Joseph T. Wille, 33, Hatley, theft, $250 fine; theft $5,000-$10,000, 24 months probation, $3859 restitution, 60 days jail.
Courtney A. Diels-Osness, 28, Merrill, resisting/obstructing an officer, $250 fine.
Chastity L. Chase, 24, Tomahawk, disorderly conduct, $181.50 fine.
Jason A. Borgh, 36, Marathon, sex offender registry violation, 24 months probation, 120 days jail.
Jeffery J. Engel, 39, Merrill, OWI 5th, 5 years prison (2 years confinement/3 years extended supervision), $1959 fine, AODA, 26 months driver’s license revocation.
Coy L. Zimmerman, 22, Merrill, possess amphetamine/LSD/psilocin, $100 fine.
James E. Boos, 43, Tomahawk, OWI 5th, 3 years probation, 36 months driver’s license revocation, 6 months jail.
Aaron D. Schirmer, 24, Tomahawk, possess marijuana & possess drug paraphernalia, 90 days jail.
Matthew D. McLeod, 29, Wausau, burglary-armed with dangerous weapon, 10 years prison (5 years confinement/5 years extended supervision),
Nickie A. Novitzke, 33, Merrill, possess with intent to deliver narcotics, misdemeanor bail jumping (2 counts). According to court records, she attempted to sell “uppers” to an off-duty Merrill police officer at a Merrill tavern on May 25. She had a bottle of prescription medication in her purse and was out on two Marathon County bonds at the time.
Travis J. Fleischman, 43, Merrill, OWI 5th. According to court records, he was arrested after being stopped for speeding on May 23 in the city of Merrill. A preliminary breath test showed a blood alcohol level of .27.
Chad D. Hoernke Jr., 17, Merrill, manufacture/deliver marijuana. According to court records, Hoernke brought marijuana to a party in an ice shack on Lake Alexander in February 2015.
Matthew D. Moldenhauer, 35, Merrill, stalking (repeater). According to court records, the charge stems from a March 2015 incident in the city of Merrill.
Brian K. Bursey, 41, Prentice, OWI 4th in 5 years. According to court records, Bursey crashed his vehicle into a parked vehicle in the city of Tomahawk on May 28, his blood alcohol content was measured at .07, but he was on a .02 restriction due to prior OWI convictions.
Colton J. Chase, 24, Tomahawk, sexual assault of a child by a person who works or volunteers with children (3 counts). According to court records, Chase, a volunteer track coach, had sexual contact with a 16-year-old female student athlete in May 2015.