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A woman will spend a year on probation and pay a significant fine after entering two guilty pleas in Langlade County Circuit Court Friday.

Victoria L. Stanke, 43, of Bruce, entered a guilty plea to a misdemeanor charge of criminal trespass. Three other misdemeanor counts of disorderly conduct, possession of THC, and possession of drug paraphernalia were dismissed but read into the record.

Stanke also pled guilty to a traffic charge of first offense operating a motor vehicle while intoxicated in a related filing.

Stanke was given a withheld sentence for the trespass conviction, contingent on one year of probation. She must pay court costs and is ordered to have no contact with the victim.

She was fined $987.50 for the operating while intoxicated conviction, will have her license revoked for seven months, and must complete both an alcohol and drug assessment and a driver safety plan.

Stanke was charged following a strange incident that took place in the early morning hours of Oct. 6, 2018. At 5 a.m., Langlade County deputies responded to a report of an individual, later identified as Stanke, who had forced her way into a town of Polar residence.

They located her sitting in the driver's seat of a van outside the residence, and she told them she was working to spread a very important message from God.

The victim informed the officers that Stanke had pounded on her door and after being refused entry, forced her way inside. The victim was afraid and shoved Stanke back outside and locked the door. A witness provided information consistent with the victim's account of events.

Stanke agreed to perform field sobriety tests and exhibited eight of a possible 18 clues of impairment. A search of her van located a purse which contained three pipes and a green leafy substance which tested positive for THC. Stanke denied consuming any alcohol or controlled substances and denied that the pipes and suspected marijuana belonged to her.
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Guilty pleas to trespass, OWI get fine, probation
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A woman will spend a year on probation and pay a significant fine after entering two guilty pleas in Langlade County Circuit Court Friday.

Victoria L. Stanke, 43, of Bruce, entered a guilty plea to a misdemeanor charge of criminal trespass. Three other misdemeanor counts of disorderly conduct, possession of THC, and possession of drug paraphernalia were dismissed but read into the record.

Stanke also pled guilty to a traffic charge of first offense operating a motor vehicle while intoxicated in a related filing.

Stanke was given a withheld sentence for the trespass conviction, contingent on one year of probation. She must pay court costs and is ordered to have no contact with the victim.

She was fined $987.50 for the operating while intoxicated conviction, will have her license revoked for seven months, and must complete both an alcohol and drug assessment and a driver safety plan.

Stanke was charged following a strange incident that took place in the early morning hours of Oct. 6, 2018. At 5 a.m., Langlade County deputies responded to a report of an individual, later identified as Stanke, who had forced her way into a town of Polar residence.

They located her sitting in the driver's seat of a van outside the residence, and she told them she was working to spread a very important message from God.

The victim informed the officers that Stanke had pounded on her door and after being refused entry, forced her way inside. The victim was afraid and shoved Stanke back outside and locked the door. A witness provided information consistent with the victim's account of events.

Stanke agreed to perform field sobriety tests and exhibited eight of a possible 18 clues of impairment. A search of her van located a purse which contained three pipes and a green leafy substance which tested positive for THC. Stanke denied consuming any alcohol or controlled substances and denied that the pipes and suspected marijuana belonged to her.
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