A New London man will spend time in the Waupaca County jail following sentencing on a probation revocation. 18 year old Kenson D. Mueller originally pleaded guilty in 2018 to two misdemeanor counts of theft in a business setting, reduced from the felony level. Mueller, as an employee of the store, stole over 4000 dollars from the New London Walmart. He was sentenced to serve 2 years probation, but court records indicate he failed to abide by rules of probation. Mueller will now serve 6 months in the county jail, with credit for 118 days already served.
A Waupaca man will jail time following a felony drunk driving conviction. 24 year old Andrew G. Bennett entered a no contest plea to his 4th OWI offense, after crashing his motorcycle into a snowbank at the intersection of U.S. Highway 10 and Anderson Road in the Town of Farmington in April 2018. Bennett was sentenced to 60 days in jail, with 31 days stayed, to be used at the discretion of his probation agent. He was placed on two year’s probation and must pay a fine of 600 dollars plus court costs. Bennett was also lost his driving privileges for two years, and must install an ignition interlock device for two years.