Troy D. Maynard, 44, of Pekin, Ill. Charges filed Oct. 4 include possession of methamphetamine, third offense OWI and possession of an illegally obtained prescription.

Felony charges filed in Marathon County Circuit Court for the week ending Oct. 4, 2018. All photos courtesy of the Marathon County Sheriff’s Department.

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Timi L. Hickerson, 46, of Withee. Felony charges filed Oct. 4 include possession of methamphetamine.
Dustin L. Withers, 31, of Wausau. Felony charges filed Oct. 4 include manufacturing or delivering heroin and two counts of bail jumping.
Deitrik J. Ellis, 20, of Spencer. Felony charges filed Oct. 4 include failure to report to jail.
Chue Yang, 31, of Wausau. Charges filed Oct. 4 include battery and bail jumping.
Tranisha D. Clark, 30, of Wausau. Felony charges filed Oct. 3 include criminal damage to property over $2,500 and attempted arson of a building without the owner’s consent.
Timothy A. Gilbertson, 34, of Wausau. Felony charges filed Oct. 3 include three counts of possessing child pornography.
Shannon L. Bird, 42, of Wausau. Felony charges filed Oct. 1 include 4th offense OWI.
Shad A. Krause, 48, of Wausau. Felony charges filed Oct. 1 include 5th offense OWI and bail jumping.
Ryan N. Nest, 3, of Wausau. Felony charges filed Oct. 1 include two counts of forgery and two counts of bail jumping.
Kelly G. Powers, 55, of Wausau. Felony charges filed Oct. 1 include 8th offense OWI.
Herbert M. Johnson, 20, of Rothschild. Felony charges filed Oct. 1 include armed robbery with use of force, first degree recklessly endangering safety, fleeing an officer, receiving stolen property, possession of a firearm as a convicted felon and possession of marijuana with intent to deliver.
Destine Clayborn, 19, of Wausau. Charges filed Oct. 2 and Aug. 27 include possession of marijuana with intent to deliver, fraudulent use of a credit card as party to a crime and seven counts of bail jumping.
Charles W. Richey, 47, of Marathon. Charges filed Oct. 1 include bail jumping and disorderly conduct.
Caitlinn M. Rosenberg, 20, of Wausau. Felony charges filed Oct. 1 include harboring or aiding a felon.
Troy D. Maynard, 44, of Pekin, Ill. Charges filed Oct. 4 include possession of methamphetamine, third offense OWI and possession of an illegally obtained prescription.

12 replies on “Marathon County Crime Gallery: Oct. 4”

  1. Why are blacks over-represented as a percentage of the population in this hall of shame every week? Do the police just have it in for them or is black culture just producing more criminals?

    1. So there’s a “percentage quota” that’s supposed to be followed? You’re freaking kidding, right? Perhaps you should do some research (using this thing called the internet) and I’m guessing you’ll find that blacks (to quote you) commit a much larger proportion of crimes opposed to their percentage of the population. You might not want to hear that, but FACTS are sometimes painful.

  2. Hopefully, you all agree that the child pornography charge trumps all other discussions this week. 🙂

  3. Wisconsin has a problem, we rank second per capita for incarceration of our citizens and we rank number one for incarceration of minorities… and at $40,000 each we are spending more on prison than education.

    Since we are at the cross roads go 39 and 29, we see a lot of people and drugs coming through Wausau and Marathon County.

    So yes we have a higher rate of incarceration and revocations!

  4. 5th and 8th OWL. How did they have access to a vehicle after 3rd. I’m sure most offences are done by renters. Renters don’t have to get background checks and landlords don’t care as long as they get that rent check. Put these offenders to work 7 days a week without pay,, stop spending money on incarceration,

    1. Think bigger. Everyone knows someone with a crazy bad choice that resulted in a DUI. I agree if you received a 3rd you have a problem but immediately assuming they are renters, clearly and without thinking that hard makes you seem foolish. Taking people out of their families because of their addiction is stupid. The weed has in my 47 years killed no one, alcohol has and continues to kill people and destroyfamilies for over 100 years, yet it’s celebrated everywhere you go and legal? The legal system is a business, not there at all to serve&Protect anyone but the gov and wealthy!

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