Roe faces meth charges
Former state prisoner back in jail
Jeremy J. Roe, 48, Waupaca, is charged with four counts of delivery of methamphetamine, five counts of felony bail jumping, one count each of drug trafficking, possession of methamphetamine and possession of narcotics.
According to the criminal complaint, Roe sold nearly 10 grams of meth for $670 to an informant working with Waupaca County investigators from June 18-28.
Deputies executed a search warrant at Roe’s home on Crystal Road in the town of Lind on June 30. They reported seizing 1.75 grams of meth.
At the time or his arrest, Roe was already facing felony meth and narcotics charges filed against him on April 13. He had been released from custody after posting a $2,000 cash bail. A condition of his bond was that Roe not possess any illegal drugs.
Currently, Roe is in custody on a $5,000 cash bail.
• Aug. 18, 2014, Waupaca County Judge Raymond Huber sentenced Roe to five years in state prison following convictions for two counts of burglary, a seventh OWI, felon in possession of a firearm, carrying a concealed weapon, possession of a switchblade, and multiple charges of felony and misdemeanor bail jumping.
• March 21, 2017, the state Department of Corrections released Roe on extended supervision.
• Dec. 14, 2017, Roe was admitted to the Alternative to Revocation (ATR) program in Milwaukee.
• March 15, 2018, Row was released from ATR.
• June 21, 2018, Waupaca County charged Roe with possession of drug paraphernalia.
• May 27, 2020, Wood County charged Roe with felony meth possession, felony bail jumping and misdemeanor possession of drug paraphernalia. They released him on a $2,000 signature bond.
• June 11, 2020, Waupaca County charged Roe with felony possession of meth and narcotics as a repeater. They released him on a $2,000 signature bond with the condition that he not possess any illegal drugs.
• Aug. 27, 2020, Roe’s extended supervision was revoked and he returned to prison after Wood and Waupaca counties filed felony charges against him.
• Feb. 23, 2021, DOC released Roe on extended supervision.
• May 17, Wood County Judge Todd Wolf imposed and stayed a three-year prison sentence and placed Roe on four years of probation after a Wood County jury convicted him of all three counts filed against him on May 27, 2020.
• July 26, Wood County revoked Roe’s probation and sentenced him to prison.