La Crosse Drunk Driver Gets Caught Under New Law
It's a fourth OWI for a La Crosse guy. But still a felony. Under a law that's new this year in Wisconsin, a fourth OWI is a felony if the last drunk driving arrest was within a five year period. Which fits for Thomas Nold, a 44 year-old guy who was busted late Tuesday night after a convenience store clerk called cops to let them know a drunk guy just left the store with keys in his hand. Nold told cops he'd been drinking all day. They weren't surprised; he blew a .17 on the breathalyzer.