A Pennsylvania man was arrested around 7:30 p.m. Saturday for what could be his sixth OWI.
The 49-year-old from Thorndale, Penn., was pulled over for speeding on I-90 near West Salem, by the Wisconsin State Patrol — Tomah post.
Police said William Shane Glidden showed signs of impairment, including failing a standard field sobriety test. A blood draw was completed.
He is currently in La Crosse County jail for OWI, as well as drinking open intoxicants in a moving vehicle and operating without a valid license.
Court records show Glidden has five past convictions for drunk driving since 2000, in Pennsylvania, New York, and Texas.
MINNESOTA MAN GETS 4TH OWI NEAR WARRENS
The State Patrol in Tomah also arrested a 51-year-old Minnesota man on his fourth OWI.
Several complaints called in notified police of a gold Chrysler Town and County van swerving, heading east on I-94 after 9:30 p.m. Friday near Warrens, Wis.
Police eventually pulled over and arrested Jason Crayford of Dassel, Minn., for OWI, after he failed a sobriety test.
SEVENTH OWI FOR DeFOREST MAN
The State Patrol also noted they pulled over a 43-year-old DeForest, Wis., man in Dane County for his 7th OWI.
Someone called police around 11 p.m. Saturday, saying a gray Ford Escape was swerving and nearly crashed on I-94 near Cottage Grove, Wis.
Once police pulled over 43-year-old Timothy Riddle in that Escape, he took off running, but didn’t get far.
After a blood test, Riddle was booked into the Dane County jail for OWI seventh offense, resisting an officer, possession of THC, drug paraphernalia, and for having an open intoxicant in a motor vehicle, as well as deviating from designated lane.
GREEN BAY MAN GETS 5TH OWI
Lastly, a 45-year-old was also arrested in Green Bay for his fifth OWI, pulled over for what the state patrol called an “equipment violation” at 3:15 a.m. Saturday.
Along with the OWI, John Granade faces possession of open intoxicants in a vehicle, suspended license and an unauthorized registration plate.