Prison ordered for repeated drunken driving

MARINETTE — A 31-year-old Green Bay woman will serve time in prison for repeated drunken driving.

Brittany P. Miller was sentenced last week in Marinette County Circuit Court Branch 1 to three years in prison for driving while intoxicated, fifth or sixth offense.

The sentence is followed by three years extended supervision. Additionally, her license was revoked three years, ignition interlock was ordered for three years and she must obtain alcohol assessment.

Charges of driving with a prohibited alcohol concentration and battery or threat to judge, prosecutor, or law enforcement officer were dismissed, but read in for sentencing.

The offense happened March 17, 2016, and Miller entered a no contest plea on Oct. 18.

Man gets prison time for burglary

MARINETTE — A western Wisconsin man will serve prison time for burglary.

Tanner J. Holt Biller, 36, Chippewa Falls, was sentenced last week in Marinette County Circuit Court Branch 2 to three years in prison for burglary to a building or dwelling.

The sentence is followed by four years extended supervision. A charge of theft — movable property, less than $2,500 was dismissed but read in for sentencing.

The offense happened Oct. 15, 2018, and Holt Biller entered a no contest plea on Oct. 18.