Taylor County Circuit Court
The following charges were dismissed on prosecutor’s motions: Damon J. Lueck, 22, Rib Lake, speedometer violations; Jesse R. O’Brien, 36, Sheldon, felony bail jumping, operating while revoked, failure of operator to notify police of an accident, failure to keep vehicle under control and operating a motor vehicle without insurance.
The following appeared in court and entered pleas of not guilty: Aaron W. Taylor a.k.a. Aaron Wheaton Taylor, 37, Prentice, operating while revoked; Alyssa A. Puphal, 27, Colby, disorderly conduct (domestic abuse) (domestic abuse assessments) and resisting or obstructing an officer; Ana M. Hernandez Guevara, 56, Stetsonville, operating without a valid license-third or greater offense within three years; Ares V. Hall, 17, Medford, sexual intercourse with a child age 15 or older, actor under 19; Gerald M. Shoemaker Jr., 41, Medford, fourth-degree sexual assault and two counts of misdemeanor bail jumping; Matthew J. Euclide, 23, Rib Lake, possession of drug paraphernalia; Mitchell F. Ditusa, 30, Medford, possession of THC-second or greater offense, possession of drug paraphernalia and intentionally contributing to the delinquency of a child; Saundra K. Borntrager a.k.a. Saundra K. Borntreger, 19, Rib Lake, possession of drug paraphernalia.
Jarod J. Jochimsen, 18, Medford, pled no contest to disorderly conduct and entered into a deferred prosecution agreement for a period of six months. Upon successful completion of the agreement, the court will dismiss the case.
Rodrigo Costilla, 25, Wausau, pled no contest to operating while under the influence-second offense. Costilla was sentence to serve 35 days in jail; pay a forfeiture of $1,603; submit to a DNA sample; his driver’s license was revoke for 15 months; an ignition interlock device is to be installed on his vehicle for one year; and he must undergo an alcohol and drug assessment and comply with the driver safety plan. A count of operating with a prohibited alcohol concentration (PAC)-second offense was dismissed on a prosecutor’s motion.
A separate charge of possession of open intoxicants in motor vehicle by driver against Costilla was also dismissed on a prosecutor’s motion.
Jana E. Czahor, 49, Westboro, pled no contest to a reduced charge of speeding 1-10 mph over the limit and forfeited $175.30.
Joseph J. Fallos, 32, Rib Lake, pled no contest to possessing/ loan/borrowing another person’s license and forfeited $303.30.
Alexander G. Holtz, 18, Oshkosh, pled no contest to taking or attempting to take game without a valid authorization or tag. Holtz forfeited $343.50 and his DNR privileges were revoked/suspended for two years.
Two separate charges of failure to complete registration as required (bear, deer, sharp-tailed grouse or turkey) against Holtz were dismissed on prosecutor’s motions.
Aiden A. M. Johnson, 17, Medford, pled no contest to a minor possessing or purchasing tobacco or nicotine and forfeited $162.70.
Timothy P. Kramas, 54, Athens, pled guilty to an amended charge of operating with a PAC greater than or equal to 0.08 percent, less than 0.15 percent-first offense. The original charge had been operating with a PAC greater than or equal to 0.15 percent-first offense. Kramas forfeited $843; his driver’s license was revoked for six months; he must complete an alcohol and drug assessment and follow through with a driver safety plan.
A separate charge of operating while under the infl uence-first offense (PAC greater than or equal to 0.15 percent) against Kramas was dismissed on a prosecutor’s motion.
Fernando Najera, 44, Medford, pled no contest to resisting/obstructing an officer and forfeited $582.50. A count of disorderly conduct-domestic abuse was dismissed on a prosecutor’s motion.
Cory H. Svee, 61, Elk Mound, pled no contest to an amended charge of speedometer violations and forfeited $175.30. The original charge had been speeding 1-10 mph over the limit.
Sabrina L. Wert, 28, Wausau, pled no contest to failure to keep vehicle under control and failure of operator to notify police of an accident. She forfeited $213.10 and $389.50, respectively.
Makayla E. Hester, 20, Medford, pled no contest to substantial battery-intending bodily harm. Sentence was withheld and Hester was placed on probation for three years on the condition she pay a forfeiture of $518, restitution in an amount to be determined within 30 days and supervision fees as ordered by the Department of Corrections; submit to a DNA sample; have no contact with the victims; write a letter of apology, preapproved by probation, to the victims within 30 days of sentencing; and undergo counseling as deemed appropriate by probation. Two counts of felony bail jumping and two counts of misdemeanor bail jumping were dismissed but read in for sentencing purposes.
Separate charges of felony bail jumping, child abusehigh probability of great harm, criminal damage to property, resisting or obstructing an officer and two counts of disorderly conduct against Hester were dismissed but read in for sentencing purposes.