Hanneman sentenced on Aggravated Assault charge
A 32-year-old Madison man has been sentenced for assaulting a law enforcement officer. Kyle Hanneman was sentenced Tuesday in Lake County Circuit Court on one count of Aggravated Assault against a Law Enforcement Officer for an incident in the county last July. Hanneman was arrested after a high speed pursuit through Lake and Miner County, which in the process of he drove head on at Lake County Sheriff Tim Walburg and other law enforcement. Hanneman earlier pleaded guilty to the charge as part of a plea agreement with the state.
Circuit Judge Pat Pardy sentenced Hanneman to serve eight years in the state penitentiary, but suspended the prison time on several conditions, including that he serve 180 days in the county jail and be on probation for eight years. Judge Pardy also ordered that Hanneman pay fine and costs of just more than six-hundred dollars, re-pay his court appointed attorney’s fees, and not to possess any firearms or other dangerous weapons, among several other conditions. Judge Pardy said he will also allow Hanneman to have work and treatment release from the jail.