Judge Dismisses Two of Three Charges in Case Against Former Rhinelander City Administrator
A judge has dismissed two out of three charges against the former Rhinelander City Administrator.
Daniel Guild appeared via video in Oneida County Court Friday for a motion hearing.
Price County Judge Kevin Klein is presiding over the case.
According to online court records, Judge Klein dismissed two charges of tampering with public records. Those two charges were added six months after the original charge.
In March of this year, Guild was arrested and charged with Misconduct in Public Office and Failure to Perform Known Duty.
He is currently out of jail on a signature bond.
His arrest followed a more than three-month investigation by the Oneida County Sheriff's Department regarding open records requests.
The original charge is moving forward. The next court date has not yet been set.
Judge Klein also dismissed Guild’s Attorney’s motion to disqualify Oneida County District Attorney Michael Schiek.