Langlade County criminal court activity 07.02.2014

Jail sentences & probation were ordered and new charges filed. Langlade County criminal court activity for 07.02.2014.

Tina Marie Lindemann of Seventh Avenue, 47, was sentenced to one year probation for battery and misdemeanor bail jumping. A charge of second degree recklessly endangering safety was dismissed.

Nicole Lee Young of First Avenue, 34, received a one year deferred judgment for felony bail jumping. She was also fined $100 plus court costs and two days jail (already served) for disorderly conduct.

Jessi L. Gardner of Wausau, 20, was sentenced to one year probation for criminal damage to property. She must also pay restitution.

Lucas J. Jahnke of Wausau, 36, was ordered to serve 120 days in jail for misdemeanor bail jumping. He will receive credit for 52 days already served. He was also sentenced to one year probation for retail theft as a repeater.

Nathan R. Bailey of Deleglise Street, 23, was sentenced to a total of 18 months jail with credit 81 days for probation revocations on multiple cases with crimes of possession of drug paraphernalia, theft and bail jumping. In a new case, he was sentenced to three years probation with an imposed but stayed six year prison term for manufacturing or delivering amphetamine.

New cases filed today:

Teena M. Piotrowski of Bowler, 27, is charged with possession of marijuana as a second or greater offense and possession of narcotic drugs. She is scheduled to return to court on August 4.

Nathaniel J. Mckee of Little Chute, 21, is charged with burglary armed with a dangerous weapon and two counts of theft. The incidents occurred on April 1, 2010. A warrant was issued for his arrest.

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