A Minnesota woman is sentenced after stealing thousands from Walmarts across western Wisconsin, including here in Eau Claire.
The man convicted of killing a Rusk County deputy will be sentenced Wednesday and we are learning what prosecutors are recommending for his sentence.
Nicholas Goodwin, 36, was sentenced to a year of Huber and three years of probation in Barron County court on Monday.
Pierre Amyotte pleaded guilty to child enticement in August in exchange for two other charges being dropped.
Alex Bawek pleaded guilty to child enticement in Eau Claire County Court in exchange for two other charges being dismissed.
Jeromy Mathews, 48, was charged last year after a boy reported the assaults to people at his school.
Both are charged with conspiracy to commit sexual assault, kidnapping, mayhem and stalking among other charges.
According to court documents, Arthur Simmons Jr., from Eau Claire, was found guilty of one count of trafficking a child, but not guilty of repeated sexual assault.
According to the criminal complaint, the incident happened on September 30. The victim said he sent a text message to his mother from Markham’s cell phone saying he had not gotten to eat all day and was hungry.
Thursday, Donald Bass Jr. pleaded guilty to the most severe charge – homicide by vehicle, using a controlled substance. In exchange, the remaining three felony charges were dropped.
Tyler Stratton-Anstice, 22, was sentenced on Wednesday to 10 years in federal prison for planning to distribute 500 grams or more of meth. He pleaded guilty to the charge on July 26.
The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) says a Town of Madison man was arrested and faces a federal charge for trying to buy radioactive material with the intent to kill someone.
One of three people accused of robbing 30 storage units in the area will serve time in prison.