Bond has been set at $25,000 cash for a Mosinee man charged with his 7th OWI, resisting arrest, lying to an officer and operating while revoked.
According to court documents, an employee of a Mosinee business called police around 11:46 a.m. Thursday after she refused to sell alcohol to an intoxicated man. The woman said the man left and drove away.
An officer located the suspect's vehicle and attempted to pull him over, however police say the man continued to drive home.
According to the criminal complaint, the man, identified as Timothy Reinwand, 55, attempted to go inside the home and refused to comply with the officer. Reinwand was tased three times and was eventually place in wrist restraints.
According to court documents, several times Timothy identified himself as his brother's name. And at one time said the driver's license in his wallet, was not his, but his brother's.
EMTs arrived at the scene after Reinwand complained of chest pain. Reinwand did provide the correct name to an EMT.
Reinwand is currently behind bars on the Marathon County Jail. He'll return to court Dec. 11 to learn if his case will head to trial.
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