Jeremy J. Roe, 41, Waupaca, is charged with two counts burglary, two counts theft, two counts criminal damage to property and 12 counts of felony and misdemeanor bail jumping.
On Dec. 23, 2013, a 911 caller reported that someone broke into his construction site trailer on Highland Drive in the town of Farmington. Numerous tools and equipment, estimated to be worth more than $3,500, had been stolen.
On Jan. 28, a garage break-in was reported on the N2700 block of County Road QQ in Farmington. The caller was watching the home of a friend who was away on vacation.
Waupaca County Sheriff’s Deputy Dave Huberty made contact with the owner of the garage. The owner emailed a list of the tools that had been in the garage.
On Jan. 31, Deputy Tim Myers pulled over a pickup truck with a burnt-out taillight and a loud exhaust.
The driver, identified as Roe, had a revoked license.
On Feb. 2, after Myers learned that Roe sold dozens of items to pawn shops in Appleton and Wausau in January, he and Detective Sgt. James Gorman questioned Roe.
According to the criminal complaint, Roe admitted to both burglaries.
Since June 2013, Waupaca County prosecutors have filed seven felony cases against Roe.