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A plethora of new and old cases were before Judge John Rhode Monday, as he returned to the bench in Langlade County Circuit Court.

Newer cases included;

—April A. Jones, 41, 618 1/2 Fifth Ave., who had a $250 cash bond established in her latest case. Jones has had several run-ins with law enforcement in the past few days, with the newest resulting in charges of disorderly conduct and bail jumping.

According to police records, Jones was involved in a verbal disturbance involving multiple parties behind a downtown Antigo tavern on Sunday. Several witnesses fingered Jones as the aggressor in the incident.

She was also arrested July 6 for a case involving harassment of her neighbor, and according to Langlade County District Attorney Elizabeth Constable, she plans to refer Jones for theft involving her neighbor’s cat, meaning her recent contacts with law enforcement will likely result in three cases and a total of six charges.

—Carl D. Messer, 49, 933 Sixth Ave., pled not guilty to a charge of bail jumping and had his bond set at $100 cash.

Messer is accused of reporting an assault by two parties at his apartment early Sunday morning, but could not describe either perpetrator to police or identify the apartment they had come from inside the building. Messer was allegedly intoxicated, which was in violation of bond in a separate case.

—Tyler C. Randall, 18, 633 Fifth Ave., had a $1,000 signature bond established. Randall faces counts of possession of THC and possession of drug paraphernalia after police responded to a report of a suspicious vehicle behind a downtown restaurant on Sunday night. Randall and two other 18-year-old males were arrested and cited for the crimes after a small amount of marijuana and several items of drug paraphernalia, including a still smoking bong were allegedly found inside the vehicle.

—Eric R. Souza Jr., 33, 1117 Edison St., was freed on a $500 signature bond. Souza Jr. is charged with two crimes, including criminal damage to property and criminal trespass after he was found by police hiding in the bedroom closet of a woman’s home whom he was to have no contact with due to past issues early Sunday morning.

Following his arrest, pry marks were found on the side door of the home and a door knob was loose, leading authorities to believe he forcefully entered the home.

—Jami S. Krueger, 33, 714 Center St., now has a $2,000 signature bond to cover two pending cases.

Krueger is charged with both knowingly violating a restraining order and theft of moveable property.

According to online court records, Krueger is accused of stealing items from an exam room at Aspirus General Clinic on June 4, including an ear thermometer, ear probes, Band-Aids and a box of tissues. The items were valued at approximately $200. Krueger reportedly denied the thefts, but an Aspirus employee said no one else had been in the room before or after they were noted as missing.

Krueger’s case involving the violation of a restraining order, dates to text messages which were showed to Langlade County authorities in April. The messages allegedly contained comments and threats directed at the woman who had the restraining order against her.

—Jason L. Baur, 38, Wausau, remained free on a $2,000 signature bond. Baur is charged with felony bail jumping and disorderly conduct for a domestic incident at a Town of Ainsworth home on June 8. Police were called to the home, where a woman said she had argued with Baur, who then put her in a headlock-type maneuver, causing a scrape to her forehead.

Baur denied the allegation, claiming she hit herself and banged her own head on the wall, causing the scrape. He is to have no violent contact with the victim while the case is pending.

—Richard G. Dykstra, N1083 Wilson Rd., remained free on a $250 signature bond after pleading not guilty to charges of bail jumping and theft of moveable property.

According to court records, Dykstra is alleged to have stolen a license plate off a vehicle belonging to a man who had done service work on Dykstra’s vehicle. The man reported towing Dykstra’s vehicle, which did not have a plate, to his home to perform the work. He noticed the license plate missing after Dykstra picked up his car.

Dykstra’s vehicle was later located by authorities and allegedly had the plate on it. He was out on bail in a separate case when the incident occurred.

—Bradley A. Bricko, 47, 424 Second Ave., saw a $10,000 signature bond established in his case. Bricko is facing three counts of felony bail jumping following an incident on July 5.

Bricko, who has multiple open cases in Langlade County was the subject of a traffic stop by Antigo police on July 5, in which he was operating a vehicle with an expired registration, was in the company of a female he was to have no contact with and showed signs of intoxication. Bricko registered a .00 on a breathalyzer exam, but failed field sobriety tests. The results of a blood draw are pending and could lead to more charges.

—Jessica L. Fleischman, 23, 504 Freiburger, had her bond set at $150 cash on a single charge of disorderly conduct. Court records show police responded to disturbance on December 2016 at a Fifth Avenue residence, in which a couple was reportedly kicking Fleischman out of the home. She is accused of grabbing a female by the neck and pulling her hair, only stopping when the woman’s husband pulled her off.

