Two charged with stealing guns
A couple who already faced five felony cases combined, are now each charged with more felonies.
Daniel and Jessica Stuebs, Waupaca, were charged Nov. 20 with felony theft, felony bail jumping and misdemeanor theft.
On Nov. 1, Daniel Stuebs’ father contacted Weyauwega police and spoke to Officer Justin Malueg.
He gave Malueg a list of items missing from his home. these included a 7mm magnum handgun, a 50-caliber muzzle loader long gun with scope, a 30-06 bolt-action rifle, a compound bow, a mountain bike, fishing fear, six trolling rods and reals, a sewing machine and a photo printer.
According to the criminal complaint, the father said Daniel and Jessica Stuebs had lived with him off and on for the past two years and most of the missing items had been stored on the upper level where the Stuebs had their bedroom.
The father also gave Malueg pawn shop receipts, which he found in their bedroom. Most of the missing items had been pawned in August and September.
Malueg spoke with Jessica Stuebs, who reportedly said they initially pawned several items in order to secure loans.
The Stuebs found they could not make the monthly payments on the loans unless they took and pawned more items, according to the criminal complaint.
The Stuebs were arrested on Oct. 17 after Waupaca County deputies made a targeted traffic stop as the Stuebs were returning from an alleged drug buy in Milwaukee.
They were charged with felony possession of cocaine, felony bail jumping and possession of drug paraphernalia on Oct. 23 and have sinceremained in jail on a $25,000 cash bond.
On March 31, Jessica and Daniel Stuebs were charged with possession of cocaine with intent to deliver, drug trafficking, possession of narcotics, illegal possession of prescription drugs and possession of drug paraphernalia.
Judge Vicki Clussman set a $5,000 signature for Jessica Stuebs with the conditions that it be co-signed by relatives she was living with and that she have no contact with any drug dealers or drug users other than her husband.
Clussman set a $5,000 cash bond for Daniel Stuebs with the condition that he have no contact with any drug dealers or drug users except for his wife.
On April 24, Daniel Stuebs posted $5,000 and was released from custody.
On May 12, Daniel Stuebs was arrested again and charged with possession of drug paraphernalia and felony bond jumping.
Judge Raymond Huber set a $10,000 cash bond as a condition of Stuebs’ release.
On May 16, Judge Philip Kirk amended the cash bond to $5,000 and applied the amount Stuebs already posted. Stuebs was released.