“I bet it’s a .27:” Man accused of fourth OWI disputes lab result that shows BAC of .436
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The complaint says Troy Zehren, 39, refused to perform field sobriety tests, so a blood draw had to be done.

By A.J. Bayatpour, WITI

WASHINGTON COUNTY, Wis. -- (WITI) -- A Washington County man was already in trouble -- suspected of his fourth OWI, when lab results were returned showing his blood alcohol level was so high, the charges could now be even more costly.

Officials with the Washington County Sheriff's Office announced on Wednesday, March 1st they signed an amended criminal complaint against 39-year-old Troy Zehren of the Town of Wayne -- accused of driving drunk.

Deer Wood Lane winds through a sleepy subdivision outside of Campbellsport. On January 22nd, deputies were called out to the area to deal with an intoxicated man.

According to a criminal complaint, Zehren's vehicle left the 911 caller's residence, and was in the caller's ditch.

The arriving deputy said he approached Zehren in the driveway, and he was "extremely shaky and unable to maintain his balance."

When asked where he was, Zehren allegedly "looked at the front of the garage and stated 'I'm home.'" Except he wasn't home. He was on the right block, but a few houses off.

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