An Eau Claire man will spend one year in jail for his role in robbing or attempting to rob three Eau Claire convenience stores and one in Foster over a one-week period. “There weren’t any guns, but there was a certain amount of physicality involved,” Eau Claire County Judge John Manydeeds said Thursday during Aaron M. Schmidt’s sentencing hearing on a felony count of robbery with use of force. “What happened here, in so many ways, was not good. Frankly, Mr.
An Eau Claire teen accused of robbing an Eau Claire taxi driver at knifepoint and sexually assaulting a 15-year-old girl at a Carson Park playground will have the opportunity to have his criminal record expunged. Antonio Cantu, 17, 3111 Otis St., pleaded guilty Thursday in Eau Claire County Court to four felonies: one count of robbery and three counts of bail jumping. Cantu also pleaded guilty to a misdemeanor count of fourth-degree sexual assault. As part of a deferred agreement with
An Eau Claire man will spend seven years on probation for his involvement in a Chippewa Falls armed robbery. Daamon C. Stalson, 22, 472 W. Grand Ave., was sentenced this week in Eau Claire County Court for one felony count of armed robbery. Two additional counts of the same charge were dismissed in January. Judge William Gabler sentenced Stalson to one year in jail and fined him $785. He must pay $1,566 in restitution. As conditions of probation, Stalson cannot drink alcohol, enter taverns,
A 31-year-old Evergreen man will spend 10 months in jail and four years on probation for his role in targeting multiple Eau Claire County convenience stores in a week. Eau Claire County Judge John Manydeeds on Friday also ordered David G. Meiser to pay restitution, undergo an alcohol and other drug assessment and to maintain absolute sobriety. “I want you to be successful,” Manydeeds told Meiser at his sentencing hearing. Meiser pleaded no contest on Nov. 6 to being party to the
Two people are accused of stealing checks from a woman’s outgoing mail for bills and fraudulently passing them at Eau Claire businesses. Dylan J. Corrigan, 30, of 2013 Golden Drive and Morgan A. Moreno, 25, of Fond du Lac are each charged in Eau Claire County Court with a felony count of uttering a forgery and misdemeanor counts of unauthorized opening of letters and theft. According to the criminal complaint: A woman contacted Eau Claire police Dec. 8 toreport the theft of her mail.