicated were dismissed but read into the record.
As conditions of Gay’s probation, Huber sentenced Gay to 45 days in jail, then stayed 40 days of the sentence, which can be used at the discretion of his Department of Corrections agent.
The judge also ordered Gay to pay $3,810 in restitution and court costs, not consume any alcohol, take all medications prescribed by his physician and not possess any weapons.
• Huber sentenced Matthew A. Locadio Alquinzon, 31, Dodge Correctional, to six months in jail.
Locadio Alquinzon was convicted of substantial battery.
Huber ordered that Locadio Alquinzon’s jail sentence be served concurrently with the one year he is currently serving in state prison after his extended supervision was revoked for a 2011 conviction of substantial battery.
• Clussman sentenced Trenton A. Swortz, 19, Stevens Point, to two years of probation with 30 days in jail.
Swortz was convicted of felony delivery of marijuana, felony escape and two misdemeanor counts of resisting an officer.
Two counts of battery to an officer and one count of drug trafficking were dismissed but read into the record.
Clussman also ordered that Swort pay $1,417 in court costs and restitution.
• Clussman sentenced Franklin C. Smith, 30, Kettle Moraine Correctional, to 18 months in prison and two years of extended supervision.
Smith was convicted of one count of burglary. Two counts of burglary, two counts of theft and two counts of criminal damage to property were dismissed but read into the record.
Clussman also ordered Smith to pay $4,873 in restitution and court costs. She said his 18-month sentence will be served concurrently to the three-year sentence he is currently serving after his probation on three counts of burglary was revoked in November 2014.
• Huber sentenced Elizabeth M. Hidalgo, 32, Hortonville, to six months in jail, revoked her license for 36 months and assessed her $2,812 in fines and court costs.
Hidalgo was convicted of a fourth drunken driving offense and operating after revocation.
• Kirk imposed then stayed one year in prison, and placed Beau Anthony Racette, 24, Dodge Correctional, on two years of probation.
Racette was convicted of two counts of theft. Two counts of burglary, as well as charges of felon in possession of a firearm, pointing a firearm at another person, taking a vehicle without the owner’s permission and operating after revocation were dismissed but read into the record.
In 2009, Racette was sentenced in Marinette County to four years in state prison and two years of extended supervision. His extended supervision was revoked in September 2015.
• Huber placed Toni R. Wanty, 26, Iola, on one year of probation with five days in jail.
Wanty was convicted of possession of marijuana and operating with a controlled substance.
Huber also revoked Wanty’s driver’s license for 12 months and assessed him $1,664 in fines and court costs.
• Huber sentenced Alvlin Bentancur Jr., 49, Waupaca, to one year in jail and assessed him $7,050 in restitution and court costs.
Bentancur was convicted of misdemeanor battery and four counts of misdemeanor bail jumping. Five counts of misdemeanor bail jumping, felony intimidation of a victim and disorderly conduct were dismissed but read into the record.
• Clussman sentenced Richardo J. Gonzalez, 51, Manitowoc, to 90 days in jail.
Gonzales was convicted of misdemeanor theft, amended from a felony charge of forgery uttering.
• Huber placed Derrick Pagel, 25, Waupaca, on three years of probation and ordered him to serve two consecutive six-month jail sentences plus 30 days, perform 50 hours of community service, pay $2,424 in court costs and participate in any counseling recommended by his agent.
Pagel was convicted of two felony charges of delivery of heroin, illegal possession of prescription drugs and possession of drug paraphernalia.
• Kirk placed Tabatha S. Mailo-Podewils, 34, Waupaca, on two years of probation and ordered her to perform 25 hours of community service and participate in any counseling recommended by her agent.
She was convicted of possession of narcotics.
• Kirk placed Kayla N. Smith, 22, Iola, on three years of probation and ordered her to participate in any counseling recommended by her agent.
She was convicted of possession of of narcotics. A charge of child neglect was dismissed but read into the record.
• Clussman placed Clayton S. Vomberg, 23, Iola, on three years of probation and ordered him to participate in any counseling recommended by his agent.
Bomberg was convicted of two counts of possession of narcotics.
• Clussman sentenced Cynthia L. Carr, 51, Waupaca, to six months in jail, revoked her license for 24 months and assessed her $4,093 in fines and court costs.
• Kirk sentenced Jordan T.D. Schneider, 21, Waupaca, to 10 days in jail and assessed him $516 in fines and court costs.
Schneider was convicted of disorderly conduct. A felony charge of child abuse was dismissed but read into the record.
Schneider is currently serving 120 days in jail in Waushara County after his probation was revoked on mairjuana-related charges.
• Kirk sentenced Herbert D. Wolff, 58, New London, to 10 months in jail, revoked his license for 36 months and assessed him $4,093 in fines and court costs.
Wolff was convicted of a fifth drunken driving offense.