agreement; notify the Taylor County district attorney and clerk of court offices of any address change within 10 days; comply with all of the terms of bond, which continues to remain in effect during the period of the agreement; and write a letter of apology, pre-approved by the victim witness coordinator, to the victim. Upon successful completion of the agreement, the state will move to dismiss the charge.
Sean W. Wilkinson, 43, Rib Lake, was found guilty but not guilty due to mental disease or defect by the court of first-degree recklessly endangering safety (repeater). The court ordered him committed for five years to the Department of Health Services. Counts of seconddegree sexual assault-use of force (repeater) and battery (repeater) were dismissed but read in.
Wilkinson was also found guilty but not guilty due to mental disease or defect by the court of second-degree recklessly endangering safety (repeater). The court ordered him committed for five years to the Department of Health Services, to run concurrent to his other commitment. A count of carrying a concealed knife (repeater) was dismissed but read in.
Separate charges of disorderly conduct (repeater), carrying a concealed knife (repeater), fourth-degree sexual assault (repeater), resisting or obstructing an officer (repeater); possession of drug paraphernalia (repeater); and possession of THC (repeater) against Wilkinson were dismissed but read in.
Danial J. Bott, 53, Bartlett, Ill., pled no contest to giving permission to operate an unregistered snowmobileas a party to a crime and forfeited $232.
Jason W. Schiltz, 44, Medford, pled no contest to an amended charge of disorderly conduct and forfeited $330.50. The original charge had been battery.
Ann M. Poster, 38, Medford, pled guilty to an amended charge of worthless checks-less than or equal to $2,500. The original charge had been worthless checks greater than $2,500. Sentence was withheld and Poster was placed on probation for one year on the condition she pay costs and restitution of $10,007.70 and supervision fees as ordered by the DOC; submit to a DNA sample; write a letter of apology, approved by probation, to the victim within 30 days of plea and sentencing; and undergo any other counseling as deemed appropriate by probation.