Court News

• Lorene K. Opperman, 59, Gresham, pleaded no contest April 24 to theft in a business setting. Judge Katherine Sloma withheld sentencing and placed her on three years of probation with conditions including six months in county jail with Huber work-release privileges.

• Michael W. Hechler, 60, Crivitz, pleaded guilty April 24 to operating a motor vehicle while intoxicated (fifth or sixth offense). Sloma sentenced him to 18 months in prison, followed by two years of extended supervision, and revoked his driver’s license for 27 months.

• Thomas M. Brosinger, 52, Shawano, pleaded no contest April 22 to two counts of possession of narcotic drugs, possession of methamphetamine and two counts of felony bail jumping. Judge William Kussel Jr. withheld sentencing and placed him on four years of probation with conditions including 180 days in county jail. He received credit for 285 days already served.

• Jeremy Bryar, 31, Bonduel, pleaded no contest April 25 to misdemeanor charges of battery and disorderly conduct. A felony charge was dismissed in a plea agreement. Kussel withheld sentencing and placed Bryar on three years of probation with conditions including 120 days in county jail.

• Derek J. Wilke, 37, Keshena, was charged April 22 with battery or threat to a law officer, two counts of felony bail jumping and a misdemeanor count of disorderly conduct. Sloma set a $500 cash bond and scheduled a status conference for May 14.

• Jennifer F. Lasee, 39, Shawano, was charged April 22 with possession of THC (second or subsequent offense), five counts of felony bail jumping and a misdemeanor count of possession of drug paraphernalia. Sloma set a $2,500 cash bond and scheduled a preliminary hearing for April 30.

• Arnold J. Pyatskowit, 39, Shawano, was charged April 22 with two counts of felony bail jumping. Sloma set a $1,000 cash bond and scheduled a status conference for July 1.

• Dana M. Gerow, 39, Tigerton, was charged April 22 with possession of THC (second or subsequent offense) and felony bail jumping. Sloma set a $500 cash bond and scheduled a preliminary hearing for April 29.

• Trevor D. Britten, 23, Cecil, was charged April 23 with criminal damage to property, two counts of felony bail jumping and six counts of misdemeanor bail jumping. Sloma set a $5,000 cash bond and scheduled a status conference for July 8.

• Leslie N. Gautheir, 26, Bonduel, was charged April 23 with seven counts of felony bail jumping and misdemeanor charges of operating a motor vehicle while intoxicated (second offense), operating while revoked and two counts of bail jumping. Sloma set a $1,000 cash bond and scheduled a status conference for May 7.

• Montana R. Olson, 27, Shawano, was charged April 24 with failure to report to the county jail. Sloma set a $500 signature bond and scheduled a status conference for June 17.

• William J. Matchopatow, 54, Shawano, was charged April 24 with strangulation and suffocation, victim intimidation and misdemeanor counts of battery and disorderly conduct. Sloma set a $1,000 cash bond and scheduled a preliminary hearing for April 29.

• Shaquinn D. Wynos, 28, Keshena, was charged April 24 with two counts of felony bail jumping, two counts of misdemeanor bail jumping and a misdemeanor count of possession of any illegally obtained prescription. Sloma set a $500 cash bond and scheduled a status conference for April 30.

• Omar Ventura-Sargento, 23, Pulaski, was charged April 24 with two counts of first-degree recklessly endangering safety. Sloma set a $1,000 cash bond and scheduled a status conference for May 15.

• Lindsay R. Holstrom, 27, Shawano, was charged April 24 with battery by prisoners and misdemeanor counts of battery to an unborn child and two counts of bail jumping. Sloma set a $2,500 signature bond and scheduled a status conference for June 17.

• Darius M. Massingale, 22, Shawano, was charged April 25 with four counts of felony bail jumping, two counts of misdemeanor bail jumping and a misdemeanor count of disorderly conduct. Sloma set a $2,500 cash bond and scheduled a preliminary hearing for April 30.