—Clarissa L. Frysinger, 20, 1234 Pine St., remained free on a $2,000 signature bond while pleading not guilty. Frysinger is charged with resisting/obstructing on officer, after allegedly making false claims to police that her ex-boyfriend had forced her to have sex. According to reports the man showed police text messages from Frysinger that disputed the claim, and she later reportedly admitted making up the accusation.

— Michael L. Ingram, 36, 2047 Charlotte St., had a $3,000 cash bond continued. Ingram faces four counts, including two felonies, after police were called to his home on June 13 after reports he had possibly overdosed.

Records showed authorities had responded to three prior overdose calls with Ingram, reviving him with the drug Narcan each time. Ingram reportedly admitted taking morphine and a search warrant was obtained for his blood, with the test coming up positive for opiates.

He faces counts of possession of narcotic drugs, felony bail jumping and two misdemeanor bail jumping charges.

—Amy M. Klingensmith, 26, Laona, had a $1,000 signature bond continued in her case, involving charges of resisting/obstructing an officer and possessing an illegally obtained prescription. Klingensmith is alleged to have been one of three individuals outside of Fleet Farm in Antigo on June 15, who denied being in the company of a person detained for shoplifting at the store.

That statement proved to be untrue and a police search of their vehicle turned up a number of illegal items, including a bottle of pills that belonged to Klingensmith. She could not produce a prescription for the narcotics.

—Ashley A. Prasalowicz, 31, 1204 Fourth Ave., is free on a $2,000 signature bond after being charged with maintaining a drug trafficking place. An individual at Prasalowicz’s home allegedly sold marijuana to a confidential police informant on December 14.

—Paul R. Zeise, 32, Wausau, remained free on a $1,000 signature bond on a lone charge of retail theft. According to online court records, a woman met with a Shawano County Sheriff’s deputy in November, to alert them that Zeise had stolen a nail gun from Menards in Antigo.

The woman had been staying at a motel with Zeise. Authorities confirmed with Menards that their inventory was short one nail gun, and surveillance video from the date of the theft showed an individual whose appearance was consistent with Zeise’s.

All cases have return dates in the coming weeks.
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Judge Rhode works through numerous cases in court
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A plethora of new and old cases were before Judge John Rhode Monday, as he returned to the bench in Langlade County Circuit Court.

Newer cases included;

—April A. Jones, 41, 618 1/2 Fifth Ave., who had a $250 cash bond established in her latest case. Jones has had several run-ins with law enforcement in the past few days, with the newest resulting in charges of disorderly conduct and bail jumping.

According to police records, Jones was involved in a verbal disturbance involving multiple parties behind a downtown Antigo tavern on Sunday. Several witnesses fingered Jones as the aggressor in the incident.

She was also arrested July 6 for a case involving harassment of her neighbor, and according to Langlade County District Attorney Elizabeth Constable, she plans to refer Jones for theft involving her neighbor’s cat, meaning her recent contacts with law enforcement will likely result in three cases and a total of six charges.

—Carl D. Messer, 49, 933 Sixth Ave., pled not guilty to a charge of bail jumping and had his bond set at $100 cash.

Messer is accused of reporting an assault by two parties at his apartment early Sunday morning, but could not describe either perpetrator to police or identify the apartment they had come from inside the building. Messer was allegedly intoxicated, which was in violation of bond in a separate case.

—Tyler C. Randall, 18, 633 Fifth Ave., had a $1,000 signature bond established. Randall faces counts of possession of THC and possession of drug paraphernalia after police responded to a report of a suspicious vehicle behind a downtown restaurant on Sunday night. Randall and two other 18-year-old males were arrested and cited for the crimes after a small amount of marijuana and several items of drug paraphernalia, including a still smoking bong were allegedly found inside the vehicle.

—Eric R. Souza Jr., 33, 1117 Edison St., was freed on a $500 signature bond. Souza Jr. is charged with two crimes, including criminal damage to property and criminal trespass after he was found by police hiding in the bedroom closet of a woman’s home whom he was to have no contact with due to past issues early Sunday morning.

Following his arrest, pry marks were found on the side door of the home and a door knob was loose, leading authorities to believe he forcefully entered the home.

—Jami S. Krueger, 33, 714 Center St., now has a $2,000 signature bond to cover two pending cases.

Krueger is charged with both knowingly violating a restraining order and theft of moveable property.

