- Police think Michael Schettino pointed a handgun at another driver on Highway 51 in May. Police say he then drove through the parking lot of MHLT Elementary school in Minocqua. The school was put on lockdown because of what happened.
Schettino was in court Wednesday. He took a plea agreement. His two misdemeanors could be dismissed if he follows the terms of the agreement for two years.
"The state has the option if they have evidence indicating that you have not complied with the terms of the agreement to bring this matter back into court," Judge Michael Bloom told Schettino, "and if they presented evidence to establish that you were not in compliance that I could enter judgment on your pleas without any further proceedings and go immediately to sentencing."
The terms he needs to follow are not having any guns and not going on property owned by the Minocqua School District without permission.
"I went and met with the superintendent Tuesday and he decided we could just start fresh," Schettino told Judge Bloom." I won't have to contact them every time I go to pick up my kids."
Oneida County Court will review if he's followed the terms of the agreement in August 2016.