Outagamie County prosecutors filed a new criminal complaint information Friday against Karisa Doe, and it's only for allegations of felony bail jumping and misdemeanor possession of drug paraphernalia. Counts of manufacturing meth and knowingly possess meth were dropped.
Doe waived a preliminary hearing Tuesday. Her arraignment is July 23.
Jason Koski, who a prosecutor described as heading the operation, and James Parchem are charged with manufacture & delivery of amphetamine, possessing meth precursors and knowingly possess meth waste. Parchem enters a plea Aug. 11, while Koski is scheduled to stand trial Aug. 19.