POLK COUNTY -- The Court has sentenced the 3rd woman facing charges from a residential break-in that occurred on New Year’s Eve in Polk County.
DrydenWire.com reported on January 14, 2019 that 3 women were facing criminal charges after the Polk County Sheriff’s Office received a call on December 31, 2018, from a 911 caller who reported that she had just been ‘jumped’ by three women, identified as Katrina Leoso, Michelle Mosay, and Vanessa Mosay; all of Luck, WI.
Charges of Class F Felony Burglary-Building or Dwelling, Class I Felony Substantial Battery-Intend Bodily Harm, and Misdemeanor Criminal Damage to Property (Party to a Crime) were filed against all 3 women. Vanessa Mosay was also charged with Class I Felony Possession of THC (2nd+ Offense).
Online circuit court records show that at a recent hearing Leoso entered a plea of No Contest to her charge of Misdemeanor Criminal Damage to Property. Her other charges were dismissed but read in. The Court ordered a withheld sentence and probation for 6 months. Conditions of probation will require Leoso to follow any programming recommendations and rules of supervision as well as pay court costs and fines.
The Court approved a 3-year Deferred Acceptance of Guilty Plea Agreement on the charge of Substantial Battery-Intend Bodily Harm for Michelle Mosay at a hearing in July 2019. Michelle also entered a plea of Guilty to Misdemeanor Criminal Damage to Property. The Court ordered 6 months of probation on the misdemeanor conviction. Details of Michelle’s DGAP agreement were not listed in online circuit court records, but the conditions of her probation will require her to follow rules of supervision and pay court costs and fines.
On May 8, 2019, DrydenWire.com reported that Vanessa Mosay also entered a 3-year Deferred Plea Acceptance agreement on her charge of Class I Felony Substantial Battery-Intend Bodily Harm.