MARINETTE COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT
Dylon J. Bubb, 22, Pembine, $406.50, 30 days jail, three years probation, 18 months prison and two years extended supervision stayed, must serve 20 hours of community service per week while unemployed, must serve 10 hours community service per month if employed, must return to work when physically able, cannot enter any establishment whose primary purpose is the sale of alcohol, counseling, assessments and follow through treatment as recommended by agent, must maintain absolute sobriety to include no possession or consumption of alcohol or controlled substances without a valid prescription and taken only as prescribed and as approved by agent; participate in 12 Step Program, submit to random drug and alcohol testing at least once per month, possession of narcotic drugs.
Tonya L. Hultman, 26, 1545 Lundington St. Apt. 508, Marinette, $312, 120 days jail, three years probation, two years prison and two years extended supervision stayed, cannot possess or consume alcohol, cannot enter any establishment whose primary purpose is the sale of alcohol, no contact with known drug users, dealers, drug houses or defendant’s family if using drugs, participate in and successfully complete parenting class, successfully complete AODA and follow through treatment, possession of drug paraphernalia to manufacture/compound/convert into/produce/ or store methamphetamine. Charges of possession of THC, two counts of drug paraphernalia and possession of methamphetamine were dismissed but read in.
Timothy A. Frigge, 47, Green Bay, 120 days jail, three years probation, three years prison and three years extended supervision stayed, no contact with Deputy Elias unless in a professional capacity, must maintain absolute sobriety to include no possession of consumption of alcohol, illegal drugs, intoxicating substances or any other controlled substances without a valid prescription, cannot enter any establishment whose primary purpose is the sale of alcohol, no contact with known drug users, drug dealers or places known where drugs can be obtained illegally, assessments and follow through as recommended by agent, enter into, participate in and successfully complete any assessments, evaluations, treatment programs and/or counseling as directed by agent, battery or threat to judge, prosecutor or law enforcement officer. Two counts of resisting or obstructing an officer and disorderly conduct were dismissed but read in.