In Wisconsin, operating a vehicle while intoxicated (OWI) is considered a serious offense, especially when those accused are repeat offenders. Recently, a Wisconsin man was charged with his ninth OWI offense, according to authorities.
Two Wisconsin men were pulled over on Interstate 35 for a traffic violation which led to an arrest for drug possession. After they were pulled over and searched, the police department seized drugs and money, according to a news release. Authorities claim they found roughly two and a half pounds of medical-grade marijuana. It is not clear why police started the search or whether they had probable cause.
A Wisconsin man was arrested on criminal charges, including bribery and drug possession, in Chicago after police pulled him over for driving without headlights at 1 a.m. Police claim they noticed an open beer can in the cup holder of the center console and ordered him to have a sobriety test. They also spotted a gun on his driver's seat, a small bag of marijuana and cash.
Last month, a 29-year-old Brown Deer, Wisconsin, man was charged in federal court with prostituting three minors over a time period of three years. The preliminary hearing on the sexual offense case was scheduled for Aug. 30, but no further reports have been made.