Two new felony drug cases have been filed in Waupaca County Court this week. 56 year old Robert P. Boyce of Ogdensburg is charged with possession of methamphetime, along with two misdemeanor counts of possession of illegally obtained prescription drugs, and one count of drug paraphernalia. The criminal complaint alleges Boyce was operating under the influence of a controlled substance when pulled over by Waupaca police on Sunday. A search of his vehicle allegedly turned up meth and other pills. Boyce is free after posting a 1000 dollar cash bond, and is due back in court this afternoon. He faces up to 3 and a half years in prison if convicted. Also due in court today on a meth charge is 30 year old Justin R. Bleck of Fremont, who also faces a count of drug paraphernalia. Bleck was taken into custody in late June on a probation hold, and his vehicle was searched while it was in the parking lot of Waupaca’s Probation and Parole office. Officers allegedly found two baggies containing methamphetimine…. one of which was in his tool box in the back of the truck. Bleck also faces up to 3 and a half years in prison if convicted.