Felonies

Lucas D. Libner, 37, Rice Lake, was charged May 29 with manufacture or deliver amphetamine (3 grams or less) [May 17], manufacture or deliver amphetamine (10–50 grams), manufacture or deliver heroin (3 grams or less), possession of methamphetamine and possession of narcotic drugs [May 23] and a cash bond was set at $1,500.

Meghan M. Lindgren, 33, Rice Lake, was charged May 29 with possession of methamphetamine and misdemeanors resisting or obstructing an officer and two counts of possession of drug paraphernalia [May 25] and a signature bond was set at $2,500.

Jeremy A. Gackle, 33, Chetek, was charged May 31 with substantial battery-intend bodily harm, bail jumping and misdemeanor disorderly conduct [May 25] and a cash bond was $500 with conditions to have no contact with one subject and must not consume alcohol or go where alcohol is sold.

Donald J. Zupan, 51, Rice Lake, pleaded guilty May 28 to possession of methamphetamine [Jan. 3] and was sentenced to two years of probation-sentence withheld with conditions of costs of $518, and must undergo any recommended treatments.

Christopher S. Hergert, 38, Cameron, pleaded guilty March 11 to manufacture or deliver amphetamine (3 grams or less) [July 13, 2016] and was ordered May 30 to four years of probation-sentence withheld with conditions of 480 hours of community service, 60 days in jail, costs of $638, must remain employed, must remain sober and must undergo any recommended treatments. A charge of manufacture or deliver amphetamine (3 grams or less) [July 17 2018] was dismissed but read in on March 11.

Zachary W. Chambers, 30, Rice Lake, pleaded guilty April 9 to OWI (fifth or sixth) [June 29, 2018] and was ordered May 30 to three years of ignition interlock, two years of state prison-imposed and stayed, two years extended supervision-imposed and stayed, other sentence-imposed and stayed, three years of license revoked, three years of probation with conditions of 12 months in jail, costs of $518, must avoid alcohol and anywhere it is sold, must undergo any recommended treatments and alcohol assessment. Charges of operating with PAC (fifth or sixth), and misdemeanors operating while revoked and ignition interlock device tampering or failing to in stall [June 29, 2018] were dismissed but read in on April 9.

Zachary A. Schwanke, 19, Cumberland, pleaded guilty Feb. 1 to burglary-dwelling or boat with person present (as party to a crime) [Dec. 19, 2017] and was ordered May 30 to two years of state prison, three years of extended supervision with conditions of costs of $528, must have no contact with six subjects and their residences, have no contact with four codefendants and must undergo any recommended treatment. Schwanke pleaded guilty on Feb. 1 to burglary-dwelling or boat with person present [Dec. 19, 2017] and was sentenced to the same charges and conditions as above, to be served consecutively.

Christina M. Gilles, 39, Rice Lake, was charged June 3 with child abuse-recklessly cause harm and misdemeanor disorderly conduct [June 2] and a signature bond was set at $2,000 with conditions to have no contact with one subject.

Micahel T. Whaley, 53, Rice Lake, was charged June 3 with possession of methamphetamine [June 1] and a signature bond was set at $2,000.

John L. Davidson, 24, Barron, was charged June 3 with possession of methamphetamine June 1 and a signature bond was set at $2,500.

Misdemeanors

Dawn M. Radke, 42, Comstock, was charged May 28 with OWI (third), operating with PAC (third), operating while revoked and bail jumping-misdemeanor [Feb. 16] and a signature bond was set at $1,500 with conditions to not drive without a valid license, must not consume alcohol and must not go anywhere alcohol is sold.

Sadi S. Fischer, 29, Rice Lake, pleaded guilty May 31 to OWI (second) [May 6, 2018] and was ordered to 12 months’ revoked license, 10 days in local jail, costs of $1,429, 12 months’ ignition interlock and alcohol assessment. Charges of operating with restricted controlled substance (second) and possession of drug paraphernalia [May 6, 2018] were dismissed but read in on May 31.

Tina M. Jenson, 51, Rice Lake, pleaded guilty May 29 to possession of illegally obtained prescription and possession of THC [Sept. 12, 2018] and was sentenced to one year of probation-sentence withheld with conditions of costs of $998. A charge of felony possess with intent to deliver prescriptions [Sept. 10. 2018] was dismissed but read in.

Jeffrey W. Young Jr., 33, Barron, was charged June 3 with battery, disorderly conduct and resisting or obstructing an officer [May 25] and a summons was issued.

Criminal and Traffic Report

Benjamin S. Gauthier, 23, Weyerhaeuser, operating while suspended, vehicle operator failing to wear seat belt and operating a motor vehicle without insurance [April 30], $411.

Douglas V. Mlejnek, 48, Rice Lake, keep open intoxicants in motor vehicle-driver [April 23], $263.50.

Zachary R. Nelson, 30, Chetek, vehicle passenger failing to wear seat belt [April 28], $10.

Shawn D. Szalajka, 36, Chetek, vehicle operator failing to wear seat belt [April 30], $10.

Divorces

Mitchel A. Smith, 31, Cameron, vs. Tiffany F. Smith, 29, Eau Claire.

Theresa L. Hutzler, 37, Cameron, vs. Eric A. Hutzler, 39, Chetek.

Marriages

Patty Lytle, 50, and Kirk Kline, 64, both of the town of Stanley.

Michelle Schoer, 23, and Canyon Stokes, 38, both of Barron.

Yazmine Granados, 19, town of Stanfold, and James Kolb, 26, Barron.

Haileigh Samson, 23, and Joseph Hanson, 28, both of Cameron.

Piper Reising, 25, and Todd Evelsizer, 27, both of Bloomington, Ill.

Amanda Beecroft, 44, and David Willers, 51, both of Barron.

Terri Curtis, 59, and Joseph Flatten, 62, both of Chetek.

Anna Pelch, 18, and Ferdinand Pacheco, 25, both of Cameron.

Cecily Lindner, 22, and Caleb Weber, 22, both of Rice Lake.

Christy Talbot, 41, and Jordan Potvin, 29, both of Cumberland.

Lori Anderson, 36, and Billy Davis, 38, both of the town of Bear Lake.

Cheri Defoe, 44, town of Russell, Bayfield County, and William LaBlanc, 36, Almena.

Jacklyn Anderson, 26, and Nils Odgren, 28, both of Rice Lake.

Docketed Civil Judgments

Heights Finance, Rice Lake, vs. Cory D. Robinson and Antoinette Robinson, Chetek, $1,143.38.

Department of Children and Families, Madison, vs. Christina L. Lutz, Chetek, $2,495.92.

Department of Children and Families, Madison, vs. Amy S. Shackleton, Chetek, $2,648.87.

Department of Revenue vs. Paul D. Drew and Lisa Drew, Cameron, $10,884.55.

American Express National Bank, Milwaukee, vs. Leslie L. Tranby, Chetek, $10,788.41.

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