The following appeared in La Crosse County Circuit Court:

Accused

Mark Wojnarowicz, 39, of Onalaska was charged Tuesday as a fugitive. Wojnarowicz is wanted in Houston County, Minn., for failing to appear for a probation violation hearing, according to the complaint.

Matthew Symitczek, 31, of 927 Avon St. was charged Tuesday with possession with intent to deliver methamphetamine as party to the crime and as a repeat offender. Symitczek had 17 grams of meth on Thursday, according to the complaint.

Brenton Bentzen, 39, of 708 Powell St. was charged Tuesday with felony bail jumping and two counts of forgery. Bentzen forged two checks on Oct. 28, according to the complaint.

Diontae Booth, 21, of 709 S. Seventh St. was charged Tuesday with burglary as party to the crime. Booth stole electronics from a La Crosse apartment on Thursday, according to the complaint.

Michael Wieland, 31, of 333 S. Seventh St. was charged Tuesday with two counts of felony bail jumping. Wieland violated curfew and no contact conditions of his bond on Monday, according to the complaint.

Nicholas Stapka, 23, of Mauston, Wis., was charged Tuesday with possession of methamphetamine. Stapka had meth on Tuesday, according to the complaint.

Wayne Hanson, 49, of West Salem was charged Tuesday with two counts of strangulation, misdemeanor battery, false imprisonment, fourth-degree sexual assault and disorderly conduct. Hanson on Monday hit a woman, strangled her twice and groped her, according to the complaint.

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