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Marathon County Felony Mugshots, week ending April 12

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Felony charges filed in Marathon County Circuit Court for the week ending April 12, 2018. 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 people accused of minor infractions or photos of minors, except in extreme circumstances.

A charge is not the same as a conviction. Unless a judgment of conviction is entered, the defendant is presumed innocent of all charges. Contact editor@wausaupilotandreview.com with questions and comments.

Travis S. Oknewski, 38, of Wittenberg. Felony charges filed April 6 and April 10 include possession of methamphetamine, identity theft, and two counts of issuing worthless checks greater than $2,500.
Tiara R. Bonilla, 26, of Athens. Felony charges filed April 12 include possession of heroin with intent to deliver and three counts of manufacturing or delivering heroin.
Nou O. Yang, 24, of Hatley. Charges filed April 9 include resisting or obstructing an officer and bail jumping.
Michelle L. Seehafer, 48, of Wausau. Felony charges filed April 5 include maintaining a drug trafficking place and possession of methamphetamine as party to a crime.
Logan M. Anderson, 28, of Rothschild. Felony charges filed April 6 include exposing a child to harmful material, as a repeater.
Lincoln Mitchell, 26, of Wausau. Felony charges filed April 10 include possession of methamphetamine.
Kyleley E. Olds, 32, of Wausau. Felony charges filed April 9 include 16 counts of possessing child pornography, as a repeater.
Jonathon S. Lee, 19, of Wausau. Felony charges filed April 5 include maintaining a drug trafficking place.
Jeffrey A. Bennett, Jr., 33, of Wausau. Felony charges filed April 10 include escape while under extended supervision.
Jason M. Davidson, 43, of Wausau. Felony charges filed April 6 include possession of methamphetamine, as a repeater.
Jason E. Brendt, 44, of Miles City, Montana. Felony charges filed April 5 include failure to support a child for 120+ days.
James R. Christenson, 41, of Rothschild. Felony charges filed April 5 include manufacturing or delivering amphetamine as party to a crime.
James P. Jackan, 39, of Wausau. Felony charges filed April 10 include 4th offense OWI.
James L. Shea, 18, of Rhinelander. Felony charges filed April 9 include misappropriation of identification to avoid penalty.
Albert L. Jones, 29, of Milwaukee. Felony charges filed April 9 include possession of a firearm as a convicted felon.
Alyssa R. Pingel, 24, of Schofield. Charges filed April 9 include receiving or concealing stolen property and two counts of bail jumping.
Amanda M. Holm, 33, of Rhinelander. Felony charges filed April 10 include possession of methamphetamine, as a repeater.
Andrea M. Clark, 25, of Bryant. Felony charges filed April 10 include bribery of a public official, as a repeater.
Ashley M. Vanderwaal, 32, of Wausau. Felony charges filed April 9 include possession of a firearm as a convicted felon.
Bryant J. Beck, 29, of Wausau. Felony charges filed April 9 include possession of methamphetamine, as a repeater.
Freddie R. Kelly Jr., 34, of Aniwa. Charges filed April 10 include resisting or obstructing an officer and three counts of bail jumping.
Dylan N. Alexandroni, 22, of Wausau. Felony charges filed April 12 include possession of methamphetamine and bail jumping.
Dennis J. Robinson, 28, of Weston. Felony charges filed April 5 include repeated sexual assault of the same child (at least 3 violations of first or second degree sexual assault).
Dawn E. Christenson, 40, of Rothschild. Felony charges filed April 5 include manufacturing or delivering amphetamine as party to a crime and bail jumping.
David Cheng, 34, of Wausau. Felony charges filed April 5 include maintaining a drug trafficking place.
Daniel S. Londerville, 33, of Merrill. Felony charges filed April 9 include fleeing an officer and 2nd offense OWI with a passenger younger than 16.
Ivan L. Sikorsky, 44, of Schofield. Felony charges filed April 5 include first degree recklessly endangering safety.

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