An Eau Claire man will spend two years in prison for possessing methamphetamine and exposing his young children to the drug. Lamont T. Goss, 24, 1422 Woodland Ave., pleaded guilty recently in Eau Claire County Court to a felony count of possession of meth and a misdemeanor count of child neglect. Two additional counts of child neglect were dismissed. Judge Michael Schumacher ordered Goss to spend three years on extended supervision following his release from prison. He was fined $1,489.
A plea agreement has been reached in a case involving a 38-year-old Augusta man who headed to an Eau Claire park in October thinking he was meeting two girls, 8 and 11, for sex. Jeramiha J. Sackman, 330 E. Grant St., pleaded no contest Thursday in Eau Claire County Court to attempted first-degree sexual assault of a child. Additional charges were dismissed. However, the plea will result in the revocation of a deferred acceptance of a guilty plea agreement for a charge of false imprisonment in