Waupaca County criminal sentencing July 19
Recent convictions, dismissals and sentencing from felony cases in curcuit court.
• Judge Philip Kirk sentenced Cole G. LaViolette, 22, Clintonville, to three years in prison and five years of extended supervision. He also ordered LaViolette to register as a sex offender.
In October 2013, LaViolette entered into a deferred prosecution agreement on a charge of sexual assault of a child. That same day, he was placed on two years of probation after being convicted of theft and bail jumping.
If LaViolette successfully completed his two years of probation, the sexual assault charge would be dismissed. He would also not be required to register as a sex offender. LaViolette was 17 years old at the time of the incident. The victim was 13.
On Nov. 11, 2014, LaViolette was convicted of felony theft, placed on three years of probation and ordered to pay $8,173 in restitution and court costs.
On July 9, 2015, LaViolette was charged with battery and disorderly conduct. He was taken into custody that day and has remained in county jail on a probation hold ever since. This case remains open.
On Oct. 8, 2015, LaViolette was charged with two counts of soliciting homicide. Another inmate accused LaViolette of offering him $10,000 to kill his mother and girlfriend. This case remains open.
On March 25, 2016, Kirk revoked LaViolette’s deferred prosecution agreement, then sentenced him to prison on June 28.
• Kirk sentenced Dylan S. Nyman, 24, Waupaca to three years in prison and three years of extended supervision.
Nyman was convicted of possession of narcotics and bail jumping for an Oct. 28, 2015 incident. He was also convicted of burglary for a Nov. 27, 2015 incident.
Kirk granted Nyman 207 days credit on his sentence because he has been in custody on a $5,000 cash bond since his arrest on Dec. 7, 2015.
• Judge Raymond Huber sentenced Jason P. Rohde, 29, Waupaca, to 18 months in prison and six months of extended supervision.
Rohde had been on two years of probation after being convicted of possession of drug paraphernalia on Feb. 8. Court records indicate he violated the terms of his probation.
Huber granted Rohde 74 days credit for his time in custody on a $5,000 cash bond.
• Huber sentenced Jennifer M. Bostone, 27, Waupaca to 18 months in prison and and 18 months of extended supervision.
Bostone was placed on two years of probation after she was convicted of possession of narcotics on Jan. 6, 2016.
Huber revoked her probation after receiving a letter from her probation agent.
• Kirk sentenced Dominic M. Schuelke, 18, Ogdensburg, to one year in jail.
In January, Schuelke was convicted of three counts of auto theft and placed on two years of probation. Kirk also ordered Schuelke to spend 54 days in jail and pay $6,533 in restitution and court costs.
On March 17, Schuelke was charged with auto theft, misdemeanor theft, burglary and felony escape. Schuelke was convicted of felony escape and the other three charges were dismissed but read into the court record for sentencing purposes. After his most recent conviction, Kirk revoked Schuelke’s probation on the prior convictions.
• Judge Vicki Clussman sentenced Colt J. Flynn, 22, Waupaca, to one year in jail after revoking his probation.
Flynn had been placed on three years of probation in June 2015 after he was convicted of possession of narcotics.
On June 17, 2016, Huber imposed and stayed three years in prison, then placed Flynn on three more years of probation after he was convicted of felony delivery of heroin and a second offense of possession of narcotics.
• Clussman placed Terry W. Walker, 62, New London, on two years of probation.
Walker was convicted of misdemeanor battery. Charges of felony intimidation of a victim and disorderly conduct were dismissed and read into the record.
• Clussman placed Destinee M. Lyons, 41, West Allis, on three years of probation, imposed six months in jail, then stayed five months.
Lyons was convicted of failure to report to jail.
• Huber sentenced Racheal Clumpner, 28, Waupaca, to one year in jail after revoking her probation.
Clumpner was convicted of possession of narcotics and drug trafficking in June 2015.