Frisbie, 39, is accused of violating the terms of his federal probation. A hearing on the alleged violation will take place in the United States District Court in Indianapolis.
Indiana State troopers arrested Frisbie in Putnam County on Dec. 4 when they stopped a vehicle Frisbie was driving. According to court records, the stop happened because police observed Frisbie driving erratically.
Frisbie, who was on federal probation for a November 2008 conviction on a charge of federal program theft, was found to have a blood alcohol content of .27 -- more than three times Indiana's legal limit.
Frisbie was taken to the Putnam County Jail, but due to his high level of intoxication was transported to the Putnam County Hospital for evaluation. After he was released from the hospital, he was booked into jail, where he spent several hours before posting a $3,000 surety bond for his release.
Frisbie was charged with Class C misdemeanor operating while intoxicated, Class B misdemeanor public intoxication and Class A misdemeanor operating with at least .15 grams of alcohol in 210 liters. He was also cited for two infractions, open alcohol container and driving left of center.
Frisbie resigned as Putnam County sheriff in August 2008 amid allegations that he had embezzled money from the sheriff's department. He was convicted in November 2008 of federal program theft, and entered the United States Penitentiary satellite camp in Atlanta, Ga. On Feb. 2.
He was released from the camp on March 31, and served four months on home detention before beginning a two-year term of federal probation.
Frisbie has retained attorney Darrell Felling of Greencastle to represent him locally. A trial on the Putnam County charges is set for April 7 in Putnam County Superior Court.
As a term of Frisbie's bond, Judge Charles Bridges has ordered that Frisbie refrain from consuming any alcohol or entering any establishment that serves alcohol.