A Minocqua Police Officer charged following an alleged domestic abuse incident has reached a plea deal with prosecutors, avoiding a jury trial.
Wednesday, in Oneida County Court Mark Ferencevich pleaded guilty to disorderly conduct. Two charges of operating a firearm while intoxicated were dismissed.
In a short press release, sent out in February, Minocqua Police Chief Andrew Gee says his officers were called to Ferencevich's residence after 3:30am on February 18.
As a result of the investigation, Gee says Ferencevich was taken into custody and booked on charges of Endangering Safety by Use of a Dangerous Weapon and Disorderly Conduct/Domestic Abuse.
Chief Gee would also not say if the weapon involved was Ferencevich's police gun.
During the investigation, Ferencevich was on paid leave, which is standard operating procedure.
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