According to online court records, Krueger is accused of stealing items from an exam room at Aspirus General Clinic on June 4, including an ear thermometer, ear probes, Band-Aids and a box of tissues. The items were valued at approximately $200. Krueger reportedly denied the thefts, but an Aspirus employee said no one else had been in the room before or after they were noted as missing.

Krueger’s case involving the violation of a restraining order, dates to text messages which were showed to Langlade County authorities in April. The messages allegedly contained comments and threats directed at the woman who had the restraining order against her.

—Jason L. Baur, 38, Wausau, remained free on a $2,000 signature bond. Baur is charged with felony bail jumping and disorderly conduct for a domestic incident at a Town of Ainsworth home on June 8. Police were called to the home, where a woman said she had argued with Baur, who then put her in a headlock-type maneuver, causing a scrape to her forehead.

Baur denied the allegation, claiming she hit herself and banged her own head on the wall, causing the scrape. He is to have no violent contact with the victim while the case is pending.

—Richard G. Dykstra, N1083 Wilson Rd., remained free on a $250 signature bond after pleading not guilty to charges of bail jumping and theft of moveable property.

According to court records, Dykstra is alleged to have stolen a license plate off a vehicle belonging to a man who had done service work on Dykstra’s vehicle. The man reported towing Dykstra’s vehicle, which did not have a plate, to his home to perform the work. He noticed the license plate missing after Dykstra picked up his car.

Dykstra’s vehicle was later located by authorities and allegedly had the plate on it. He was out on bail in a separate case when the incident occurred.

—Bradley A. Bricko, 47, 424 Second Ave., saw a $10,000 signature bond established in his case. Bricko is facing three counts of felony bail jumping following an incident on July 5.

Bricko, who has multiple open cases in Langlade County was the subject of a traffic stop by Antigo police on July 5, in which he was operating a vehicle with an expired registration, was in the company of a female he was to have no contact with and showed signs of intoxication. Bricko registered a .00 on a breathalyzer exam, but failed field sobriety tests. The results of a blood draw are pending and could lead to more charges.

—Jessica L. Fleischman, 23, 504 Freiburger, had her bond set at $150 cash on a single charge of disorderly conduct. Court records show police responded to disturbance on December 2016 at a Fifth Avenue residence, in which a couple was reportedly kicking Fleischman out of the home. She is accused of grabbing a female by the neck and pulling her hair, only stopping when the woman’s husband pulled her off.

—Clarissa L. Frysinger, 20, 1234 Pine St., remained free on a $2,000 signature bond while pleading not guilty. Frysinger is charged with resisting/obstructing on officer, after allegedly making false claims to police that her ex-boyfriend had forced her to have sex. According to reports the man showed police text messages from Frysinger that disputed the claim, and she later reportedly admitted making up the accusation.

— Michael L. Ingram, 36, 2047 Charlotte St., had a $3,000 cash bond continued. Ingram faces four counts, including two felonies, after police were called to his home on June 13 after reports he had possibly overdosed.

Records showed authorities had responded to three prior overdose calls with Ingram, reviving him with the drug Narcan each time. Ingram reportedly admitted taking morphine and a search warrant was obtained for his blood, with the test coming up positive for opiates.

He faces counts of possession of narcotic drugs, felony bail jumping and two misdemeanor bail jumping charges.

—Amy M. Klingensmith, 26, Laona, had a $1,000 signature bond continued in her case, involving charges of resisting/obstructing an officer and possessing an illegally obtained prescription. Klingensmith is alleged to have been one of three individuals outside of Fleet Farm in Antigo on June 15, who denied being in the company of a person detained for shoplifting at the store.

That statement proved to be untrue and a police search of their vehicle turned up a number of illegal items, including a bottle of pills that belonged to Klingensmith. She could not produce a prescription for the narcotics.

—Ashley A. Prasalowicz, 31, 1204 Fourth Ave., is free on a $2,000 signature bond after being charged with maintaining a drug trafficking place. An individual at Prasalowicz’s home allegedly sold marijuana to a confidential police informant on December 14.

—Paul R. Zeise, 32, Wausau, remained free on a $1,000 signature bond on a lone charge of retail theft. According to online court records, a woman met with a Shawano County Sheriff’s deputy in November, to alert them that Zeise had stolen a nail gun from Menards in Antigo.

The woman had been staying at a motel with Zeise. Authorities confirmed with Menards that their inventory was short one nail gun, and surveillance video from the date of the theft showed an individual whose appearance was consistent with Zeise’s.

All cases have return dates in the coming weeks.
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