Ronald J. Recore Jr., a 57-year-old Beaver Dam resident, will spend at least 135 days in jail after pleading no contest to intoxicated driving fourth offense, with a minor child in the vehicle.
Recore was charged in a Nov. 12 incident in Lake Hallie, where court records said he had a blood alcohol content of 0.163. That’s double the 0.08 standard Wisconsin has for first time intoxicated driving.
Judge James Isaacson on Oct. 6 stayed an additional 135 day jail sentence for Recore, pending his completing 200 hours of community service. Recore was ordered to pay $2,363 in fines and court costs, along with $35 for a blood draw. His driver’s license was revoked for 30 months, and he was ordered to drive vehicles with an ignition interlock device for 12 months.
According to a criminal complaint, Recore was stopped for driving in reverse on County OO at 130th St. His wife was a passenger, as was an eight-year-old boy.