Raymond S. Neeser, 34, Waupaca, was charged Jan. 27 with burglary, theft and felony bail jumping.
On July 24, 2014, Neeser appeared in Waupaca County Circuit Court on an 18-count indictment that included drug trafficking, heroin and narcotics charges. He was released from custody on Aug. 5 on a $10,000 signature bond.
On Aug. 16, Waupaca County Sheriff’s Deputy Chad Repinski responded to a burglary complaint on Sue Lane in the town of Dayton.
The owner said he returned home and found his snowblower hidden in some bushes across the street. The snowblower had been in his locked garage.
When he inspected the garage, the owner found that a side window was slightly ajar. He also discovered that a circular saw was missing, as well as life jackets, boat cushions, fishing poles and anchor ropes.
The owner had photos from a deer camera in a tree that showed two men on his property. One of the photos appeared to be Neeser pulling and pushing a miter saw and table.
Repinski also found that Neeser had pawned a 12-inch miter saw and table at a pawn shop in Grand Chute.
On Dec. 2, 2014, Neeser was sentenced to five years in prison after being convicted of drug trafficking, delivery of heroin and burglary.
He faces up to six years in prison if convicted of burglary.