Felonies

Michelle M. Blaser, 45, Cumberland, was charged Sept. 4 with theft-movable property-special facts [Aug. 1] and a signature bond was set at $2,500 with conditions to have no contact with Woodstone Living Center and to have no contact with one subject.

Shonda M. Russell, 40, Rice Lake, was charged Sept. 9 with extradition-arrest without warrant [Sept. 9] and was extradited.

Jason J. Hunziker, 33, Chetek, had two counts of bail jumping-felony and one count of misdemeanor disorderly conduct [July 11] dismissed but read in on Aug. 29. Hunziker had two counts of bail jumping-felony [June 23], two counts of bail jumping felony [June 26], misdemeanors battery and two counts of criminal damage to property [June 26] dismissed but read in on Aug. 29. Hunziker had felony charges of possession of methamphetamine, bail jumping-felony and misdemeanor possession of drug paraphernalia [Nov. 13, 2018] dismissed but read in on Aug. 29.

Bishop Bloom, 20, Chetek, was ordered Sept. 5 to deferred prosecution or sentence with 20 or more hours of community service for possession with intent-THC (200–1,000 grams) and two counts of misdemeanor possession of drug paraphernalia [Feb. 12].

Robert F. Blomquist, 54, Rice Lake, pleaded guilty Sept. 6 to possession of methamphetamine [Feb. 11] and was ordered to one year of probation-sentence withheld with conditions of costs of $518, must have no contact with one subject, must submit to drug testing and must undergo any recommended treatments and alcohol assessment. Charges possession of narcotic drugs and misdemeanors possession of THC and possession of drug paraphernalia [Feb. 11] were dismissed but read in.

Lisa M. Clemmens, 56, Chetek, was ordered to three months of deferred prosecution or sentence for possession of methamphetamine and misdemeanor possession of drug paraphernalia [Sept. 1, 2018] with conditions of 20 hours of community service.

Joseph R. Link, 34, New Richmond, pleaded guilty Aug. 29 to attempt of second-degree assault of child and child enticement-sexual contact [Aug. 12, 2018] with conditions of 15 years of probation-sentence withheld with conditions of one year in jail, costs of $1,036, must have no unsupervised contact with minor children, have only limited access to internet as allowed by a supervising agent, must register as a sex offender for life and must undergo any recommended treatments. Felony charges of use a computer to facilitate a child sex crime, four counts of attempt to expose a child to harmful material [May 7, 2018] and child enticement [Aug. 12, 2018] were dismissed but read in.

Charmain K. Wiggers, 52, Comstock, had probation for possession of methamphetamine and misdemeanor possession of drug paraphernalia [July 11, 2018] revoked on Sept. 4 and was ordered to three years of probation-sentence withheld with conditions of 120 hours of community service, 24 hours in jail, must not possess any controlled substances except when using those prescribed to him, costs of $619, must remain absolutely sober and undergo any recommended treatments.

Misdemeanors

Richard J. Hollander, 57, Cameron, was charged Sept. 5 with disorderly conduct (domestic abuse) [Sept. 4] and a signature bond was set at $1,000 with conditions to avoid alcohol and anywhere it is sold and must have no contact with one person except for one time to collect personal belongings with law enforcement.

Cody C. Applebee, 33, Cameron, was charged Sept. 9 with disorderly conduct (domestic abuse) [Sept. 8] and an arrest warrant for Barron and adjacent counties was issued.

Taylor E. McGowan, 30, Cameron, was ordered to deferred prosecution or sentence for battery and disorderly conduct [April 26] with 40 hours of community service.

