Man accused of domestic abuse
Four recent cases involve same couple
Raymond J. Thyrion 57, Waupaca, is charged with felony intimidation of a victim, disorderly conduct with a dangerous weapon and five counts of misdemeanor bail jumping.
Shortly before 4:30 p.m. Tuesday, Aug. 7, Waupaca County Deputies Kykle Wiskirchen and Dave Huberty, and Detective Sgt. John Helgeson and Sgt. Brent Krueger, both with Waupaca police, responded to a domestic violence complaint on Duvenick Lane, in the town of Farmington.
Wiskirchen reported that Thyrion appeared highly intoxicated and unsteady on his feet.
According to the criminal complaint, Thyrion could not recall what or how much he had to drink.
Krueger and Wiskirchen escorted Thyrion to Huberty’s squad car to be transported to the jail for booking.
Upon arrival at the jail, Thyrion reportedly attempted to fight with Huberty and several jailers. He was strapped into a restraint chair.
A preliminary breath test indicated Thyrion had a .247 blood-alcohol level.
Officers spoke with a woman who said Thyrion appeared intoxicated when he drove her home from where she works.
He allegedly became angry that a telemarketer called the woman, and he suspected she was calling the police about him being drunk.
She said Thyrion grabbed a knife from the kitchen and threatened to stab her in the heart if she called police, according to the complaint.
She told officers Thyrion was so intoxicated he tripped over his own feet and fell into the kitchen.
The woman said Thyrion was great when he was sober, but when he drinks “it’s like flipping a switch” and he turns into another person.
On May 2, Thyrion was charged with disorderly conduct as an act of domestic abuse and released on a $500 signature bond with the condition that he have no contact with the alleged victim.
On June 18, Thyrion was charged with disorderly conduct as an act of domestic abuse and with misdemeanor bail jumping. He was released on a $1,000 signature bond with the condition that he have no contact with the alleged victim and maintain absolute sobriety.
On July 9, Thyrion was again charged with disorderly conduct as an act of domestic abuse and later released on a $1,000 signature bond.
On July 24, Judge Troy Nielsen removed the condition of Thyrion’s bond that he have no contact with the victim.
When Thyrion appeared before Judge Vicki Clussman on Aug. 8, she ordered a $1,000 cash bond and that he maintain absolute sobriety, have no contact with the victim and not possess any weapons.
He remains in custody and faces up to 10 years in prison if convicted of felony intimidation.