Jeffrey S. Borstad, 29, Marshfield, was charged with possession of narcotics, two counts of possession of a controlled substance, possession of marijuana and four counts of felony bail jumping.
On Dec. 23, 2013, Borstad was charged in Wood County with possession of narcotics and possession of marijuana. He was released from custody on a $2,000 signature bond.
On May 19, Waupaca Police Officer Diana Flatoff ran a vehicle registration check on a 2005 Suzuki motorcycle parked at the Village Inn. The plate came back as stolen/missing from Taylor County.
Flatoff then determined that a person staying at the inn, Borstad, had two active warrants for his arrest from Brown County and Marshfield police.
Officers Paul Benzschawel and Nate Nelson joined Flatoff and attempted to make contact with Borstad or his girlfriend, who were both staying at the Village Inn. They knocked at their door, but there was no answer.
The following day, Flatoff observed a silver car parked alongside the motorcycle in front of Borstad’s room.
She notified Lt. Geoff Johnson, who arrived to assist. Borstad’s girlfriend answered the door when they knocked.
Flatoff told the girlfriend that there were two warrants for Borstad’s arrest and asked to enter the room.
According to the criminal complaint, the girlfriend said no and attempted to close the door. The officers pushed their way into the room. They found Borstad in the bathroom.
Police also reported finding narcotics, heroin and marijuana in the room.