The following entered pleas of not guilty: Justine J. Fredrickson, 21, Chippewa Falls, possession of drug paraphernalia; Lucas F. Higgins, 28, Medford, possession of THC-second or greater offense and possession of drug paraphernalia; Nicholas J. Judnic a.k.a. Nicholas James Judnic, 28, Rib Lake, burglary of a building or dwelling (as a party to a crime) and theft of movable property less than or equal to $2,500 (as a party to a crime); Dana M. Camarato, 55, Medford, disorderly conduct; Jason W. Schiltz a.k.a. Jason William Schiltz, 44, Medford, battery; Terry W. Searl, 52, Athens, failure to include financial information in home improvement contract and failure to list dates/times on home improvement contract; Stefanie K. Matthias a.k.a. Stephanie K. Matthias, 35, Medford, possession of THC, possession of drug paraphernalia and contributing to the delinquency of a child; Rebecca L. Sells, 57, Gilman, battery (domestic abuse-infliction of physical pain or injury); Alexander D. Matyka, 27, Rib Lake, failure to obtain deer hunting required approval; Daniele M. Schimmels a.k.a. Daniele Michele Schimmels, 33, Stetsonville, disorderly conduct; Dylan J. Reierson, 20, Medford, disorderly conduct (domestic abuse-infliction of physical pain or injury).
Greg N. Berger, 18, Loyal, pled no contest to a charge of speeding 11-15 mph over the limit and entered into a deferred prosecution agreement for a period of six months. Upon successful completion of the first offenders program, the court will dismiss the case.
James Monroe Anderson II, 44, Athens, pled no contest to ignition interlock device tampering-failure to install in violation of a court order. He was sentenced to serve five days in jail; pay a forfeiture of $642; and must submit to a DNA sample. A count of operating while revoked was dismissed but read in for sentencing purposes.
Austin A. Haynes, 18, Phillips, pled no contest to an amended charge of disorderly conduct. The original charge had been battery. Haynes was ordered to pay a forfeiture of $443; submit to a DNA sample; and write a letter of apology to the victim and submit it to the district attorney’s office within 10 days. Upon completion of the sentence, Haynes is eligible for expungement of the charge.
Jerry L. O’Grady, 50, Phillips, pled no contest to an amended charge of possession of marijuana and forfeited $330.50. The original charge had been possession of THC. A count of possession of drug paraphernalia was dismissed on a prosecutor’s motion.
A separate charge of speeding 11-15 mph over the limit against O’Grady was dismissed on a prosecutor’s motion.
Christine A. Rasmussen, 52, Medford, pled no contest to an amended charge of possession of marijuana and forfeited $330.50. The original charge had been possession of THC. Counts of possession of drug paraphernalia and possession of an illegally obtained prescription were dismissed on prosecutor’s motions.
Lisa M. Smith, 47, La Crosse, pled no contest to an amended charge of operating without a valid licensefi rst offense and forfeited $267.50. The original charge had been operating while revoked. A count of misdemeanor bail jumping was dismissed on a prosecutor’s motion.
The following were issued divorce decrees: Gary A. Gehrke, 53, Withee, and Melissa L, Gehrke, 50, Medford; Timothy R. Gulcynski, 38, Thorp, and Jessica M. Gulcynski, 30, Thorp; Brock N. Hoernke, 38, Medford, and Margaret M. Hoernke, 37, Medford; Larry L. Pawlus, 46, Gilman, and Tonya R. Seng, 42, Gilman.