An Auburndale woman and a Waupaca man are facing drug charges in separate cases in Waupaca County Court. 27 year old Olivia C. Wiskerchen is charged with possession of narcotic drugs, possession of an illegally obtained prescription, theft, and bail jumping. Wiskerchen was found in the bathroom of an east-side convenience store by Waupaca Police Saturday, allegedly in possession of hydrocodone and other pills, along with hypodermic needles. Police also allege a couple of phone chargers from inside the store were concealed in her bra. Wiskerchen is being held on a 1000 dollar cash bond, and is due back in court this afternoon. In the other case, 27 year old Jonathan D. Neuroth of Waupaca faces a count of delivery of amphetimines, and two felony bail jumping counts. The complaint alleges Neuroth sold meth to a police confidential informant in the Town of Dayton in February. The bail jumping counts stem from bond conditions following a burglary charge from February. Neuroth was released on a 25-hundred dollar signature bond, and is due back in court June 13th.