John Thillemann has 60 days to put his house up for sale and move out of Wisconsin, according to a plea deal reached Wednesday.
with possession of a machine gun after police found a fully operational AK-47 under Thillemann's bed. Officers were in Thillemann's home while executing a search warrant based on complaints from neighbors that teenage girls were going in and out of his house.
According to a story from The Journal Times, a psychologist's report indicates Thillemann may be suffering from some type of post traumatic stress. While he was in the military, Thillemann served on a military fire base - a weapons support unit in combat - which could be the source of his psychological stress.
In exchange for pleading guilty on a new disorderly conduct charge, Thillemann agreed to put his house up for sale and move out of state. The Journal Times report says Thillemann will move to Texas and owes $1,000 in fines plus court costs.
At his preliminary hearing on the AK-47 was a souvenir of sorts from two tours of duty in Vietnam in 1968 and 1969.
Judge Allan "Pat" Torhorst set a review date of Sept. 18.