Waupaca County deputies arrested two men they found with heroin in Farmington.
Colt J. Flynn, 20, Waupaca, was charged with felony possession of narcotics, possession of drug paraphernalia, two counts of felony bail jumping and two counts of misdemeanor bail jumping.
Andrew P. Craney, 22, Wild Rose, was charged with three felony counts of possession of narcotics and one misdemeanor count of possession of marijuana.
On March 27, Deputy Bryan Strobusch spoke with Flynn’s probation and parole agent. She said she suspected that Flynn and a friend were involved in the purchase of heroin.
The agent asked Strobusch to go to a house on Amy Street, look for a maroon Ford station wagon and take Colt into custody if he found him.
Strobusch drove by several times, but did not see the car until later that afternoon. He found the car parked partially in the roadway and partially on the lawn of the Amy Street address. Craney was sitting in the driver’s seat and Flynn was walking toward the car.
Deputy Nick Traeger also responded to the scene. While Strobusch questioned Colt, Traeger questioned Craney.
Strobusch reported finding a small amount of heroin in Colt’s jacket pocket and a suspected pot pipe.
Traeger found several syringes in Craney’s sweatshirt pocket, heroin in his wallet and three pills in a ring box, the complaint says.
On Oct. 23, 2014, Flynn was charged with felony strangulation, misdemeanor battery and disorderly conduct as acts of domestic abuse. He was convicted of the battery charge while the other charges were dismissed but read into the record on Dec. 29. Flynn was placed on two years of probation.
On Oct. 30, 2014, Flynn was charged with three felony counts of delivery of marijuana in Waushara County and released on a $2,500 signature bond with the condition that he not commit any crimes.
On Jan. 20, Flynn was charged with felony bail jumping and disorderly conduct and released on a $1,000 signature bond.