A Waupaca man with three pending criminal cases now faces a heroin charge.
Daryl M. Court, 24, Waupaca, is charged with delivery of heroin and misdemeanor bail jumping.
On Nov. 13, a confidential informant (CI) working with Waupaca County sheriff’s deputies arranged to meet Court at the Burger King parking lot in Waupaca to buy heroin.
Detective Sgt. Julie Thobaben and Deputies Pat McClone and Tim Myers provided the CI with $180 in pre-recorded currency and set up surveillance at the Burger King.
According to the criminal complaint, the officers saw the CI drive into the parking lot, park his vehicle, walk over to a dark green Ford Explorer and speak with the front seat passenger.
McClone identified the passenger as Court.
The CI left the parking lot, met with Myers and Thobaben and gave them a gem pack with suspected heroin.
The CI noticed the amount of heroin seemed short for $180. He called Court and complained. Court reportedly said he was sorry and would give the CI more heroin at a later time.
The call between Court and the CI was recorded, the complaint says.
On April 17, Court was charged with four misdemeanor counts of possession of drug paraphernalia. He was released from custody on a $1,000 signature bond with the condition that he not possess any illegal substances.
On May 5, he was charged with three counts of obstructing an officer, four counts of misdemeanor bail jumping and one count each of disorderly conduct and misdemeanor bail jumping.
Court was released from custody on a $2,000 signature bond with the conditions that he not possess any weapons, not possess any illegal substances or drug paraphernalia and comply with the recommendations of the Department of Health and Human Services.
On Oct. 14, Court was charged with retail theft and misdemeanor bail jumping. He was released on a $1,000 signature bond with the condition that he not go to the Kwik Trip on West Fulton Street in Waupaca.
On Dec. 22, Court failed to make a scheduled court appearance. A warrant was issued for his arrest.
He is currently in the Outagamie County jail, where he was arrested on Dec. 20 and later charged with retail theft, obstructing an officer and misdemeanor bail jumping.