Kyle J. Anderson, 35, Medford, pled no contest to possession of THC. He was sentenced to serve five days in jail; pay a forfeiture of $443; and submit to a DNA sample. A count of possession of drug paraphernalia was dismissed but read in for sentencing purposes.
Rodney R. Galica, 47, Rib Lake, pled no contest to operating while under the influence-second offense. Galica was sentenced to serve 30 days in jail; pay a forfeiture of $3,191.63; submit to a DNA sample; his driver’s license was revoked for 15 months; an ignition interlock device is to be installed on his vehicle for 12 months; and he must complete an alcohol and drug assessment and comply with the driver’s safety plan. Counts of operating with a prohibited alcohol concentration (PAC)-second offense and operating with a restricted controlled substance-second offense were dismissed on prosecutor’s motions.
Galica also pled no contest to separate charges of possession of drug paraphernalia and non-criminal disorderly conduct. He forfeited $263.50 and $443, respectively.
Separate charges of disorderly conduct (domestic abuse-infliction of physical pain or injury) and misdemeanor bail jumping against Galica were dismissed but read in for sentencing purposes.
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A separate charge of failure to keep vehicle under control against Galica was dismissed on a prosecutor’s motion.
Bradley E. Hendrickson, 19, Marshfield, pled no contest to underage drinking and forfeited $263.50.
Chad A. Leichtman, 37, Colby, pled no contest to an amended charge of disorderly conduct and forfeited $330.50. The original charge had been knowingly violating a domestic abuse temporary restraining order.
Jordan L. Wicks, 24, Holcombe, pled guilty to an amended charge of possession of THC. The original charge had been possession with intent-THC (less than or equal to 200 grams). Sentence was withheld and Wicks was placed on probation for one year on the condition she pay a forfeiture of $443 and supervision fees as ordered by the Department of Corrections; submit to a DNA sample; undergo counseling as deemed necessary by the probationary agent; and undergo an alcohol and drug assessment and follow through with any treatment plan. A count of maintaining a drug trafficking place (as a party to a crime) was dismissed but read in for sentencing purposes.