The Gazette publishes pictures and short stories about people arrested for their fourth or subsequent intoxicated driving offenses.
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A Delavan woman admitted to smoking the synthetic cannabinoid K2 and then driving in 2015, and she is now charged with fourth-offense OWI, according to a criminal complaint.
Police arrested an Edgerton man on a charge of fourth-offense OWI on Sunday morning after they said the man hit a tree, according to a news release.
Police on Saturday night arrested a Janesville man on charges of fourth-offense OWI and hit and run, according to a Janesville police news release.
A Darien man charged with sixth-offense OWI said he “had a few whiskey cokes,” according to a criminal complaint filed in Walworth County Court.
A Genoa City man charged with fourth-offense OWI was driving 17 mph over the speed limit, according to a criminal complaint filed in Walworth County Court.
The Rock County Sheriff's Office reported an intoxicated-driving arrest Friday morning.
Prosecutors say a Williams Bay man charged with fourth-offense OWI was speeding while intoxicated, according to a criminal complaint filed in Walworth County Court.
A man charged with seventh-offense OWI admitted to taking unknown medications and drinking alcohol earlier in the day that police stopped him, according a criminal complaint.
A single-car accident led to two arrests for operating while intoxicated.
A Janesville man has been charged with fourth-offense intoxicated driving after an incident early Sunday.
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