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Felony charge follows traffic stop

Waupaca woman arrested on fifth PAC

Stephanie A. Dillman, 30, Waupaca, is charged with a fifth drinking and driving offense, operating with a prohibited alcohol content.

On Nov. 15, Waupaca Police Officer Tom Grant was patrolling on Lakeside Parkway when he ran a records check on a vehicle and found the registered owner, identified as Dillman, had a suspended license.

Grant made a traffic stop.

Earlier that day, Grant conducted a tavern check at JR’s Sportsman’s Bar and Grill.

According to the criminal complaint, Grant told Dillman he saw her at the bar, but she denied being there and denied drinking.

Dillman reportedly blew a .033 blood-alcohol content at the time of her arrest.

Due to prior OWI convictions, she is restricted to a .02 BAC.

Dillman was released from custody on a $2,500 signature bond with the conditions that she maintain absolute sobriety and comply with the county jail alcohol monitoring program.

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