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Felony mugshot gallery: June 9-15

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Felony charges filed in Marathon County Circuit Court, June 9-15, 2017. All photos courtesy of the Marathon County Sheriff’s Department.


Editor’s note: This weekly feature of the Wausau Pilot & Review is being published in response to reader concerns about crime and safety in the Wausau area. Wausau Pilot & Review does not publish photos of minors or of people accused of misdemeanors or minor infractions. A charge is not the same as a conviction. Unless a judgment of conviction is entered, the defendant is presumed innocent of all charges. Please email comments and concerns to editor@wauaupilotandreview.com.


Tanya L Muzynoski dob 03-27-1980
Tanya L. Muzynoski, 37, of Schofield. Felony charges filed June 14 include possession of methamphetamine and possession of narcotic drugs.
Michael J Strobach dob 03-31-1981
Michael J. Strobach, 36, of Abbotsford. Felony charges filed June 12 include misappropriation of identification to avoid a penalty and possession of methamphetamine.
Paul N Dietz dob 12-04-1980
Paul N. Dietz, 36, of Wausau. Felony charges filed June 13 include manufacturing or delivering heroin, manufacturing or delivering schedule IV drugs, and maintaining a drug trafficking place.
Shaine M Spiller dob 02-13-1972
Shaine M. Spiller, 45, of Wausau. Felony charges filed June 12 include possession of heroin with intent to deliver.
Vincent T Laduron dob 08-10-1991
Vincent T. Laudron, 35, of Schofield. Felony charges filed June 15 include possession of methamphetamine.
Taylor j Bridges dob 02-10-1992
Taylor J. Bridges, 25, of Wausau. Felony charges filed June 9 include stalking/using a dangerous weapon.
Taydisa M Strassburg dob 07-05-1993
Taydisa M. Strassburg, 23, of Schofield. Felony charges filed June 9 include possession of methamphetamine.
Sarah J King dob 06-05-1959
Sarah J. King, 58, of Wausau. Felony charges filed June 14 include retail theft between $500 and $5,000.
Kenneth A Benson dob 02-08-1991
Kenneth A. Benson, 26, of Wausau. Felony charges filed June 14 include possession of methamphetamine and possession of narcotic drugs.
Jeanie V Beighley dob 04-28-1985
Jeanie V. Beighley, 32, of Wausau. Felony charges filed June 13 include manufacturing or delivering heroin, manufacturing or delivering schedule IV drugs, manufacturing or delivering schedule I, II narcotics and maintaining a drug trafficking place.
Johanna Gregory dob 11-01-1997
Johanna Gregory, 19, of Stevens Point. Felony charges filed June 12 include possession of cocaine with intent to deliver.
Jacqueline K Frank dob 05-29-1969
Jacqueline K. Frank, 48, of Kronenwetter. Felony charges filed June 15 include possession of methamphetamine.
Jay W Zunker dob 06-02-1964
Jay W. Zunker, 53, of Athens. Felony charges filed June 12 include child abuse/intentionally causing harm.
Jason D Schillinger dob 03-30-1974
Jason D. Schillinger, 43, of Mosinee. Felony charges filed June 13 include possession of methamphetamine.
Jamie C Hunt dob 07-14-1982(1)
Jamie C. Hunt, 34, of Mosinee. Felony charges filed June 12 include 1st degree recklessly endangering safety, 2nd degree recklessly endangering safety, substantial battery, and two counts of strangulation/suffocation.
Johnathan C Coleman dob 07-19-1995
Johnathan C. Coleman, 21, of Hatley. Felony charges filed June 12 include fleeing an officer.
Joseph A Schauder dob 12-19-1961
Joseph A. Schauder, 55, of Schofield. Felony charges filed June 14 include retail theft between $500 and $5,000.
Crissey M Morrissey dob 09-20-1982
Chrissey M. Morrissey, 34, of Medford. Felony charges filed June 12 include possession of methamphetamine.
Debra L Weiler dob 01-28-1990
Debra L. Weiler, 27, of Schofield. Felony charges filed June 14 include possession of methamphetamine and possession of narcotic drugs.
Alan J Haddon dob 12-10-1982
Alan J. Haddon, 34, of Wausau. Felony charges filed June 8 include possession of methamphetamine.

Editor’s note: This weekly feature of the Wausau Pilot & Review is being published in response to reader concerns about crime and safety in the Wausau area. Wausau Pilot & Review does not publish photos of minors or of people accused of misdemeanors or minor infractions. A charge is not the same as a conviction. Unless a judgment of conviction is entered, the defendant is presumed innocent of all charges. Please email comments and concerns to editor@wauaupilotandreview.com.

17 Comments

  1. Take a look at these people. 13 out of 19 are drug related. No, not marijuana, drugs. Meth and Heroin. We as a society post their pictures like it’s entertainment. Let’s see who fucked up, now. I find it tragic and unacceptable. These people are someone’s family. Being addicted to meth or heroin are illnesses and should be treated as such. While these lost souls sit in jail and await their fate, they will be forced to get clean the hard way. There is little to no support for people who are sick in our jails. It’s no fucking joke. We can do better for our children. I am heartbroken looking at these pictures, and if your not, you are part of the problem.

