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A late fee of .00 will be applied if payment is not received prior to five (5) days from date of issuance.
If payment for a parking citation is not received within 30 days of being issued, the vehicle registration of the violating vehicle will be suspended through the Wisconsin Department of Motor Vehicles, resulting in additional fees as well. Answer: Traffic and ordinance citations issued by the Stanley Police Department are processed through either the Chippewa County or Clark County Clerk of Circuit Court Offices.
Payments for outstanding forfeitures can be completed in the following ways: 1) You can pay cash in person at the Chippewa County Clerk of Courts Office (711 North Bridge Street, Chippewa Falls, WI, 54729 (Chippewa County Courthouse) or pay by check or money order by mail at the address listed above.
Make check or money orders payable to CLERK OF COURTS.
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If you see your name posted here after you have taken care of the warrant and prior to the weekly change, please let us know so it can be removed. Pavlekovich 10/2/1965 Release Date 11/17/2015 50 Years of Age White Male5'09" 185 pounds Shaved Head Hazel eyes204 West 14th Street - extended supervision with DOC (GPS monitoring for life)Pursuant to WI State Statute 301.46(2m), the Marshfield Police Department is authorized to inform the public about a convicted sex offender release in to our community. Pavlekovich has been convicted of multiple sex offenses.
His criminal history places him in a classification level which reflects the potential to re-offend. Pavlekovich has served the sentence imposed on him by the courts. This notification is not intended to increase fear; rather, it is our belief that an informed public is a safer public. Pavlekovich has been convicted of First Degree Sexual Assault of a Child (2000), Fourth Degree Sexual Assault (2005), Second Degree Sexual Assault of a Child (2012), and Exposing a Child to Harmful Materials (2012).