More burglary and theft charges have been filed against Joseph M. Conley, 33, Waupaca.
Conley was charged with burglary and theft in February for a July 2014 incident.
He was charged with burglary and theft on April 28 for a June 2014 incident.
According to the criminal complaint, a couple living in Royalton told Waupaca County Sheriff’s Deputy Dan Lewinski on June 14, 2014, that they had gone out the previous evening and discovered that their change jar was missing.
They described the change jar as a large, plastic Packers’ beer bottle with an estimated $1,500 in currency and coins in it.
The couple suspected Conley because he had helped the couple move into their home about a week earlier.
The night of the burglary, Conley texted the husband and asked if he was at work, the complaint says. The husband replied that he was going out to dinner with his wife and friends.
On June 18, Lewinski learned that Conley made a $357 deposit into the Coin Star machine at the Waupaca Pick ‘n Save.
He subsequently met with the store’s loss prevention investigator and obtained copies of the surveillance video and the transaction receipt.
From the video, Lewinski identified the man making the coin deposit as Conley, who could be seen holding a bottle with a “G” on it.
The victims viewed the tape on June 27 and identified the man as Conley and the bottle as the one stolen from their home.