A Fond du Lac man was charged with drunk driving for the eleventh time in Wisconsin. Oddly, the man had a valid driver’s license at the time.
Steven Johnson of Fond du Lac was arrested by police on New Year’s Day in Appleton.
Police Sgt. David Lund said Thursday that despite 10 previous drunken-driving convictions, Johnson’s license was reinstated in July. It was revoked for three years after his 10th drunken-driving conviction in mid-2006.
Records show the 52-year-old’s nine prior charges happened between 1990 and 1997.
Authorities say Johnson’s blood alcohol content was more than three times the legal limit when he was arrested Sunday night.