Violation of rules for probation leads to prison
An Eau Claire man will spend 18 months in prison for violating terms of his probation stemming from a 2016 felony conviction.
Eau Claire County Judge John Manydeeds ordered Charles M. Allen, 46, to spend two years on extended supervision following his release from prison.
Allen was fined $518. As conditions of supervision, he cannot drink alcohol, enter taverns or have contact with known drug dealers or users.
Allen was originally sentenced in October 2016 to three years of probation and 30 days in jail for one count of substantial battery.
According to court records, Allen violated conditions of his probation by using methamphetamine, failing to report for a visit with his agent and making his whereabouts and activities unknown.
Sex assault, threats send EC man to prison
An Eau Claire man will spend three years in prison after he violated conditions of his probation stemming from two felony convictions that occurred in 2017.
Eau Claire County Judge Jon Theisen ordered Alphonso Washington-Davis, 26, 5737 Renee Drive, to spend three years on extended supervision following his release from prison.
Washington-Davis was fined $1,136.
Washington-Davis was originally sentenced in March 2017 to 30 months of probation for one count each of bail jumping and strangulation.
According to court records, Washington-Davis violated terms of his probation by strangling, threatening and sexually assaulting a woman, and being dishonest with law enforcement.
From staff reports