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Police: Clinton man arrested on 5th OWI

Published On: Mar 11 2013 01:20:52 PM CDT   Updated On: Mar 05 2013 07:21:15 AM CST
Jack Tuls

Jack Tuls

TOWN OF BRADFORD, Wis. -

A man who drove his car into a ditch before passing out is now facing a fifth charge of operating a vehicle while intoxicated in Rock County, according to the Rock County Sheriff's Department.

Sheriff's deputies said they found Jack Tuls, 70, of Clinton, in his car near the corner of East Bradford-Townhall Road and Wisconsin Highway 140 around 5:30 p.m. Monday.

Deputies said Tuls smelled of liquor and admitted to consuming alcohol earlier in the day. Deputies said Tuls failed one field sobriety test and refused all other tests.

Tuls was taken to the Rock County Jail, where he was charged with his fifth OWI and was also cited for operating a vehicle after revocation.

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