Colt J. Flynn, 20, Manawa, was charged with felony bail jumping and disorderly conduct.
On the evening of Sunday, Jan. 18, Sgt. John Helgeson, with the Waupaca Police Department, was advised of a 911 hang-up call from an apartment on Harrison Street.
When he arrived, Helgeson met with a woman who said she wanted Flynn out of her apartment. Flynn’s mother was also there.
Helgeson advised Flynn that he needed to leave and Flynn responded that he would leave with his mother, the complaint says.
As Helgeson was leaving the scene, he noticed that Flynn was not in the car with his mother, but was walking away.
Helgeson approached Flynn in his squad car and Flynn took off running, the complaint says.
Flynn was later found allegedly hiding behind a bush near Waupaca Taekwando Academy, around the intersection of Harrison and Wisconsin streets.
After Helgeson said he would be detaining him on a probation hold, Flynn reportedly became angry and started yelling obscenities. He then began banging his head against the window of Helgeson’s squad car.
Flynn was taken to the jail, where a preliminary breath test indicated he had a 0.172 blood-alcohol level. He was also cited for underage drinking.
On Oct. 30, 2014, Flynn was charged in Waushara County with three felony counts of delivery of marijuana and released on a $2,500 signature bond with the condition that he maintain absolute sobriety and not commit any crimes.
On Dec. 29, 2014, Flynn appeared in Waupaca County Circuit Court and was convicted of misdemeanor battery as an act of domestic abuse and placed on two years of probation.
At that time, Judge Raymond Huber ruled that Flynn’s record would be expunged if he successfully completed probation.