JANESVILLE, Wis. - A Janesville man was arrested on a fourth operating while intoxicated charge after being stopped by an officer for weaving through traffic Sunday morning, according to a release.
An officer stopped a white Land Rover around 1:25 a.m. near the intersection of Princeton Road and Brunswick Lane after noticing it weaving in and out of traffic, officials said. The vehicle's registration was also expired, and it had a broken tail light.
The officer noticed the driver, Jason Biever, smelled of alcohol, and had glossy bloodshot eyes, according to the release. Biever also admitted to drinking five to six beers before driving.
Biever failed standardized field sobriety testing, and had a preliminary blood alcohol content of 0.17 percent, officials said.
Biever was arrested on a tentative a charge of fourth-offense OWI, and was cited for operating after suspension, not having insurance and having an expired registration.
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