An Oshkosh man is due in Waupaca County Circuit Court this afternoon facing charges from a wrong-way driving incident on Highway 10 early Friday morning. 25 year old Andrew S. Sleaper faces felony counts of 2nd degree recklessly endangering safety, fleeing an officer, operating a motor vehicle without the owner’s consent, and hit and run, with all charged out with a repeater provision. The criminal complaint alleges Sleaper was the driver of a car that went from near Fremont to the west side of Waupaca, driving west in the eastbound lanes of traffic, just after 2:30 a.m. The complaint alleges he attempted to elude police and sheriff’s deputies during the chase. Authorities finally got the vehicle stopped near the interchange of 10 and Highway 22 South after the car had turned around and was going east in the westbound lanes. They used “stop sticks” to blow the front tires of the car, and then used a squad to pin it up against railing along the roadway. The repeater provision is due to Sleaper being convicted last year in Waukesha County of fleeing authorities. If convicted on the Waupaca County charges, he could face up to 20 years in prison.