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Former Bay JV basketball coach gets 10 years prisonMay 16, 2013ELKHORN — "Shane McKinley is a predator," Judge John Race said before sending the former Williams Bay JV basketball coach to prison for 10 years.
After serving 10 years in prison, the 28-year-old will spend another five years on extended supervision. McKinley also must register as a sex offender for the rest of his life.
During an emotional hearing, two girls talked about having a sexual relationship with McKinley when they were underage.
May 16, 2013A Lake Geneva man was sentenced to one year in prison for delivering heroin in Walworth County.
Michael A. Moore, 42, pleaded guilty May 2 to a felony charge of delivering heroin.
He also was sentenced to two years of extended supervision. ...subscribers>>
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Former coach McKinley sentenced for sexual assaultMay 09, 2013A former Williams Bay JV basketball coach was sentenced this afternoon to 10 years in prison for a sexual relationship he had with a student.After serving the prison sentence, Shane S. McKinley, 28, now of Texas, will spend five years on extended supervision. He also must register as a sex offender.During an emotional hearing, two girls talked about having a sexual relationship with McKinley when they were underage. The girls said McKinley was verbally abusive and manipulating.
Teen gets probation for armed robberyMay 09, 2013A 19-year-old Silver Lake, man was sentenced to eight years of probation for his role in the 2009 holdup of an Elkhorn gas station.Tyler J. Trnovec, 408 Anita Court, pleaded guilty April 25 to a felony charge of armed robbery. According to the criminal complaint:
...subscribers>> Pell Lake men face burglary chargeMay 09, 2013Two Pell Lake men are accused of breaking into the Lakeside Country Store and one is believed to have returned a couple of days later to purchase energy drinks. Donald A. Monroe, 18, and Matthew Monroe, 17, both of W932 Pell Lake Drive, have been charged with felony burglary and misdemeanor counts of criminal damage to property and theft. If convicted of all counts both men face up to 14 years imprisonment and $45,000 in fines.
...subscribers>> Delavan man sentenced to jail for theftMay 09, 2013A 20-year-old Delavan man was sentenced to four months in jail with work release privileges for his role in thefts from the East Delavan Union Cemetery Association. Matthew O. Soukup, 706 Faryl Ave., No. 12, also was sentenced to 40 hours of community service, which he already completed. Soukup is eligible to have his record expunged if he successfully completes his sentence. He pleaded guilty to a felony charge of identity theft for financial gain.Soukupís grandmother, Sandra A. Behn, 75, pleaded guilty March to a felony charge of theft from a business setting, and was sentenced April 12 to two years of probation.
...subscribers>> Kenosha woman guilty of selling heroinMay 09, 2013A 45-year-old Kenosha woman pleaded guilty April 17 to a felony charge of delivering heroin. Kristi F. Doll was arrested after she sold heroin to a confidential informant in Lake Geneva on Jan. 6. Doll was sentenced to three years of probation and must complete 100 hours of community service.
...subscribers>> Man accused of child sexual assaultMay 09, 2013A 19-year-old Lake Geneva man is accused of sexually assaulting a 10-year-old girl.If convicted, Roberto O. Sanchez-Nova, 1167 S. Wells St., Apt. No. 2, faces a felony charge of 60 years imprisonment.Sanchez-Nova is being held in the Walworth County jail in lieu of a $20,000 cash bond.
...subscribers>> Illinois man faces pot chargeMay 09, 2013Police arrested a 31-year-old Schaumburg, Ill., man after finding six grams of marijuana during an April 21 traffic stop.Jermaine M. Cooper faces a felony charge of possession of marijuana with intent to deliver marijuana. He has been charged as a repeat offender.According to the criminal complaint:
...subscribers>> Lake Geneva man guilty of heroin possessionMay 09, 2013A 27-year-old Lake Geneva man was sentenced to two years of probation April 19 after he pleaded guilty to a felony charge of possession of a narcotic drug.Ryan G. Lempel, 801 S. Wells St., Upper Unit, also pleaded guilty to a misdemeanor charge of resisting or obstructing an officer.As a condition of his probation, Lempel was sentenced to three months in jail with work-release privileges and ordered to complete 160 hours of community service.
...subscribers>> Man faces marijuana chargeMay 09, 2013A 21-year-old Waukegan, Ill., man faces four felony marijuana charges.Matthew C. Oliva was arrested after he allegedly sold the drug to a confidential informant in the city of Lake Geneva.Oliva faces three felony counts of delivering marijuana and one count of possession of marijuana with intent to deliver. If convicted of the felonies, Oliva faces up to 14 years imprisonment and $40,000 in fines.