Lance C. L’Heureux, 37, Barron, pleaded guilty Sept. 6 to bail jumping-misdemeanor [May 23] and was ordered to one year of probation-sentence withheld with conditions of costs of $443, must remain absolutely sober and must undergo any recommended treatments. Two counts of bail jumping-felony [May 29] were dismissed but read in on Sept. 6. L’Heureux pleaded guilty Sept. 6 to misdemeanor issue of worthless checks ($2,500 or less) [May 30] and was issued to one concurrent year of probation-sentence withheld with conditions of costs and restitution of $633.17 and must undergo any recommended treatments. L’Heureux had a charge of knowingly violate a domestic abuse order-injunction [June 18] dismissed but read in. L’Heureux pleaded guilty Sept. 6 to misdemeanor issue of worthless checks [April 23] and was ordered to one concurrent year of probation-sentence withheld with the same conditions as above with costs and restitution of $534.70. Two counts of bail jumping-felony [April 23] were dismissed but read in. L’Heureux pleaded guilty Sept. 6 to an amended charge of forfeiture disorderly conduct [April 17] and was ordered to pay $267.50. A charge of bail jumping-felony [April 17] dismissed on Sept. 6. L’Heureux pleaded guilty Sept. 6 to disorderly conduct [March 11] and was ordered to pay costs of $443. A charge of bail jumping-felony [March 11] was dismissed but read in. L’Heureux pleaded guilty Sept. 6 to an amended charge of forfeiture disorderly conduct [Feb. 18] and was ordered to pay $267.50. A charge of felony possession of drug paraphernalia to manufacture methamphetamine-presence of child less than 14 years old [Feb. 18] was dismissed but read in.

Tami J. Schoenecker, 53, Cameron, 53, pleaded no contest to an amended charge of forfeiture retail theft [March 14] and was ordered to pay $267.50.

Mary M. Kittelson, 52, Chetek, pleaded guilty Aug. 12 to possession of drug paraphernalia [Dec. 27, 2018] and was ordered to one year of probation-sentence withheld with conditions of costs of $443, must undergo any recommended treatments and alcohol assessment. A charge of manufacture or deliver amphetamine (3 grams or less) (second or subsequent offense) [Dec. 27, 2018] was dismissed but read in.

Criminal and Traffic Report

Robert A. Blood, 38, Cameron, operating a motor vehicle without insurance [July 31], $200.50.

Matthew J. Daniels, 20, Siren, operating a motor vehicle without insurance, operating while suspended, failure to keep vehicle under control and OWI (first) [March 7], $1,425.60, license revoked six months and alcohol assessment.

James F. Donnerbauer, 70, Ridgeland, operate with restricted controlled substance, OWI (first) and operate without valid license (first) [July 9, 2018], $1,012, license revoked seven months and alcohol assessment.

Scott A. Rataj, 46, Cameron, display unauthorized vehicle registration plate [May 10], $238.30.

Cassandra M. Thomson, 39, Cameron, operating while suspended and operating a motor vehicle without insurance [Aug. 5], $210.50.

Jack P. Worden, 33, Weyerhaeuser, operating a motor vehicle without insurance and vehicle operator failing to wear seat belt [April 30], $210.50.

Marriages

Kathleen Nash, 29, and Joshua Gasvoda, 30, both of Chicago Ill.

Toni Prill, 20, and Hunter Mueller, 24, both of Barron.

Belinda Groveau, 30, and Thomas Pawlowski, 30, both of Chetek.

Leeanna Castro, 28, and Joseph Roberts, 27, both of Dallas.

Vanessa Koehler, 22, and Kaden Groskreutz, 21, both of Chetek.

Alexa Pacholke, 24, and Michael Slotevig, 29, both of Rice Lake.

Docketed Civil Judgments

Department of Revenue vs Norman C. Norgaard, Cameron, $4,248.79.

Michael Wooldridge, Cameron, vs. Lisa Polzin, $1,374.80.

Department of Revenue vs. Jeff Birkenmeier, Cameron, $6,968.51.

Department of Children and Families, Madison, vs. Kayla E. Slayton, Cameron, $5,405.65.

Synchrony Bank, Draper, Utah, vs. Jason Rego, New Auburn, $3,266.42.

Heights Finance, Rice Lake, vs. Cassandra L. Dahlberg, Dallas, $3,749.38.

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