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Police find meth at library

Suspect was supposed to be in jail when he was arrested.

Ryan S. Lubinski, 33, Waupaca, is charged with possession of methamphetamine, possession of a controlled substance and illegal possession of a prescription drug.

On Aug. 14, Waupaca Police Officer Bret Rodenz arrested Lubinski at the Waupaca Area Public Library on an active warrant.

Rodenz found Lubinski sitting in a chair in a corner of the library’s Teen Room.

According to the criminal complaint, there was a open pack of cigarettes in the chair next to Lubinski.

Inside the pack there were a paper bindle of meth and a small clear plastic bag with 15 clonazepam pills, the complaint says.

Clonazepam is a controlled substance used to treat seizures and anxiety disorders.

Lubinski denied the pills and meth were his.

On June 12, Lubinski was convicted of keeping a drug house and felony bail jumping. He was placed on three years of probation with the condition that he serve 90 days in jail. Lubinski was given 60 days before he needed to report to jail.

He is also charged with failure to report to jail and operating after revocation of his license.

A $2,000 signature bond has been set as a condition of Lubinski’s release, but he is currently in custody for the prior convictions.

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