A Waupaca man charged with a fourth OWI now faces two more criminal cases.
One case involves drinking and the other case involves driving.
Ryan P. Lick, 29, is most recently charged with two counts of felony bail jumping, operating while revoked and failing to install an ignition interlocking device (IID) on his vehicle.
On May 19, 2016, Lick was convicted of his third drunken driving offense. He was sentenced to 80 days in jail with 60 days stayed under the Safe Streets Treatment Options Program. His license was revoked for 27 months and he was ordered to install an ignition interlocking device (IID) on all vehicles registered in his name.
On July 23, Lick was pulled over and subsequently cited for operating while revoked and failure to install an IID.
On Sept. 1, 2016, Lick was charged with possession of narcotics, possession of drug paraphernalia and misdemeanor bail jumping. He was released from custody on a $2,000 signature bond.
On Nov. 18, he was pulled over again and cited for operating while revoked, operating a vehicle without insurance, failing to install an IID and not wearing a seat belt.
On Jan. 26, Lick was charged with felony OWI, operating while revoked and felony bail jumping. He had been arrested after driving his car into a ditch.
Lick was released from custody on a $3,000 signature bond with the conditions that he not operate a vehicle, maintain absolute sobriety and comply with the Soberlink program which allows the jail to monitor him for alcohol consumption.
On Feb. 10, a state trooper pulled Lick over in Fremont and found that there was no IID installed on Lick’s vehicle and he was revoked. Lick was arrested, then released from custody after posting a $1,000 cash bond.
On March 10, Waupaca County Sgt. Anthony Amundson was reviewing email notifications from Soberlink when he discovered that Lick had failed to blow into the monitoring device on five occasions over the previous three days.
A warrant for Lick’s arrest was issued on March 14.