Joshua S. Hadlock, 28, Waupaca, was charged with a fourth drunken driving offense and operating a vehicle while his license was revoked.
Shortly before 2 a.m. Saturday, Jan. 18, Deputy Bryan Strobusch pulled over a pickup truck on County Road QQ in Farmington because it was missing a front license plate.
The driver, identified as Hadlock, was on the phone. He reportedly told Strobusch he would not give him anything until after he spoke with his lawyer.
Strobusch then explained it was a traffic stop and the driver was required to show his license.
Hadlock handed him identification. The license plate was on the vehicle’s floor.
According to the criminal complaint, Hadlock had a 0.19 blood-alcohol level at the time of his arrest.
His license was revoked for 30 months in March 2013, when he was convicted of his third drunken driving offense.