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Tomah driver accused of 10th OWI



A driver from Tomah is now facing his 10th drunk-driving offense, after an arrest on Tuesday in Jackson County. 


Jon Miner is scheduled for a court appearance on December 9th. 

Miner’s car was stalled in a traffic lane of I-94, and a state trooper said the driver showed signs of impairment.  

His most recent OWI conviction in Wisconsin happened in Juneau County, in the summer of 2014. 

Miner was sentenced to five years in prison, and as late as a year ago, he was listed as a prisoner in the Racine County Jail.     

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