A 70-year-old man faces his seventh OWI after a crash on the South Side on Saturday night, Madison police reported.
Julio A. Garrido was driving erratically on West Washington Avenue and crashed near South Park Street and Emerald Street about 8:40 p.m. Saturday, police spokesman Tyler Grigg said in a statement.
Garrido, who was not injured, was taken to the Dane County Jail and tentatively charged with a seventh offense of operating while intoxicated, tampering with ignition interlock, and operating while revoked.
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No. 10: Packers Avenue and International Lane
No. 9: Zeier Road and East Washington Avenue
No. 8: South Park Street and West Badger Road
No. 7: Thierer Road and East Washington Avenue
No. 6: North First Street and East Washington Avenue
No. 5: Buckeye Road and South Stoughton Road
No. 4: South Baldwin Street and East Washington Avenue
No. 3: North Stoughton Road and East Washington Avenue
A man who shot and killed two people and wounded a third at a Green Bay tribal casino restaurant had been fired from the eatery and ordered by a court to leave his former supervisor alone, according to court records.
Oneida Chairman Tehassi Hill told WLUK-TV on Sunday that he feels security is tight in the casino but that the tribe may have to consider tougher protocols for the complex depending on investigators’ findings.