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Bonds set for disorderly conduct, meth, theft cases in Monday court
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It was a jam-packed gallery in Langlade County Circuit Court on Monday afternoon, with seven defendants making intial appearances on a variety of criminal charges as part of the busy docket.

Lacy L. Brogan, 33, Pearson, is charged with two felonies, possession of methamphetamine and bail jumping. She was ordered to a $200 cash bond with the condition that she not consume or possess controlled substances illegally. The two charges carry cumulative maximum penalties of nine and 1/2 years in prison and $20,000 in fines.

Brogan had been free on a $2,000 signature bond for a second offense possession of narcotic drugs charge since June.

Online court records indicate that Brogan was arrested after deputies responded to a report of an individual in distress at a town of Langlade residence on the night of Feb. 5. She told them that she had been using meth for five straight days, and a search of her purse located two jewel bags containing the substance.

William R. Bailey, 49, 1207 Tenth Ave., was given a $150 cash bond for a single felony charge of meth possession. He is ordered not to possess or consume controlled substances illegally.

Bailey was arrested after Antigo police investigated a report of alleged meth use at a city of Antigo residence on Oct. 28. A search of a room occupied by Bailey uncovered a bag of marijuana and a clear glass pipe containing a white substance that tested positive for meth.

Kyle C.G. Brown, 26, 435 Milton St., entered a not guilty plea to a single misdemeanor charge of disorderly conduct. He was allowed to remain free on an already-posted $150 cash bond.

Brown is accused of returning from a bar at 1:37 a.m. on Feb. 1 and causing an altercation at a city of Antigo residence, during which he punched a male acquaintance, causing a bloody lip. The police report indicates Brown suffered bite marks to his forehead during the ruckus, which began with teasing about the alleged victim's smelly feet.

Joseph I. Antone, 41, 904.5 Superior St., is charged with felony bail jumping and misdemeanor retail theft valued less than $500. He was ordered to a $1,500 signature bond with the condition that he have no contact with the Antigo Wal-Mart store.

Court records indicate Antone was captured on surveillance video at the store on Dec. 13, along with a female acquaintance, skip-scanning three items at the self checkout and leaving without paying the retail cost of $78.76.

Riley Joseph Dahms, 24, 209 Park St., entered a not guilty plea to a misdemeanor charge of domestic abuse disorderly conduct. He was given a $150 cash bond with the stipulation that he have no violent or abusive contact with the alleged victim.

The case stems from an incident at a city of Antigo residence just after midnight on Jan. 26, during which Dahms is accused of punching a female acquaintance, then putting her in a headlock, throwing her to the floor and kicking her.

Jason D. Larmay, 20, Green Bay, faces a misdemeanor charge of using a computer message to threaten injury or harm. He was ordered to a $1,000 signature bond with the condition that he have no contact with the alleged victim. Court records indicate that at a city of Antigo residence on Dec. 23, the alleged victim showed police two video messages in which Larmay threatens to get a gun and shoot the person, or beat them with a crowbar.

Bayley K. Hornbuckle, 17, 511 Dorr St., was ordered to a $500 signature bond on a single misdemeanor disorderly conduct charge. She is charged in connection with a fight at Antigo High School on Dec. 20, during which Hornbuckle allegedly threatened an administrator that was attempting to break up the fracas. She also allegedly struck another student who attempted to intervene. As a condition of the bond, Hornbuckle may not have any intentional contact with anyone involved in the fight.
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Bonds set for disorderly conduct, meth, theft cases in Monday court
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It was a jam-packed gallery in Langlade County Circuit Court on Monday afternoon, with seven defendants making intial appearances on a variety of criminal charges as part of the busy docket.

Lacy L. Brogan, 33, Pearson, is charged with two felonies, possession of methamphetamine and bail jumping. She was ordered to a $200 cash bond with the condition that she not consume or possess controlled substances illegally. The two charges carry cumulative maximum penalties of nine and 1/2 years in prison and $20,000 in fines.

Brogan had been free on a $2,000 signature bond for a second offense possession of narcotic drugs charge since June.

Online court records indicate that Brogan was arrested after deputies responded to a report of an individual in distress at a town of Langlade residence on the night of Feb. 5. She told them that she had been using meth for five straight days, and a search of her purse located two jewel bags containing the substance.

William R. Bailey, 49, 1207 Tenth Ave., was given a $150 cash bond for a single felony charge of meth possession. He is ordered not to possess or consume controlled substances illegally.

Bailey was arrested after Antigo police investigated a report of alleged meth use at a city of Antigo residence on Oct. 28. A search of a room occupied by Bailey uncovered a bag of marijuana and a clear glass pipe containing a white substance that tested positive for meth.

Kyle C.G. Brown, 26, 435 Milton St., entered a not guilty plea to a single misdemeanor charge of disorderly conduct. He was allowed to remain free on an already-posted $150 cash bond.

Brown is accused of returning from a bar at 1:37 a.m. on Feb. 1 and causing an altercation at a city of Antigo residence, during which he punched a male acquaintance, causing a bloody lip. The police report indicates Brown suffered bite marks to his forehead during the ruckus, which began with teasing about the alleged victim's smelly feet.

Joseph I. Antone, 41, 904.5 Superior St., is charged with felony bail jumping and misdemeanor retail theft valued less than $500. He was ordered to a $1,500 signature bond with the condition that he have no contact with the Antigo Wal-Mart store.

Court records indicate Antone was captured on surveillance video at the store on Dec. 13, along with a female acquaintance, skip-scanning three items at the self checkout and leaving without paying the retail cost of $78.76.

Riley Joseph Dahms, 24, 209 Park St., entered a not guilty plea to a misdemeanor charge of domestic abuse disorderly conduct. He was given a $150 cash bond with the stipulation that he have no violent or abusive contact with the alleged victim.

The case stems from an incident at a city of Antigo residence just after midnight on Jan. 26, during which Dahms is accused of punching a female acquaintance, then putting her in a headlock, throwing her to the floor and kicking her.

Jason D. Larmay, 20, Green Bay, faces a misdemeanor charge of using a computer message to threaten injury or harm. He was ordered to a $1,000 signature bond with the condition that he have no contact with the alleged victim. Court records indicate that at a city of Antigo residence on Dec. 23, the alleged victim showed police two video messages in which Larmay threatens to get a gun and shoot the person, or beat them with a crowbar.

Bayley K. Hornbuckle, 17, 511 Dorr St., was ordered to a $500 signature bond on a single misdemeanor disorderly conduct charge. She is charged in connection with a fight at Antigo High School on Dec. 20, during which Hornbuckle allegedly threatened an administrator that was attempting to break up the fracas. She also allegedly struck another student who attempted to intervene. As a condition of the bond, Hornbuckle may not have any intentional contact with anyone involved in the fight.
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