Middleton man arrested on suspicion of felony 4th offense OWI, police say

Middleton man arrested on suspicion of felony 4th offense OWI, police say

A Middleton man was arrested Thursday evening on suspicion of a felony OWI, according to a news release.

Jaime Ramos Aguilar, 31, was arrested at 11:24 p.m. Thursday after a Middleton police officer saw Ramos Aguilar weaving on University Avenue, according to the release. Police said a field sobriety test informed the officer that Ramos Aguilar’s BAC was .11%, the release said.

According to the release, Ramos Aguilar used a fake ID during the arrest, but his true identity was later discovered when police fingerprinted him.

Ramos Aguilar was arrested on suspicion of felony 4th offense OWI, operating with a revoked driver’s license and obstructing an officer.

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