Man sentenced for sixth drunk driving offenseDriving drunk for the sixth time netted a Green Bay man a 10-month jail sentence and left a possible prison term hanging over his head.
By: Superior Telegram, Superior Telegram
Driving drunk for the sixth time netted a Green Bay man a 10-month jail sentence and left a possible prison term hanging over his head.
Stormy Summers, 53, pleaded guilty last week in Douglas County Circuit Court to a sixth offense of operating a motor vehicle with a prohibited alcohol concentration. One count of operating while intoxicated, fifth or sixth offense, was dismissed.
Judge George Glonek sentenced Summers to three years of probation. Conditions of his probation include 10 months in jail with Huber work release granted. Summers must also pay a fine of $3,833, undergo a chemical dependency evaluation, provide a DNA specimen, maintain absolute sobriety and submit to random urinalysis. His driver’s license was revoked for 36 months and he was ordered to install an ignition interlock.
The judge also imposed and stayed a four-year sentence. If Summers violates the terms of his probation, he will serve a two year prison sentence followed by two years of extended supervision.
Summers was found asleep at the wheel of a GMC Jimmy that was facing southbound on the northbound side of East Second Street, partially on the shoulder, partially in the turn lane to turn west onto County Road E, at about 2:37 a.m. March 14, according to the criminal complaint.