A speeding ticket became a felony drunken driving charge.
John P. Hanson, 43, Clintonville, is charged with a seventh OWI.
On March 18, Wisconsin State Trooper Kyle Scott was on County Trunk D in New London when he pulled over a speeding vehicle.
When Scott spoke with the driver, identified as Hanson, he noticed the smell of intoxicants.
The trooper also reported Hanson had glassy eyes and slurred speech.
According to the criminal complaint, a preliminary breath test indicated Hanson had a .16 blood-alcohol content.
A seventh OWI constitutes a Class F felony.
If convicted, Hanson faces a minimum of three years of confinement and up to $25,000 in fines.