Felonies

Emmanuel Torres, 18, Cumberland, was charged Nov. 5 with second-degree reckless injury, aggravated battery-intend bodily harm and two counts of bail jumping-felony [Oct. 31] and a cash bond was set at $2,000 with conditions to have no contact with minor females outside of immediate family must have no contact with three subjects.

Antonio Trinidad III, 33, Chetek, was charged Oct. 30 with child abuse-high probability of great harm and strangulation and suffocation [Oct. 22] and a signature bond was set at $5,000 with conditions to have no contact with three subjects.

David W. Eggert, 40, Cumberland, was charged Oct. 30 with possession of a firearm-convicted of a felony [Sept. 18] and a signature bond was set at $2,500 with conditions to avoid alcohol.

Nikki L. Schnacky, 33, Cameron, was charged Nov. 4 with vehicle operator fleeing or eluding an officer and misdemeanors operating while revoked and two counts of bail jumping-misdemeanor [Nov. 3] and a cash bond was set at $250 with conditions to not drive without a valid driver’s license.

Richard G. Hauck, 33, Cumberland, was charged Nov. 4 with possession of methamphetamine [Nov. 3] and a signature bond was set at $2,500.

Lance C. L’Heureux, 37, Barron, was charged Nov. 4 with possession of methamphetamine and misdemeanors possession of drug paraphernalia and disorderly conduct (domestic abuse) [Nov. 2] and a signature bond was set at $2,500 with conditions to have no abusive contact with one subject.

Steve P. Dollarhyde Jr., 42, Bloomer, was charged Nov. 5 with vehicle operator fleeing or eluding an officer, OWI (fourth) and misdemeanor resisting or obstructing an officer and operating while revoked [Nov. 3] and a cash bond was set at $750 with conditions to avoid alcohol and to not drive without a valid license.

Craig D. Anderson, 50, Rice Lake, pled guilty Oct. 31 to an amended charge of forfeiture harassment and was ordered to pay $267.50.

Matthew E. Petersen, 38, New Auburn, had a charge of bail jumping-felony [June 23] dismissed but read in on Nov. 1. Petersen pled guilty to two amended counts of misdemeanor battery and one count of battery (domestic abuse) [June 16] and was ordered to two years of probation with conditions of costs of $1,329, must remain absolutely sober and must undergo any recommended treatments. A charge of disorderly conduct (domestic abuse) [June 6] was dismissed but read in.

Jacob L. Pecha, 55, Almena, pled guilty Aug. 16 to bail jumping-felony [Jan. 29] and was ordered Oct. 25 to pay costs of $518. Pecha pled guilty Oct. 25 to OWI (fifth or sixth) [Jan. 1] and was ordered to three years in state prison-sentence imposed and stayed, three years of extended supervision-imposed and stayed, license revoked for life, and three years of probation-sentence withheld with conditions of one year in jail, costs of $1,769, must avoid alcohol and anywhere it is sold, must undergo any recommended treatments and alcohol assessment. A charge of operating with PAC (third) [Jan. 28] was dimissed but read in.

Lance R. Hovland, 30, Rice Lake, pled guilty Aug. 16 to vehicle operator fleeing or eluding an officer [Jan. 26] and was ordered Oct. 29 to 18 months of probation-sentence withheld with conditions of 60 days in jail, costs of $518, must undergo any recommended treatments, alcohol assessment, must avoid alcohol and anywhere it is sold and only use controlled substances in the manner prescribed to him by a doctor. Charges of operating while revoked, possession of THC, possession of drug paraphernalia and resisting or obstructing an officer [Jan. 26] were dismissed but read in.

Nicholas A. Apfel, 38, Cameron, had probation for possession of methamphetamine [April 10] revoked on Oct. 28 and was ordered to 180 days in local jail and costs of $418.

Misdemeanors

Ryan D. Schuebel, 27, Cameron, was charged Oct. 30 with operating while intoxicated (third), operating with prohibited alcohol content (third), possession of THC and possession of drug paraphernalia [Aug. 23] and a signature bond was set at $1,500 with conditions to not drive without a valid driver’s license and must avoid alcohol and anywhere it is sold.

