Reedsburg police arrested a Stoughton man Saturday afternoon for operating while intoxicated, sixth offense, after stopping him for speeding.
Reedsburg police stopped Kenneth D. Salisbury, 47, for speeding in the 1600 block of East Main Street.
The officer detected alcohol and Salisbury was arrested for OWI after failing field sobriety tests.
The officer also located drug paraphernalia in Salisbury’s vehicle.
Salisbury was transported to the Sauk County jail.
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Brock W. Geffert
A Reedsburg man suspected of operating a motor vehicle while intoxicated was tracked by a Sauk County Sheriff’s Office canine and arrested after fleeing from his vehicle.
According to a news release from the Reedsburg Police Department, at 11:10 p.m. Monday, Brock W. Geffert, 24, was operating a vehicle southbound in the 500 block of South Albert Avenue when a marked Reedsburg Police squad car pulled behind him.
Geffert quickly turned into a closed business and fled the vehicle on foot.
Deputy Matthew Burch and his K9 partner “Cooper” were contacted to assist. K9 Cooper located Geffert in a shed, where he was taken into custody without incident.
Geffert was charged with OWI as a fourth offense, operating with a revoked driver’s license and obstructing an officer.
Geffert was transported to the Sauk County jail.
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Reedsburg, WI: A Reedsburg woman was arrested early Sunday morning for her fifth operating while intoxicated charge after an officer who knew her observed her driving with a revoked license.
A Reedsburg police officer saw the woman, Jessica L. Weldy, 32, driving her vehicle in the 2700 block of East Main Street at 3:15 a.m. Sunday, according to a press release from the Reedsburg Police Department.
The officer knew the woman to have a revoked driver’s license from previous contacts.
“The officer recognized her after she pulled up next to a squad car and (then) pulled her over,” Police Chief Tim Becker said. “She failed her field sobriety test, so they took her into custody.”
Weldy was transported to the Sauk County jail, where she was charged with operating while intoxicated as a fifth offense, which is a felony, and operating with a revoked driver’s license.
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A Reedsburg man was arrested for his 5th offense of operating a motor vehicle while intoxicated, a felony in the State of Wisconsin. THOMAS J. WIRRER, age 31 of Reedsburg, was observed operating a motor vehicle in the Village of Ironton around 12:13AM without wearing a seatbelt and was stopped by Sauk County Deputies for failure to indicate a right turn.
WIRRER, who admitted to being too intoxicated to drive, told officers he was giving a friend a ride home to Reedsburg. WIRRER, who is restricted to a .01 blood alcohol content due to previous arrests and convictions for operating while intoxicated, was nineteen times the legal limit when tested on the road.
WIRRER was taken into custody and transported to the Sauk County Jail and is currently awaiting a felony bond hearing.
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A Reedsburg municipal judge convicted a Beloit teenager of drunken driving after the unlicensed boy drove a car earlier this month when he was 15 with a blood alcohol level more than twice the legal limit.
Judge Sandra Gorsuch entered the teen’s conviction Friday when the boy failed to appear in court for a plea hearing.
The boy became a first offense drunk driver on his sixteenth birthday.
The teenager was arrested April 3 in Reedsburg when driving a family friend’s car with a blood alcohol level of .17
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Reedsburg police said a 15-year-old Beloit boy was cited for driving drunk early Tuesday morning.
A Reedsburg police officer stopped the vehicle at 3:25 a.m. Tuesday on South Dewey Avenue for an equipment violation, and the driver told the officer he was 17 years old, according to the Reedsburg Police Department.
Police said a preliminary breath test sample showed the boy’s blood alcohol level was 0.17 percent, more than twice the legal limit of 0.08 percent to drive in Wisconsin.
Police said the boy was processed for operating a motor vehicle while intoxicated, and during the process police learned the boy was only 15 years old …
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