Posted: Saturday, May 12, 2012 -- 4:42 a.m.
DE PERE, Wis. (AP) -- A 55-year-old De Pere man has been charged with his 11th drunken-driving offense.
Charges say the man, Patrick Moore, was driving a motorcycle that rear-ended a sport utility vehicle Wednesday afternoon. He fell off his motorcycle while talking to a police officer, repeated himself and slurred his words.
The Green Bay Press-Gazette reports Moore said he drank two beers over lunch about an hour before the accident.
The man refused to complete field sobriety tests or a preliminary breath test but later submitted to a blood test at a hospital. He was charged Thursday with felony operating while intoxicated.
The man has 10 prior OWI convictions, with the first in 1989 and the last in 2006. He had a valid driver's license when he was arrested Wednesday.
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