Jake T. Deboer, 19, Greenvile, is charged in Waupaca County Circuit Court with two counts of felony bail jumping, two counts of misdemeanor bail jumping, possession of marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia.
On April 2, Deboer appeared in Outagamie County Circuit Court on felony marijuana charges and was released on a $500 cash bond with the condition that he not commit any crimes and maintain absolute sobriety.
Shortly after 12:30 a.m. Sept. 7, Waupaca County Sheriff’s Deputy Josh Krueger was patrolling on Bean City Road in Mukwa when he saw a vehicle parked near Poppy’s Rock.
The place is known to law enforcement for underage drinking parties and drug use.
Krueger ran a license check on the vehicle and found that it was registered to Deboer.
The deputy climbed to the top of the granite outcropping and found an unattended, burning campfire. He attempted to stomp it out, then returned to his squad car for water and used that to extinguish the fire.
Krueger called out several times, but nobody responded. He then drove to the intersection of Bean City and Manske roads and waited.
At approximately 1:20 a.m., Krueger saw the vehicle from Poppy’s Rock turn onto Manske Road. He pulled the vehicle over.
While explaining to the driver, identified as Deboer, that leaving a fire unattended was a problem, Krueger noticed that his eyes appeared red and glassy. He subsequently confiscated marijuana and a pipe from Deboer.