Melissa L. Glaser, 41, Chetek, was charged Oct. 30 with four counts of bail jumping-misdemeanor [Oct. 27] and a signature bond was set at $2,500 with conditions to submit daily breathalizer tests at the Chetek Police Department, must avoid alcohol and anywhere it is sold, excluding for work purposes.

Jonpaul A. Cook, 40, Chetek, was charged Nov. 5 with operating while revoked and bail jumping-misdemeanor [Sept. 25].

Tyler J. Crotteau, 37, Cameron, pled guilty Nov. 1 to possess deer during closed season (as party to a crime) [April 13] and was ordered to 10 days in local jail, costs of $2,468 and 80 hours of community service. Charges of illegal hunting deer/carcass and discharge firearm within 100 yards of a building [April 14] were dismissed but read in.

Marcella J. Hill, 18, Chetek, pled guilty to an amended charge of forfeiture obstructing an officer [April 22] and was ordered to pay $267.50.

Criminal and Traffic Report

Raymond A. Ingberg, 41, Chetek, operate without carrying license [Feb. 9], $217.10.

Randy L. Mireau, 60, Rice Lake, OWI (third) [Dec. 8, 2018], $3,391, local jail, license revoked 30 months, ignition interlock and alcohol assessment.

Erik M. Fogal, 25, Rice Lake, refuse to take test for intoxication after arrest [Oct. 13], $50, license revoked 12 months and ignition interlock.

Roger D. Nelson, 76, Cameron, operating a motor vehicle without proof of insurance [Sept. 27], $10.

Levi M. Poirier, 29, Cameron, operating a motor vehicle without proof of insurance [Sept. 18], $10.

Zachary B. Strickland, 19, Cameron, speeding (20–24 mph) [Sept. 24], $276.10.

Emma I. Swan, 17, Cameron, speeding (16–19 mph) [Sept. 22], $250.90.

Divorces

Amy L. Drew, 37, Rice Lake, vs. Mitchel C. Drew, 36, Rice Lake.

Marriages

Alpha Cutsforth, 83, town of Oak Grove, and Selmer Berg, 77, Rice Lake.

Misty Davis, 35, and Jess Stokes, 37, both of Barron.

Brittany Vaughn, 28, and Michael Hause, 33, both of Rice Lake.

Leah Getzloff, 22, And Ellsworth Hahn, 19, both of Rice Lake.

Docketed Civil Judgments

Midland Funding, LLC, Plymouth, Minn., vs. Michael Waterhouse, Chetek, $889.93.

Barron County Clerk of Circuit Court vs. Nathon L. Tietz, Cameron, $200.50.

Barron County Clerk of Circuit Court vs. Heather M. Montano, Chetek, $200.50.

Barron County Clerk of Circuit Court vs. Thomas J. Patrow, Cameron, $210.50.

Barron County Clerk of Circuit Court vs. Brenden R. Osgood, Chetek, $200.50.

Barron County Clerk of Circuit Court vs. Michael J. Christianson, Hillsdale, $2,450.50.

Barron County Clerk of Circuit Court vs. Drewdell C. Mitchell, Dallas, $966.90.

Barron County Clerk of Circuit Court vs. Brandon M. Schultz, Chetek, $210.50.

Barron County Clerk of Circuit Court vs. Edwin J. Dayton, Cameron, $516.

Barron County Clerk of Circuit Court vs. Jacob B. Samson, Hillsdale, $514.40.

Barron County Clerk of Circuit Court vs. Antonio Trinidad III, Chetek, $267.50.

Barron County Clerk of Circuit Court vs. Christy L. Razim, Chetek, $200.50.

Barron County Clerk of Circuit Court vs. Crystal L. Stoner, Cameron, $10.

Barron County Clerk of Circuit Court vs. Vanessa J. Ketteman, Chetek, $200.50.

Barron County Clerk of Circuit Court vs. Tommy L. Robinson, Chetek, $200.50.

Keith D. Hanson, Chetek, vs. Dustin Johnson, Chetek, $2,294.50.

Barron County Clerk of Circuit Court vs. Nicholas A. Apfel, Cameron, $418.

Michael D. Poirier, Bloomer, vs. Laura Meyer and Vincent Van Gilder, Cameron, $3,674.50.

Consumer Portfolio Services Inc., Irvine, Calif., vs. Jason R. Porter, Chetek, $10,271.50.

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