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Drug bust at gas station

A woman was holding her baby when she was busted for meth.

Faith M. Jablonski, 25, Bear Creek, is charged in Waupaca County with possession of methamphetamine, possession of narcotics, possession of marijuana, illegal possession of prescription drugs and possession of drug paraphernalia.

At 7:45 p.m. Monday, May 14, Waupaca County Deputy Graham Barden responded to a request for a welfare check of a woman who was at the Citgo station at U.S. Highway 45 and State Highway 76, in rural Bear Creek.

When Barden arrived, he encountered Jablonski exiting the store and carrying a baby in a car seat.

Barden reported that “she was very animated and continuously twitching.”

According to the criminal complaint, Jablonski said her behavior was due to her not taking her anxiety medication.

After Barden learned Jablonski’s license was suspended, he told her she could not drive herself home.
Later, Jablonski’s father arrived.

He told Barden that Jablonski’s biological mother had died a few weeks earlier and Jablonski had behaved in a similar manner at the funeral, the complaint says. The family reportedly learned later that Jablonski may have been using drugs at that time.

Barden also reported Jablonski left another child, who is only a few years older, home alone. Her brother drove to the house to check on the child’s welfare, while Jablonski was taken into custody.

Officers searched her van and reported finding one gram of marijuana and eight grams of methamphetamine, as well as two medicine bottles with pills that had been prescribed to Jablonski’s late mother.

Jablonski was released from custody on a $5,000 signature bond.

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