A Rhinelander man has been found guilty on several charges related to a stabbing incident last year.
Shannon Wolf was facing 6 counts, including 3 felonies from the incident last year. During last year’s preliminary hearing, Wolf’s estranged wife testified she was riding with a friend when Wolf forced them to pull over. She said he broke the passenger side window and stabbed her several times.
Yesterday Wolf pleaded guilty to felony counts of Mayhem and aggravated battery according to court records. As an agreement with the guilty plea, 4 other charges were dismissed but will be read in. Those include battery, criminal damage to property recklessly endangering safety.
While the two felony convictions hold a maximum sentence of 46 years in prison, the prosecution is recommended 15 years with additional extended supervision.
That sentencing hearing before Judge Patrick O’Melia will take place on May 24.