    • Gary, you’re making a LOT of assumptions. Entertainment? How exactly? I fail to see any kind of macabre comments or references to the mugshot pics posted here or anywhere else for that matter. Regarding the addiction to meth or heroin being an “illness”, that’s up for debate. What ISN’T up for debate is whether it’s illegal or not. Maybe, just maybe people should attempt to know what’s right from wrong, show self control and be responsible for their own actions. What a novel concept, huh? No, I’m personally NOT heartbroken looking at those pictures. I’m more mad than anything else. Looking at people who had the same opportunities in life as most of us have, but decided to be irresponsible, non-productive people and literally piss away their lives. Yeah, that makes me MAD. As taxpayers, ALL of us in some way, shape or form are footing the bill for these people because of the decisions THEY made. THAT’S the part that’s “no fucking joke”. Sorry, but I’m sure as hell not the cause for the problems these people have……any more than you’re the cause of any problem(s) I might have in life.
      I’ll take full responsibility for MY actions. Why should these people be any different? It’s a mean world out there for all of us, Gary. Some decide to be responsible and some don’t. That’s not MY freaking problem and I’ll NEVER feel an ounce of responsibility for it.

      • Someday you might find a loved one fighting with addiction. Maybe then you can have an ounce of compassion. That is the problem, no compassion or caring for other humans. That anger you have comes from somewhere. Maybe see a counselor and work on yourself before judging everyone else. I have compassion for even you, hopefully one day the rest of the world will learn compassion and teach it to their children.

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  2. call1911 wrote “Looking at people who had the same opportunities in life as most of us have, but decided to be irresponsible, non-productive people and literally piss away their lives. ”
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    I heard a former heroin addict’s answer to a question of “talking responsibility” for her actions. She pointed out that in the beginning, when she first tried the drug, she could make a willful decision to use or not use, however once addicted, for her, she was no longer in control of her actions – the need/desire for the drug was. Having known a fair number of chronic alcoholics when I lived in Marathon County her words rang true with what I witnessed there. Long term treatment options are what is needed, not puritanical declarations from people who do not understand how addiction works or affects people – or how best to break the cycle on an individual basis.

    • Thanks for proving my point, Greg. When she first tried the drug, she could make a willful decision…… EXACTLY. So don’t try a big time freaking drug in the first place. What exactly is SO difficult about that to understand? Spare me the condescending, righteous crap about how good and caring you are. I’ve known plenty of people in my life who had drug and alcohol problems. I’ve lived in two major large cities for extended time(s) and I DO know what I’m talking about. Puritanical declarations? Pfffft…..shove it. If holding people responsible for their actions, expecting them to be ADULTS and productive with their lives is “puritanical”, so be it. Much rather be that than some bleeding heart fool who loves to spend other people’s money and blames everyone else for someone else’s personal problems.

      • call1911 wrote, “Thanks for proving my point, Greg. ”
        .
        I’m not sure I know what your point is? Your argument seems to be based on anger that the world does not conform to your view of it, also you say that you are mad because it is costing you money. My point is that we will not solve the GROWING problem of drug addictions by asking people to “just say no,” that approach clearly has not worked. If you want to save money you might want to look at treatment programs. Quoting WaPo:

        “The 2014 numbers, the latest available for every state and the District of Columbia, reflect a 64 percent increase for inpatient care and a 99 percent jump for emergency room treatment compared to figures from 2005. Their trajectory likely will keep climbing if the epidemic continues unabated.”

        –“Nation’s opioid epidemic is flooding hospitals and ERs, new data show”
        https://www.adn.com/nation-world/2017/06/20/nations-opioid-epidemic-is-flooding-hospitals-and-ers-new-data-show/

  3. Greg, trust me….I’m not angry. “Just say no” is BS. We all know that. My simple point is about basically two things. First, it’s about personal responsibility. Of course we all make crappy decisions at some point in our lives. I’m sure as hell not going to claim I haven’t, but I’ve also always been fully aware of the consequences of my actions. ALL of these people are adults and the last time I checked, being an adult carries responsibilities and consequences for one’s actions. In no way, shape or form am I saying there shouldn’t be counseling or drug programs to help those addicted, but at the same time, these ADULTS need to be held legally responsible for their actions, including financially.
    Save me from the stupid WaPo quotes. You might as well quote a comic book as far as I’m concerned. Of course drug addiction is a problem. If you look at my first post in this thread, I stated that. We agree, but we’ll probably eternally disagree on what the solution or at least part of the solution will/could be.
    Digging deeper, it’s most likely also a parental (or lack thereof) issue. That’s a whole other can ‘o worms that I won’t bother to get into right now.
    Your last link……yeah, ok. Again, you act like you’re the only one who realizes this. Lastly (and this is the last time I’m going to comment in this thread) and again, if YOU want to finance people for making crappy……often deadly…..decisions as adults and if you want to feel responsible for that, be my guest. I and I’d wager most people aren’t too thrilled at the concept of being financially responsible and are also tired of the constant excuses made by people like you…..for them. I don’t expect you or anyone to pay for my screw ups, yet I’m supposed to finance illegal drug user’s treatment(s)? Nope. Sorry. Call me whatever stupid name you want. I truly couldn’t care less.

    • Why don’t you crawl back under the rock you came out of. I feel sorry for whatever family you have, “I’m not angry” as you yell and swear and angrily post to a website. My guess is you do this often everywhere. What’s the word, oh yeah troll. Would you kindly take your hate, anger and intolerant views and shove them up your a$$. 🙂

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