Three new drug cases have been charged out in Waupaca County Court this week. 41 year old Matthew J. Mallo of Waupaca is charged with maintaining a drug trafficking place, possession of marijuana, manufacturing marijuana, and drug paraphernalia. The complaint alleges authorities found 6 growing pot plants in the basement of Mallo’s Town of Dayton residence while executing a search warrant in September. The complaint alleges undercover agents also completed two heroin buys there. If convicted, Mallo could face up to 9 years in prison. He makes his initial appearance in court March 12th.
28 year old David G. Reynolds, Jr., of Clintonville is due in court next Tuesday to face seven charges, including possession of narcotic drugs, possession of meth, possession of illegally obtained prescriptions, and bail jumping. The complaint alleges this past Friday a homeowner found multiple drugs and paraphernalia in a safe, allegedly belonging to Reynolds, who had lived at the residence. If convicted, Reynolds could face up to 13 years behind bars.
And 19 year old Jonathon S. Pomerenke of Waupaca is due in court today facing a felony second-offense marijuana possession charge, along with misdemeanor counts of theft, bail jumping, and contributing to the delinquency of a all as a repeat offender. The complaint alleges Pomerenke stole a bike in Waupaca in August, and also broke into several vehicles, taking cash and other valuables. The complaint also alleges police found marijuana in his backpack during a search. If convicted, Pomerenke could get up to 3 and a half years in prison.