Heather M. Pfau, 38, N2491 Highway R, Watertown, was found guilty of battery. She was place on probation for one year. She must undergo and follow through with any counseling as directed by her agent. She must pay $176 in fines and court costs.

Nathaniel C. Starr, 18, 320 E. Rubicon St., Hustisford, was found guilty of manufacturing or delivering schedule I or II narcotics. He was placed on three years of probation. He must serve six months in jail with work release and transfer privileges. He must pay $95 in restitution to the Dodge County Drug Task Force, $70 to Cenex Coop of Beaver Dam, $20 to Iron Ridge Restaurant of Iron Ridge and $20 to Snapper Vicks of Iron Ridge. He may not use, possess or control any controlled substances or drug paraphernalia without a valid prescription or be in the presence of anyone who does. He must submit a DNA sample. He must pay $196.50 in fines and court costs.

Shawn R. Thomas, 48, N5002 Sinissippi Point Road, Juneau, was found guilty of battery. He was sentenced to six months in jail with work release and transfer privileges. He must pay $343 in fines and court costs.

Sara D. Uttech, 22, 106 E. Oak St., Juneau, was found guilty of resisting or obstructing an officer. She was placed on one year of probation. She must undergo an AODA assessment and follow through with any resulting recommendations. She must pay $176 in fines and court costs.

Ray L. Poteat, 34, 224 E. Industrial Drive, Unit 7, Beaver Dam, was found guilty of his second offense of operating a motor vehicle while intoxicated with a passenger under the age of 16. He was placed on probation for 18 months. He must serve 14 days in jail with Huber and transfer privileges to commence on or before Feb. 15. He must undergo an AODA assessment and follow through with any resulting recommendations. He must successfully attend an OWI victim impact panel within 120 days. He must attend and comply with the terms of alcohol court. He may not consume alcohol or other intoxicants. He must maintain absolute sobriety. He may not go onto the premises of any establishment whose main business is the sale or distribution of alcohol. He may not operate a motor vehicle without a valid driver’s license. His license is revoked for 24 months. An ignition interlock device must be installed on any vehicle he owns or operates for 24 months. He must pay the costs of the blood draw. He must pay $1,550 in fines and court costs.

Jeffrey M. Weissenburger, 27, 1296 Carla Lane, West Bend, was found guilty of operating a motor vehicle with a revoked license. He was placed on one year of probation. He must serve 30 days in jail with Huber and transfer privileges. He must obtain a valid license. He must pay $243 in fines and court costs.

Brian G. Kochanski, 55, 207 Watertower Circle, Iron Ridge, was found guilty of his third offense of operating a motor vehicle while intoxicated. He was placed on probation for two years. He must serve 14 days in jail with Huber and transfer privileges to commence on or before March 15. He must undergo an AODA assessment and follow through with any resulting recommendations. He must successfully attend an OWI victim impact panel within 120 days. He must attend and comply with the terms of alcohol court. He may not consume alcohol or other intoxicants. He must maintain absolute sobriety. He may not go onto the premises of any establishment whose main business is the sale or distribution of alcohol. He may not operate a motor vehicle without a valid driver’s license. His license is revoked for 24 months. An ignition interlock device must be installed on any vehicle he owns or operates for 24 months. He must pay the costs of the blood draw. He must pay $1,424 in fines and court costs.

Steven A. Weddig, 19, W177N9735 Riversbend Circle E, Germantown, was found guilty of his second offense of operating a motor vehicle while intoxicated. He was placed on probation for 18 months. He must serve five days in jail with Huber and transfer privileges. He must undergo an AODA assessment and follow through with any resulting recommendations. He must successfully attend an OWI victim impact panel within 120 days. He must attend and comply with all the terms of alcohol court. He may not consume alcohol or other intoxicants. He must maintain absolute sobriety. He may not go onto the premises of any establishment whose main business is the sale or distribution of alcohol. His license is revoked for 14 months. An ignition interlock device must be installed on any vehicle he owns or operates for 14 months. He must pay $1,235 in fines and court costs.

Krista N. Wild, 28, 210 S. University Ave., Beaver Dam, was found guilty of her first offense of causing injury while operating a motor vehicle with a prohibited alcohol concentration greater than .15. She was placed on probation for 18 months. She must serve 90 days in jail with Huber and transfer privileges. She must undergo an AODA assessment and follow through with any resulting recommendations. She must attend and follow through with the terms of alcohol court. Her license is revoked for two years. An ignition interlock device must be installed on any vehicle she owns or operates for two years. She must pay $1,298 in fines and court costs.

Bryan C. Kelly, 41, 12 Omena St., Unit E, Watertown, was found guilty of his fourth offense of operating a motor vehicle while intoxicated. He was placed on probation for two years. He must serve 45 days in jail with work release and transfer privileges. He must undergo an AODA assessment and follow through with any resulting recommendations. He must successfully attend an OWI victim impact panel within 120 days. He may not consume alcohol or other intoxicants. He must maintain absolute sobriety. His license is revoked for 33 months. An ignition interlock device must be installed on any vehicle he owns or operates. He must pay $2,877 in fines and costs.

Jordan M. Myse, 22, 3104 Lithostone Drive, Lomira, was found guilty of his second offense of operating a motor vehicle while intoxicated. He was placed on probation for 18 months. He must serve five days in jail with Huber and transfer privileges. He must undergo an AODA assessment and follow through with any resulting recommendations. He must successfully attend an OWI victim impact panel within 120 days. He must attend and comply with the terms of alcohol court. He must pay the costs of the blood draw. His license is revoked for 14 months. An ignition interlock device must be installed on any vehicle he owns or operates for 14 months. He must pay $1,235 in fines and court costs.

Aaron M. Schaefer, 21, 238 Kekoskee St., Mayville, was found guilty of resisting or obstructing an officer. He was placed on probation for one year. He must undergo an AODA assessment and follow through with any resulting recommendations. He may not consume alcohol or other intoxicants. He must maintain absolute sobriety. He may not go onto the premises of any establishments whose main business is the sale or distribution of alcohol. He must pay $176 in fines and costs.

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