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Man injured in rollover crash suspected of 5th OWI

Published On: Apr 18 2014 10:44:26 AM CDT

Timothy T. McCulloch

TOWN OF MEDINA, Wis. -

A man injured in a rollover crash in the town of Medina on Thursday was arrested on suspicion of fifth-offense operating while intoxicated.

Deputies were called to Oak Park Road north of Lea Drive after 3 p.m. for a report of a single-vehicle rollover crash.

Investigators said Timothy T. McCulloch, 48, of Marshall, was traveling south on Oak Park Road in his SUV when he rolled the SUV while trying to negotiate a curve.

McCulloch was taken to a hospital with minor injuries and consented to a blood sample. He was treated and released and then booked.

McCulloch was also cited for failure to maintain control.

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