60-year-old man arrested for his 6th OWI after striking two cars
MILWAUKEE COUNTY (CBS 58) — A 60-year-old male from Sun Meadow was apprehended by the Wisconsin State Patrol Waukesha Post for his 6th OWI on Saturday, March 20.
Troopers in Waukesha County were warned of an automobile taking a trip eastbound on I-94 that presumably struck 2 other automobiles and stopped working to pick up the crashes around 5:30 p.m.
Authorities state cops situated and stopped the striking cars and truck on I-94 in Milwaukee County.
According to a press release, due to a smell of intoxicants, Kena Gleason was apprehended for sixth Offense OWI, a felony.
Gleason’s initial breath test revealed he was presumably running at .143, according to the Wisconsin Department of Transport.
Authorities state Gleason is limited to outright sobriety while driving and an Ignition Interlock Gadget is needed in all automobiles driven by him.
Gleason is being held at the Waukesha County Prison on all charges.
Jobber Wiki author Frank Long contributed to this report.