Three people were sentenced to serve time in jail for operating while intoxicated in Langlade County court this week.
Randy L. Thomas of Crandon, 54, received a sentence of 45 days in jail for operating a vehicle with a prohibited alcohol concentration. He tested .02 percent, which was a violation due to a prior drunk driving conviction. He received a fine of $1,345, revocation of his drivers license for 14 months and he must install an ignition interlock device.
Paul W. Schaffer of Kaukauna, 27, was sentenced to serve 5 days in jail, pay a fine of $1,109, revocation of his drivers license for 1 year and he must install an ignition interlock device for a second offense of operating while intoxicated.
James K, Peterson of Gleason, 51, received a sentence of 1 year jail time, a fine of $1,000 plus costs, revocation of his drivers license for 3 years and installation of an ignition interlock device for a fith offense of operating while intoxicated. He will also be placed on probation for a term of 3 years. His blood alcohol level was .29 percent.
Nathan r. Wilz of Menasha, 47, entered a plea of no contest to a seventh offense of operating while intoxicated. The incident occurred last November. He has a blood alcohol level of .297 percent. A sentencing hearing is set for November 12.