Convictions, sentencings and dismissals from Waupaca County felony cases:
• Judge Vicki Clussman placed Clayton A. Kluck, 22, Iola, on five years of probation and ordered him to serve 11 months in jail and pay $34,000 in restitution.
Kluck was convicted of homicide by intoxicated use of a vehicle and causing injury operating a vehicle while under the influence.
Charges of injury by intoxicated use of a vehicle were dismissed but read into the record for sentencing purposes.
Kluck was involved in a rollover crash on May 7, 2017, on County Trunk E north of Waupaca.
Kluck, who was 20 at the time, had a .05 blood-alcohol content at the time of the crash. Prescription pills were found at the scene.
Five people were injured in the crash, including Anthony Meverden, 21, Iola, who died from his injuries on June 6.
In addition to restitution, Kluck must pay $5,000 in court costs and fines.
He was also ordered to spend May 7 through May 14 in jail each year during his probation and maintain absolute sobriety.
• A jury found Ronald J. Cunningham, 48, Iola, not guilty of a ninth drunken driving offense.
Waupaca police arrested Cunningham on June 5 after being dispatched to a domestic disturbance. Witnesses said Cunningham drove to the residence and threatened to beat a man.
Cunningham remained in custody on a $3,500 cash bond for more than four months after his arrest.
• Judge Raymond Huber sentenced Alex J. Skokan, 19, Clintonville, to three years in state prison and three years of extended supervision.
Skokan was convicted of two counts of burglary, one count of taking a vehicle without consent, possession of drug paraphernalia and misdemeanor bail jumping.
Thirty-nine counts of burglary, theft, criminal damage to property, arson, bail jumping and drug-related offenses were dismissed but read into the record.
Huber also ordered Skokan to pay $20,386 in restitution, fines and court costs.
Skokan’s Waupaca County sentence will be served consecutively to a 16-month sentence from Outagamie County for battery to an officer.
• Clussman sentenced Jeremiah J. Ogurek, 39, Redgranite, to three years in prison and three years of extended supervision.
Ogurek was convicted of burglary.
At the time of his most recent arrest, Ogurek was on extended supervision for a seventh drunken driving conviction. His supervision was revoked and he was returned to prison.
• Clussman sentenced Jeffrey A. Scribner, 45, Iola, to four years in prison and seven years of extended supervision.
Scribner was convicted of delivery of heroin and three counts of felony bail jumping.
She also assessed him $3,437 in court costs and restitution.
• Judge Troy Nielsen imposed and stayed a nine-month jail sentence and placed Raymond J. Thyrion, 58, Waupaca, on three years of probation.
Conditions of probation include 30 days in jail and $986 in court costs.
Thyrion was convicted of disorderly conduct with a weapon as an act of domestic abuse and misdemeanor bail jumping.
A felony charge of intimidation of a victim was dismissed but read into the court record.
• Nielsen placed Steven M. Johnson, 35, Waupaca, on two years of probation and assessed him $528 in court costs.
Johnson was convicted as a repeat offender of taking a vehicle without consent.
• Huber placed Raudel Gonzalez-Reynozo, 42, Green Bay, on two years of probation and ordered him to pay $1,729 in court costs and attorney fees.
Gonzalez-Reynozo was convicted of felony stalking as an act of domestic abuse. A charge of disorderly conduct was dismissed and read into the record.
• Clussman imposed and stayed 18 months in prison and placed Kevin J. Ricketts, 42, Manawa, on three years of probation.
Ricketts was convicted of his fourth and fifth drunken driving offenses which occurred within a month of each other.
Ricketts was assessed a total of $6,932 in fines and court costs and his license was revoked for three years.
Rickets was in custody from June 19 to Oct. 30 on a $2,500 cash bond.
• Clussman placed Joshua K. Kubinski, 45, Waupaca, on three years of probation.
He was convicted of felony strangulation as an act of domestic abuse. Charges of battery and disorderly conduct were dismissed but read into the record.
Clussman also stayed 60 days in jail that may be used at the probation agent’s discretion.
If his probation is revoked, Kubinski has 166 days credit for the time he spent in jail on a $1,000 cash bond.
Kubinski has five prior convictions related to domestic abuse.
He has spent a total of 4 1/2 years on probation and 30 days in jail for these convictions.
• Clussman imposed and stayed a three-year prison sentence and placed Dustin L. Bohringer, 29, Waupaca, on five years of probation.
Bohringer was convicted of possession of methamphetamine.
If his probation is revoked, Bohringer will have 225 days credit for the time he spent in jail on a $3,000 cash bond.
Bohringer is currently serving nine months in Fond du Lac County jail for felony bail jumping.
• Nielsen sentenced Randal L. Hedtke, 64, Hortonville, to 30 days in jail, revoked his license for 12 months and assessed him $2,632 in fines and court costs.
Hedtke was convicted of two misdemeanor counts of causing injury while driving under the influence.
• Huber placed Keenan W. Morgan, 60, Waupaca, on three years of probation.
Morgan was convicted of possession of methamphetamine.
If his probation is revoked, Morgan will have 75 days credit for the time he spent in custody on a $5,000 cash bond.
Condtions of his probation include that he not possess or consume any illegal drugs, participate in any counseling deemed appropriate by his agent and pay $518 in court costs.
• Clussman placed Alejandro Deleon, 42, Berlin, on one year of probation and ordered him to pay $3,674 in restitution and court costs.
Deleon was convicted of misdemeanor battery. amended from the original charge of felony substantial battery.
• Huber placed Benjamin L. Weed, 29, Weyauwega, on two years of probation and ordered him to pay $4,988 in restitution and costs.
Weed was convicted of two counts of misdemeanor theft.
• Huber revoked the probation of Michael J. Lozier, 24, Ogdensburg, and sentenced him to 18 months in prison and 18 months of extended supervision.
Lozier had been on probation for convictions for one felony count and two misdemeanor counts of theft.