Drunk driving charge nets prison timeA Lake Nebagamon man received a two-year prison sentence for a sixth offense of driving drunk.
By: Superior Telegram, Superior Telegram
A Lake Nebagamon man received a two-year prison sentence for a sixth offense of driving drunk.
Floyd Robert Hull, 40, pleaded guilty in Douglas County Circuit Court in June to one count of sixth offense operating a motor vehicle with a prohibited alcohol concentration.
He was sentenced last week to two years in prison and two years of extended supervision. He also was ordered to undergo a chemical dependency evaluation, maintain absolute sobriety, submit to random urinalysis, provide a DNA sample and pay a fine of $3,706. His driver’s license was revoked for 36 months, and Hull was ordered to install an ignition interlock.
According to the criminal complaint:
Hull was driving a truck observed speeding and sliding through the intersection of County Highway B and Lake Avenue in Lake Nebagamon the evening of Dec. 15.
A Douglas County Sheriff’s Office deputy followed the vehicle and prevented Hull from going inside a trailer house when the truck came to a stop.
Hull told the deputy that he had about five drinks at a bar. The bar owner told Hull he had to remove his car from the bar property, so he drove it back to his home.