A Clintonville woman is being held on a 2000 dollar cash bond following multiple felony charges in Waupaca County Circuit Court. 28 year old Jacqline D. Swenson faces counts of burglary, theft, I-D theft, take and drive a motor vehicle without the owner’s consent, and possession of burglary tools, along with two misdemeanor counts of credit card theft. All are charged out as a party to a crime. The criminal complaint alleges Swenson and another, as yet uncharged, person burglarized a home in the Town of Union earlier this spring, taking jewelry, guns, 45-hundred dollars in cash, a checkbook, debit cards, a 1994 convertible, and several other items. In all, the complaint says the value of the stolen property was over 50-thousand dollars. Authorities allegedly found the stolen items during a search of the home that Swenson shares with the suspect, and a residence in which they were preparing to move. If convicted, she could face up to 40 years behind bars. Swenson is due back in court next Tuesday.