Felonies

Natasha J. Schick, 32, Rice Lake, was charged Aug. 9 with retail theft-intentionally take ($500–$5,000) [May 19] and a court summons was issued.

James R. Taylor, 35, Rice Lake, was charged Aug. 12 with possession of methamphetamine and four counts of bail jumping-misdemeanor [Aug. 9] and a signature bond was set at $2,500.

Paul E. Oftedahl, 43, Rice Lake, was charged Aug. 12 with possession of methamphetamine and misdemeanors possession of THC and possession of drug paraphernalia [Aug. 9] and a signature bond was set at $1,500.

Christina M. Gilles, 40, Rice Lake, had charges of child abuse-recklessly cause harm and misdemeanor disorderly conduct [June 2] ordered to three months of deferred prosecution or sentence on Aug. 9.

Melissa R. Davis, 34, Rice Lake, was ordered Aug. 9 to six months of deferred prosecution or sentence for possession of methamphetamine [May 5].

Garrett W. Garvin, 35, Cumberland, pleaded guilty June 4 to throw or discharge bodily fluid at public safety worker or prosecutor [Feb. 23] and was ordered Aug. 7 to 1.5 years in state prison, two years of extended supervision with conditions of costs of $, must avoid alcohol and anywhere it is sold and must undergo any recommended treatments. Charges of misdemeanor resisting or obstructing an officer and four counts of bail jumping-misdemeanor [Feb. 23] were dismissed but read in. Garvin pleaded guilty June 4 to bail jumping-misdemeanor [May 1] and was ordered to 316 days in local jail and to pay costs of $443. Charges of bail jumping-felony and three counts of bail jumping-misdemeanor [May 1] were dismissed but read in. Garvin pleaded guilty June 4 to misdemeanors resisting or obstructing an officer and bail jumping-misdemeanor [Feb. 18] and was ordered Aug. 8 to a concurrent sentence of 318 days in local jail, and costs of $886. Four counts of bail jumping-misdemeanor [Feb. 18] were dismissed but read in.

Misdemeanors

Jordan T. Stephens, 21, Dallas, was charged Aug. 13 with OWI (second) and possession of THC [June 30] and a court summons was issued.

Christine J. Doolin, 36, Rice Lake, pleaded guilty to an amended charge of theft-movable property ($2,500 or less) [July 2, 2018] and was ordered to two years of probation-sentence withheld with conditions of 80 hours of community service, 10 days in jail, costs and restitution of $801.93, must have no contact with two subjects or their residence without their consent and approval from a probation agent, must undergo any recommended treatments and alcohol assessment.

Criminal and Traffic Report

Kevin George, 51, Cameron, vehicle operator failing to wear seat belt [June 27], $10.

Thomas J. Patrow, 37, Cameron, vehicle operator failing to wear seat belt and operating a motor vehicle without insurance [June 27], $210.50.

Daniel W. Stanford, 63, New Auburn, vehicle operator failing to wear seat belt [June 27], $10.

Brant J. Waite, 44, Cameron, vehicle operator failing to wear seat belt [June 27], $10.

Divorces

Justin Nyhagen, 30, Cumberland, vs. Anna Nyhagen, 33, Cumberland.

Samantha E. Vandenbrink, 27, vs. Thyman K. Vandenbrink, 28, Almena.

Marriages

Julie Peterson, 48, and Larry Schreiner, 58, both of Rice Lake.

Jocelyn Buckley, 23, Rice Lake, and Matthew Juneau, 23, Blaine, Minn.

Ashley Bearhart, 28, and Nelson Flettre, 46, both of McDonald, Penn.

Ashley Hoff, 24, Prairie Farm, and Tyler Hawk, 22, Birdsboro, Penn.

Megan Pichelman, 22, and Jordan Dachel, 24, both of Turtle Lake.

Cynthia Bessel, 28, and Matthew Dobosz, 23, both of Rice Lake.

Marisa Peterson, 25, and Adam Doboszenski, 25, both of St. Louis Park, Minn.

Melody Barger, 26, Tucson, Ariz., and Jordan Hoff, 22, Prairie Farm.

Amber Drost, 21, Haugen, and Craig Derousseau, 22, Rice Lake.

Ada Miller, 20, town of Prairie Lake, and Edward Schrock, 20, town of Sioux Creek.

Ashley Grinnell, 21, and Dylan Huppert, 23, both of the town of Stanley

Jayna Wenger, 20, Cumberland, and Patrick Warkentin, 25, Dalhart, Tex.

Joan Faye Jones, 82, Almena, and William Koser, 81, Barron.

Ashley Hovde, 20, and Hunter Holmes, 20, both of Rice Lake.

Docketed Civil Judgments

Barron County Clerk of Circuit Court vs. Richard E. Lund, Chetek, $263.50.

Barron County Clerk of Circuit Court vs. Andrew C. Loofboro, Sand Creek, $389.50.

Barron County Clerk of Circuit Court vs. Shawn A. Kunkel, Cameron, $267.50.

Barron County Clerk of Circuit Court vs. Cody L. Stone, Cameron, $1,527.10

Barron County Clerk of Circuit Court vs. Austin J. Kuhrt, Dallas, $2,715.

Discover Bank, Milwaukee, vs. Emily M. Antczak, Cameron, $5,750.83.

Barron County Clerk of Circuit Court vs. Loren C. Purintun, Cameron, $10.

Barron County Clerk of Circuit Court vs. Mason O. Glaser, Chetek, $389.50.

Barron County Clerk of Circuit Court vs. Keith R. Bisset, Chetek, $361.

Department of Workforce Development vs. Nicholas V. Busch, Chetek, $750.

A-1 Excavating Inc., Bloomer, vs. Superior Silica Sands LLC, Fort Worth, Texas, $712,157.37.

Barron County Clerk of Circuit Court vs. Codie M. Dwyer, Cameron, $938.10.

Portfolio Recovery Associates LLC, Norfolk, Va., vs. Stephen Cook, Hillsdale, $1,595.23.

Portfolio Recovery Associates LLC, Norfolk, Va., vs. Roger Mosier, Chetek, $2,901.49.

Portfolio Recovery Associates LLC, Norfolk, Va., vs. Torri Gundrum, Chetek, $4,824.85.

Discover Bank, New Albany, Ohio, vs. Christina M. Heddinger, Cameron, $8,496.45.

Department of Children and Families, Madison, vs. Brandon M. Schultz, Chetek, $460.14.

Heights Finance, Rice Lake, vs. Nadia M. Medina, Cameron, $3,507.04.

Heights Finance, Rice Lake, vs. Joan M. Severson and Robert F. Severson, Cameron, $3,391.78.

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