The district attorney’s office has filed two separate felony cases against Zachary T. Smith, 22, Weyauwega.
He is charged with burglary, theft and misdemeanor bail jumping for a Jan. 12 incident and with theft, possession of narcotics and misdemeanor bail jumping for a Jan. 14 incident.
On Jan. 12, Weyauwega Police Officer Matt Batte was dispatched to the 100 block of East Main Street. A woman living in an apartment above a computer store had called 911 and reported hearing glass break and the store’s alarm.
When the owner arrived, Batte swept the store, but found nobody inside.
A video surveillance camera showed an image of a man in the store. He appeared to be in his early 20s and wearing a hooded jacket.
A short time later, Batte was driving on Main Street when he saw the store’s owner chasing a man who looked like the suspect in the video.
The man, identified as Smith, had five memory sticks in his possession, according to the criminal complaint.
On Jan. 14, Smith’s grandmother called the Waupaca County Sheriff’s Office and accused Smith of stealing several oxycodone pills from her.