Waupaca County criminal sentencing
Recent sentencing, convictions and dismissals from Waupaca County Circuit Court.
• Judge Raymond Huber sentenced Terry J. Searvogel, 34, Waupaca, to three years in prison and three years of extended supervision.
Searvogel was convicted of felony delivery of methamphetamine.
• Huber placed Benjamin T. Osier, 32, Fond du Lac, on five years of probation.
Osier was convicted of felon in possession of a firearm.
As conditions of his probation, Osier may not possess a firearm or illegal drugs.
• Judge Troy Nielsen sentenced Stephanie A. Dillman, 34, Waupaca, to two years in prison and two years of extended supervision.
Dillman was convicted of a sixth drinking and driving offense, possession of cocaine with intent to deliver and possession of marijuana with intent to deliver.
Nielsen revoked her license for 36 months and ordered her to pay $2,897 in fines and court costs.
• Judge Vicki Clussman placed Keith A. Eades, 39, Shawano, on 36 months of probation for a fourth OWI and for having a juvenile passenger at the time of his arrest.
Conditions of his probation include 120 days in jail, revocation of his license for 36 months and $2,619 in fines and court costs.
• Clussman placed Mackenzie L. Helmuth, 26, Stevens Point, on three years of probation and revoked her driver’s license for six months.
As conditions of her probation, Helmuth must maintain absolute sobriety, obtain employment and pay $4,907 in court costs and restitution.
• Clussman placed Cammeron M. Collins, 32, Waupaca, on five years of probation.
Collins was convicted of felony child neglect, possession of meth, possession of marijuana, two counts of felony bail jumping, felony strangulation, misdemeanor battery and disorderly conduct.
As conditions of his probation, Collins must maintain absolute sobriety, not possess illegal drugs or drug paraphernalia and pay $6,055 in fines, court costs and restitution.
• Huber placed Zarek O. Hoffman, 21, Wautoma, on three years of probation for possession of amphetamine with intent to deliver.
As conditions of his probation, Hoffman must participate in the Drug Treatment Court program, not possess any illegal substances, not operate a vehicle on a highway without a valid driver’s license and pay $748 in court costs.
Hoffman received credit for the 259 days he spent in custody on a $2,000 cash bond if his probation is revoked.
• Nielsen sentenced Collin D. Schueler, 19, Marion, to 20 months in prison and 11 years of extended supervision.
Schueler was convicted of second-degree sexual assault of a child.
He must register as a sex offender, have no unsupervised contact with any child under age 16 and pay $518 in court costs.
Schueler’s sentence included 270 days credit for the time he spent in custody on a $50,000 cash bond.
• Clussman imposed and stayed 60 days in jail, then placed Michael Ray Deal, 30, Green Bay, on three years of probation for possession of meth.
In Brown County, Deal was sentenced to one year in prison and two years of extended supervision for possession of meth and possession of narcotics.
• Nielsen imposed and stayed 60 days in jail and placed Robin J. Zarling, 57, Oshkosh, on six months probation for possession of meth.
• Nielsen placed Michael L. Pribnow, 43, Waupaca, on three years of probation and sentenced him to 60 days in jail release privileges.
Pribnow was convicted of a fourth drinking and driving offense and misdemeanor battery as an act of domestic abuse.
Dismissed but read into the court record were charges of felony intimidation of a victim with a weapon, false imprisonment and fourth-degree sexual assault.
Nielsen assessed Pribnow $2,908 in fines and court costs.
• Clussman imposed and stayed 30 months in prison, then placed Forrest B. Field II, 31, Shawano, on three years of probation.
Field was convicted of possession of meth, possession of narcotics and felony bail jumping.
Clussman assessed Field $1,554 in court costs and gave him 191 days credit if his probation is revoked.
• Nielsen placed Nicholas J. Graff, 27, Waupaca, on three years of probation.
Graff was convicted of possession of meth and operating a vehicle with a controlled substance.
As conditions of his probation, Graff will spend 10 days in jail, pay $1,989 in fines and court costs and his license was revoked for one year.