Yesterday it was Kenny Crumpton, today it's this guy. C'mon people.
A Madison Township man was arrested last night for drunken driving.
William B. Wilson, 37, allegedly had four children in his vehicle when he was pulled over not far from Madison Township Park. Wilson was also on probation.
A witness said he saw the impaired man leave the park with four minors and called the cops. The relationship between the man and the children is unclear.
The News Herald said Wilson is charged with fifth-degree felony probation violation, four counts of first-degree misdemeanor endangering children, first-degree misdemeanor OVI, and misdemeanor driving in marked lanes and driving under suspension.
Wilson's preliminary hearing is set for July 1. If he is convicted, he could face up to 41 years behind bars.
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