Brownlow, Cornelius N Charges:35-48-4-6.1 Poss of Meth35-45-1-5 Common Nuisance35-48-4-11 Possession Marijuana/Hashish Release Date:10-25-2017 – 6:23 am View Profile >>> Bond:No Bond Sebastian Miguel, Ana Allison, Daniel K View Profile >>> Inmates booked into the Jail within the last 24 hours. Booking Date:10-25-2017 – 5:48 am Kirschbaum, Damon L Booking Date:10-04-2017 – 9:59 am Saunders, Brian L Bond:No Bond Booking Date:10-12-2017 – 4:06 pm Booking #:97894 Release Date:10-24-2017 – 7:23 pm Bond:No Bond Booking Date:10-25-2017 – 1:27 am View Profile >>> Charges:9-30-5-2 Operating Vehicle While Intox View Profile >>> Booking Date:10-24-2017 – 2:02 pm Booking #:97886 Release Date:10-24-2017 – 1:23 pm Bond:No Bond Inmates released from the Jail within the last 24 hours. Booking Date:10-25-2017 – 5:48 am Release Date:10-24-2017 – 10:23 pm Release Date:10-24-2017 – 10:08 am Booking #:97877 Charges:9-24-18-1 Never Receiving Driver License Booking #:97822 Henson, Michael A Bond:$705 Release Date:10-25-2017 – 6:23 am Release Date:10-24-2017 – 11:23 pm Charges:2 Transport Order-Adult Bond:No Bond Charges:35-42-2-1 (1A) Battery Bond:No Bond Bond:No Bond Booking #:97777 Booking #:97893 Charges:3 Out of County Hold Sebastian Miguel, Ana Booking #:97896 View Profile >>> View Profile >>> Charges:35-44-3-6 Failure to Appear Release Date:10-24-2017 – 8:38 pm Booking Date:09-24-2017 – 12:34 pm Bond:No Bond Howard, Jaipur J Roberts, Brian W Brock, Logan M Booking Date:10-24-2017 – 2:11 pm Charges:9-30-5-2(b) Operating Vehicle Intox/ Endangerment9-30-5-1(c) Operating w/Cont Sub or Matabo in body Charges:35-48-4-11 Possession Marijuana/Hashish Booking Date:10-22-2017 – 2:31 pm Bond:$1505 View Profile >>> Cartwright, Aneko A Booking #:97823 View Profile >>> Booking Date:10-12-2017 – 4:10 pm View Profile >>> Bond:No Bond View Profile >>> Booking Date:10-20-2017 – 8:11 pm Booking Date:10-18-2017 – 6:22 pm Booking #:97896 Release Date:10-24-2017 – 1:23 pm Booking #:97702 Charges:35-33-10-1 Rearrest-Adult/Warrant Charges:3 Out of County Hold Booking #:97895 View Profile >>> Charges:9-24-18-1 Never Receiving Driver License Dodson, Robert E Booking #:97869 Bond:No Bond View Profile >>>
Wilhelm hits home run in Game 2 win for Blue DevilsBy Paul LeckerSports ReporterSTEVENS POINT — The Marshfield Post 54 American Legion Junior Blue Devils split a doubleheader with Stevens Point on Monday night, losing 4-1 and winning 13-5 in the twinbill at Bukolt Park.Marshfield (10-5, 7-4 Wisconsin Valley Legion League) was held to four hits in the opener and scored its only run in the fifth inning.In the second game, the Blue Devils hit their stride offensively with 13 hits. Marshfield trailed 4-0 after three innings before scoring six times in the fourth to take the lead for good. The Blue Devils added a pair of runs in the fifth inning and five more in the sixth to win going away.Logan Schreiner went the distance for Marshfield, striking out four and walking two, to earn the victory.Mason Coffren went 3-for-3 with two doubles and two RBIs; Mitch Wilhelm hit a home run and drove in three; and Riley Boushack had a double, a triple, and also drove in three runs for Marshfield.The Blue Devils host Merrill at 4:30 p.m. Thursday at Hackman Field.(Hub City Times Sports Reporter Paul Lecker is also the publisher of MarshfieldAreaSports.com.)Game 1Sixers 4, Blue Devils 1Marshfield 000 010 0 – 1 4 3Stevens Point 202 000 x – 4 7 0Stevens Point roster not provided.LP: Mason Coffren.SO: Coffren (2 inn.) 5, Ryan Zickert (4 inn.) 5. BB: Coffren 0, Zickert 1.Top hitters: M, Zickert 2B, run.—Game 2Blue Devils 13, Sixers 5Marshfield 000 625 0 – 13 13 1Stevens Point 013 010 0 – 5 7 2Stevens Point roster not provided.WP: Logan Schreiner.SO: Schreiner 4. BB: Schreiner 2.Top hitters: M, Riley Boushack 2×5, 2B, 3B, 3 RBIs; Hunter Weik 2×5, run; Coffren 3×3, 2 2Bs, 2 runs, 2 RBIs; Caden Schillinger 2×4, 2 runs; Zickert 2×5, 2 RBIs; Mitch Wilhelm 2×3, HR, 3 runs, 3 RBIs.Records: Marshfield 10-5, 7-4 Wisconsin Valley Legion League; Stevens Point not provided.
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