Wisconsin Station Owner Arrested In DUI Incident
October 18, 2011 at 3:54 AM (PT)
MOUNTAIN DOG MEDIA owner RANDY HOPPER who was voted out of the WISCONSIN State Senate in AUGUST as one of two Republicans to lose a recall election in the politically polarized state, was arrested SUNDAY (10/16) for drunk driving in PEEBLES, WI, reports the FOND DU LAC REPORTER.
Another driver called 911 at 5:30p SUNDAY to report an SUV "all over the road"; police say HOPPER, who was accompanied by one passenger, refused to take breathalyzer tests at the scene and, later, at the county jail. A subsequent Preliminary Breath Test test showed HOPPER over the .08 limit, police said. He was released MONDAY and faces first offense penalties that may include a fine and loss of license.
HOPPER's company owns four stations in WISCONSIN, including Talk KFIZ-A and AC WFON-A (K107.1)/FOND DU LAC, Sports WCLB-A (950 THE GAME)/SHEBOYGAN, and Sports WMBE-A (1530 THE GAME)/CHILTON-APPLETON, WI.