A former Chetek resident now serving a prison sentence for an unrelated burglary conviction has been sentenced to an additional two years in connection with a 2018 Barron County felony conviction, circuit court records said.
Jameck T. Tolefree, 46, now an inmate at the state prison at Waupun, was sentenced during a virtual hearing March 7, 2023, in Barron.
Tolefree was imprisoned Feb. 17 after his probation was revoked in connection with a felony burglary conviction in Marathon County, court records said.
In the 2018 Barron County case, Tolefree pleaded guilty to a pair of misdemeanor offenses including sending an obscene email and making threats by computer as well as a felony bail jumping charge.
Court documents also said that Tolefree is a defendant in one other active Barron County case. He was a Chetek resident when he was charged with indecent exposure, intimidating a victim, and four misdemeanor counts in connection with an encounter with a then 17-year-old girl at a Rice Lake motel last September.
A jury trial is set for May 4 in connection with those charges.
Tolefree has a criminal record that includes misdemeanor and felony charges dating back to 2009 in Eau Claire, Dunn, Barron, Washburn, Columbia and Marathon counties, according to court documents.
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