NEENAH — A 56-year-old Menasha man avoided injury Sunday after his vehicle rolled multiple times on Lake Winnebago.
The man was driving about 1,500 feet from Paynes Point Road south of Neenah around 3:30 p.m. when his sports utility vehicle struck a snow bank and overturned, according to the Wisconsin State Patrol.
While checking the driver for injuries, the Wisconsin State Patrol trooper noticed an odor of intoxicants. After the driver refused any medical treatment, the Trooper administered Standard Field Sobriety Tests to the driver who was subsequently
arrested on suspicion of pperating while intoxicated – third offense.
The OWI is being handled by the Wisconsin State Patrol while the crash is being investigated by the Winnebago County Sheriff’s Department.