Criminal sentencing in Outagamie County
Recent convictions, sentencings and dismissals from Outagamie County felony cases involving local defendants or communities.
• Judge Nancy Krueger sentenced Dustin G. Deimer, 20, Greenville, to three years in prison and four years’ extended supervision.
Deimer was convicted of 10 counts of felony child pornography possession. Per a plea agreement, 15 additional counts were dismissed but read into the record.
Deimer’s conditions of extended supervision include no contact with minors, no use of internet or connected devices, and he must undergo sex offender counseling.
Deimer was charged with 25 counts of felony possession of child pornography. Each charge carried a maximum sentence of 25 years.
He was assessed $6,213 in fines and court costs.
On Nov. 13, 2017, law enforcement executed a search warrant at Deimer’s residence following an undercover internet operation. Deimer admitted to downloading child porn and receiving explicit images from underage girls. Authorities found 25 videos on his cellphone depicting prepubescent girls engaged in sex acts.
• Judge John Des Jardins sentenced Jacob J. Tovrea, 42, Hortonville, to one year in prison and three years’ extended supervision.
Tovrea was convicted of his sixth OWI.
One count of misdemeanor failure to install an ignition interlock device was dismissed on a prosecutor’s motion. Des Jardins dismissed but read into the record one count of misdemeanor resisting or obstructing an officer.
Tovrea was assessed $1,744 in fines and court costs.
On Sept. 22, 2018, Tovrea was arrested for operating a motorcycle with a .16 blood alcohol concentration in the town of Grand Chute. Due to a restriction, he was prohibited from have a BAC higher than .02.
Tovrea had five drunken driving convictions between 1994 and 2016.
• Judge Carrie Schneider placed Kristin M. Lambie, 34, Hortonville, on three years of probation. Her conditions of probation include attending a drug victim impact panel, maintaining absolute sobriety and undergoing any counseling deemed appropriate. She was assessed $1,054 in fines and court costs between two court cases.
Lambie was convicted of two counts of felony narcotic drug possession and felony bail jumping in separate criminal cases. One count of felony possession of methamphetamine was dismissed but read into the record.
On May 21, 2018, Lambie was charged with possession of narcotic drugs.
Lambie had been arrested for OWI during a welfare check in Grand Chute on Jan. 3, 2018. Police found drug paraphernalia including cotton balls soaked with heroin inside her vehicle.
On June 26, 2018, Lambie was charged with possession of narcotic drugs, possession of methamphetamine and bail jumping.
Hortonville Police Officer Bryan Hauser and Sgt. Brian Bahr arrested Lambie on June 25, 2018, after they determined she was driving recklessly through Hortonville while under the influence of drugs. They found in her car syringes, drug paraphernalia, four prescription pill bottles and drug residue. Lambie admitted to police she had injected a mix of drugs including heroin and possibly methamphetamine earlier that afternoon.
• Krueger placed Timothy J. Murphy, 23, New London, on two years of probation and two years under a deferred prosecution agreement.
Murphy’s conditions include he must maintain absolute sobriety and complete the Domestic Violence Intervention Program and an Alcohol and Other Drug Abuse assessment. He was assessed $543 in fines and court costs.
Murphy was convicted of misdemeanor disorderly conduct.
Krueger dismissed but read into the record one count of misdemeanor making contact after a domestic abuse arrest.
Murphy was also given a two-year deferred prosecution agreement for one count of felony false imprisonment. The charge will be dismissed if he follows his conditions and does not commit crimes.
On June 10, 2018, at a graduation party in Little Chute, Murphy dragged his fiancee by the wrists into the bathroom, locked her inside and refused to let her leave.
Murphy was considered a repeat domestic abuser because he had been convicted of two counts of battery in 2014 in Outagamie County.
• Schneider placed Jacob L. Gleasner, 18, Hortonville, on 1 1/2 years of probation.
Gleasner’s probation conditions include he must maintain absolute sobriety and undergo any necessary counseling. He was assessed $2,312 in fines and court costs and must pay $1,962 in restitution.
Gleasner was convicted of felony taking and driving a vehicle without consent. Schneider dismissed misdemeanor charges of property damage and disorderly conduct.
On May 28, 2018, Gleasner and 19-year-old Seth Burr of Hortonville allegedly attempted to steal a car while intoxicated at a residence on County Highway M in the town of Hortonia. They damaged the car and were caught by the homeowner.
Burr told Outagamie County Sheriff’s Sgt. Shawn Oligney they tried taking the car on the way to his house because he did not want to give Gleasner a ride home the next morning.
Burr faces the same charges as Gleasner. His court case is ongoing.
• Des Jardins placed Lucas M. Morien, 28, New London on one year of probation and a one-year deferred prosecution agreement.
Morien was assessed $443 in fines and court costs.
Morien was convicted of felony cocaine delivery near a park and misdemeanor cocaine possession.
Under the deferred prosecution agreement, his cocaine delivery charge will be dismissed if he completes an Alcohol and Other Drugs Assessment, maintains absolute sobriety and does not commit crimes.
His charge was amended from two felony counts of cocaine delivery.
On March 16, 2017, Morien sold 3.66 grams of cocaine to a confidential informant at his residence on East Washington Street, which was within 1,000 feet of Memorial Park.
• Judge Gregory Gill Jr. placed Jelyssa J. Roberts, 21, Hortonville, on one year of probation.
Roberts’s conditions include she must maintain full-time employment, obtain a GED or equivalent and perform 20 hours of community service. She was assessed $443 in fines and court costs.
Roberts was convicted of one count of misdemeanor taking and operating an abandoned vehicle.
Her charge was amended from two felony counts of taking and operating a vehicle.
On Aug. 8, 2017, Roberts asked a Grand Chute resident to borrow her keys to retrieve something from her truck. She then drove away and did not return the vehicle for at least two days.
• Krueger sentenced Kyle R. Shufelt, 39, Shiocton, formerly Greenville, to three years in prison and three years’ extended supervision.
Shufelt, a repeat offender, was convicted of possession of amphetamine with intent to distribute.
He was also convicted of possession of narcotic drugs, resisting or obstructing an officer, possession of THC and possession of drug paraphernalia. He received jail sentences ranging from one month to one year for those charges that will be served concurrently.
He was assessed $863 in fines and court costs.
On Jan. 3, 2018, investigators seized about 16 grams of crystal methamphetamine, four 2-milligram Clonzepam pills, 22 30-milligram morphine sulfate pills and 1.3 grams of marijuana from Shufelt’s Greenville residence.
• Des Jardins ordered Preston E. Neely, 20, Deer Creek, to pay $443 in fines and court costs and serve 110 days in jail.
Neely was convicted of misdemeanor possession of THC.
His charge was amended from felony possession of THC with intent to distribute.
On July 10, 2017, Appleton police arrested Andrew Lindemann on a warrant during a traffic stop. While Neely was being booked in jail, he turned over 15 bags of marijuana each weighing 0.5 grams to 1 gram.