Jesse J. Wohlrabe, 26, Readfield, was charged with possession of an illegally obtained prescription, two counts of possession of drug paraphernalia, theft, obstructing an officer and five counts of felony bail jumping.
On Nov. 30, 2011, Wohlrabe was charged with burglary, possession of burglary tools, theft, criminal damage to property and possession of drug paraphernalia.
He was released from custody on a $3,000 signature bond, with the condition that he not commit any crimes.
On Dec. 28, 2011, Wohlrabe was charged with burglary, theft, negligent operation of a vehicle and six counts of bail jumping.
He was released after seven days in jail on a $2,500 signature bond, with the condition that he not commit any crimes.
On May 29, 2012, Wohlrabe appeared in Waupaca County Circuit Court and was charged with 10 counts of check forgery.
The judge set a $500 cash bond with the condition that Wohlrabe not commit any crimes.
On Nov. 6, 2012, Wohlrabe appeared before Judge Raymond Huber and entered pleas of no contest to one count of forgery uttering and one count of burglary.
All other charges were dismissed and read into the record.
Sentencing was scheduled for Jan. 18, 2013.
The conditions of Wohlrabe’s bonds remained in effect.
At approximately 7:45 p.m. on Jan. 1, Waupaca County Sheriff’s Deputy Chad Repinski made a traffic stop on White Clover Road, near State Highway 161, after observing a vehicle with a malfunctioning taillight.
After identifying the driver as Wohlrabe, Repinski learned his license had been suspended.
Repinski subsequently discovered that Wohlrabe’s female passenger had needles and two bottles of prescription pain medications in her purse. He also reported finding a duffle bag behind the back seat of the vehicle with syringes and tin cups allegedly used to heat and liquefy pills for injection.
A wallet was also in the duffle bag.
Inside the wallet were two driver’s licenses, a debit card belonging to two different people and a corrections officer’s ID card.
When Repinski questioned Wohlrabe about the wallet, he said he found it in his mother’s car and planned to return it to its owner.
Repinski called the wallet’s owner, who said the wallet had been stolen in early December and at least $300 in fraudulent charges had been made with his debit card.
He said he did not know Wohlrabe.
Wohlrabe is currently being held in custody on a $5,000 cash bond.