The Waupaca County district attorney’s office has filed its sixth criminal case in 10 months against Jeremy J. Roe, 40, Waupaca.
In the most recently filed case, Roe has been charged with operating after revocation (OAR) and felony bail jumping.
On Oct. 25, Waupaca County Sheriff’s Deputy Jon Loken was traveling south on State Highway 49 in rural Scandinavia when he clocked a northbound vehicle at 81 mph. He made a traffic stop.
The driver was identified as Roe. His driver’s license had been revoked for more than five years.
Six days later, Roe was arrested again and charged with a seventh drunken driving offense after he allegedly crashed into a parked vehicle in a supermarket grocery store in Waupaca.
On Feb. 18, Roe was charged with OAR and released on a $500 signature bond with the conditions that he not commit any more crimes and not operate a vehicle without a valid license.
On June 17, Roe was charged with a felony count of felon in possession of a firearm, plus 19 misdemeanor counts including carrying a concealed weapon, bail jumping, possession of a switchblade and OAR. He was released on a $1,000 signature bond with the conditions that he not commit any crimes and not operate a vehicle.
On Aug. 1, Roe was charged with OAR and bail jumping. He was released on a $1,000 signature bond with the same conditions.
On Sept. 9, he was again charged with OAR and bail jumping. He was released on a $1,000 signature bond with the same conditions.
On Nov. 1, Judge Raymond Huber set a $5,000 cash bond and Roe remains in custody.