A Greenfield man already facing a fourth charge for drunken driving now faces another charge after driving drunk to a meeting with the case manager monitoring his sobriety.
Daryl L. Paradowski, 50, also was charged Friday with 5th offense driving with a prohibited blood alcohol concentration and bail jumping for violating terms of his release for the previous charge, according to a criminal complaint.
Breathalyzer test determined Paradowski had a blood alcohol concentration of 0.12 Tuesday after showing up for court-ordered monitoring at Wisconsin Community Services, the complaint states.
A level of 0.08 is legal proof of intoxication for motorists in Wisconsin.
Paradowski, who had been ordered to maintain complete sobriety, admitted that he drove to the session before the keys to his pickup truck were confiscated and he was arrested, according to the complaint.
His bail from his previous case, which had been $1,800, was raised to $6,800 by Reserve Judge Michael Malmstadt.
Paradowski was in custody in the Milwaukee County Jail Friday.
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