CALUMET COUNTY, Wis. -- A Green Bay woman was recently arrested for her sixth OWI .
Tabitha O’Connor, 50, was arrested Friday night after authorities say she failed field sobriety tests and admitted to troopers that she had smoked marijuana and consumed intoxicants.
The Wisconsin State Patrol says they found O’Connor in Calumet County on State Highway 441 SB, south of Telulah Avenue, after receiving a driving complaint.
The complaint came from Brown and Outagamie counties about someone driving erratically and had possibly hit a median in Brown County before 10 p.m.
After finding O’Connor, she allegedly admitted to not having a valid driver’s license and was required to have an Ignition Interlock Device. She was then arrested on her sixth charge of operating while intoxicated.
This story was originally published by Abigail Hantke at WGBA.