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An Antigo woman received a prison sentence Thursday in Langlade County Circuit Court, coming on the heels of several drug-related arrests earlier this year.

Ashley J. Stimac, 30, 633 Langlade Rd., pled guilty to two felony charges in two cases, including possession of narcotic drugs, second or subsequent offense, and felony bail jumping.

Stimac was sentenced to four years in prison, including two years initial confinement and two years of extended supervision. She will also serve a two year probation term, and pay court costs in the matter.

Further terms of supervision includes undergoing an alcohol and drug assessment, maintaining absolute sobriety, full-time employment, and any counseling deemed necessary.

According to online court records, authorities responded to Stimac’s Langlade Road residence on Feb. 4 for a report of a possible heroin overdose.

She was found lying face down in a hallway with no pulse, and revived with Narcan. A hypodermic needle was found in a nearby bathroom, half-full of heroin, while a woman’s coat on the floor was found to contain psilocybin mushrooms.

Stimac’s troubles continued on April 7, when she was taken to Aspirus Langlade Hospital after exhibiting signs of someone under the influence of a controlled substance.

Authorities subpoenaed her medical records, which showed she had apparently tested positive for methamphetamine, resulting in the bail jumping charge.

A handful of other sentences were handed down Thursday, including;

—Justin L. Zdanowicz, 19, 919 Edison St., pled guilty to a two counts in a case dating back to June of 2017.

Zdanowicz entered pleas to charges of possession of narcotic drugs, and possessing a controlled substance. He entered into a two year deferred entry of judgment agreement on the narcotics count, while a 12 month probation term was handed down on the latter charge.

Additional stipulations include the payment of court costs, undergoing a drug and alcohol assessment, maintaining absolute sobriety, full-time employment, and any counseling deemed necessary.

Online accounts show police visited a camper at an Edison Street residence on June 4, 2017 in search of individual, after receiving information the person may be inside, as well as illegal drugs.

Zdanowicz was found inside, along with a plastic baggie found in a carton of cigarettes, which contained six Alprazolam pills, and one Oxycodone pill, both controlled substances for which Zdanowicz did not have a prescription.

—Alexander M. Schlundt, 18, 1415 Ninth Ave., pled guilty to a single charge of theft of moveable property. He was sentenced to six months probation in the matter and must serve two days in the county jail.

Schlundt must also pay court costs, undergo any counseling deemed necessary, and write a letter of apology to the victim.

He was accused of taking money from a relative’s wallet in October 2017.

—Steven O. Cochran, 26, 915 S. Superior St., entered a guilty plea to a charge of theft in a business setting

Online accounts show Cochran was observed on surveillance video taking $508 in money and products from his then place of employment, Extreme Vape in Antigo, between August 8 and Sept. 8, 2017.

When confronted about the thefts, he apparently admitted to them and agreed to pay the amount back, but only paid a portion.

His sentence consisted of 12 months probation, no contact with the victim business or its owner, and the payment of court costs.

Cochran must also maintain full-time employment during the probation period, undergo any counseling deemed necessary, and pay restitution in the amount of $278.
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Sentences Thursday include prison time on drug charges
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An Antigo woman received a prison sentence Thursday in Langlade County Circuit Court, coming on the heels of several drug-related arrests earlier this year.

Ashley J. Stimac, 30, 633 Langlade Rd., pled guilty to two felony charges in two cases, including possession of narcotic drugs, second or subsequent offense, and felony bail jumping.

Stimac was sentenced to four years in prison, including two years initial confinement and two years of extended supervision. She will also serve a two year probation term, and pay court costs in the matter.

Further terms of supervision includes undergoing an alcohol and drug assessment, maintaining absolute sobriety, full-time employment, and any counseling deemed necessary.

According to online court records, authorities responded to Stimac’s Langlade Road residence on Feb. 4 for a report of a possible heroin overdose.

She was found lying face down in a hallway with no pulse, and revived with Narcan. A hypodermic needle was found in a nearby bathroom, half-full of heroin, while a woman’s coat on the floor was found to contain psilocybin mushrooms.

Stimac’s troubles continued on April 7, when she was taken to Aspirus Langlade Hospital after exhibiting signs of someone under the influence of a controlled substance.

Authorities subpoenaed her medical records, which showed she had apparently tested positive for methamphetamine, resulting in the bail jumping charge.

A handful of other sentences were handed down Thursday, including;

—Justin L. Zdanowicz, 19, 919 Edison St., pled guilty to a two counts in a case dating back to June of 2017.

Zdanowicz entered pleas to charges of possession of narcotic drugs, and possessing a controlled substance. He entered into a two year deferred entry of judgment agreement on the narcotics count, while a 12 month probation term was handed down on the latter charge.

Additional stipulations include the payment of court costs, undergoing a drug and alcohol assessment, maintaining absolute sobriety, full-time employment, and any counseling deemed necessary.

Online accounts show police visited a camper at an Edison Street residence on June 4, 2017 in search of individual, after receiving information the person may be inside, as well as illegal drugs.

Zdanowicz was found inside, along with a plastic baggie found in a carton of cigarettes, which contained six Alprazolam pills, and one Oxycodone pill, both controlled substances for which Zdanowicz did not have a prescription.

—Alexander M. Schlundt, 18, 1415 Ninth Ave., pled guilty to a single charge of theft of moveable property. He was sentenced to six months probation in the matter and must serve two days in the county jail.

Schlundt must also pay court costs, undergo any counseling deemed necessary, and write a letter of apology to the victim.

He was accused of taking money from a relative’s wallet in October 2017.

—Steven O. Cochran, 26, 915 S. Superior St., entered a guilty plea to a charge of theft in a business setting

Online accounts show Cochran was observed on surveillance video taking $508 in money and products from his then place of employment, Extreme Vape in Antigo, between August 8 and Sept. 8, 2017.

When confronted about the thefts, he apparently admitted to them and agreed to pay the amount back, but only paid a portion.

His sentence consisted of 12 months probation, no contact with the victim business or its owner, and the payment of court costs.

Cochran must also maintain full-time employment during the probation period, undergo any counseling deemed necessary, and pay restitution in the amount of $278.
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