JACKSON COUNTY -- The Court has sentenced Tracie Masuca, of Shell Lake, WI on a conviction of 7th Offense Operating While Intoxicated (OWI).
In May 2020, DrydenWire.com published a news release from the Wisconsin State Patrol regarding Masuca’s arrest for OWI.
The news release stated that on May 7, 2020, a State Trooper stopped to assist a disabled vehicle on Interstate 94 in Jackson County and the driver of the vehicle was identified as Tracie Lee Masuca, age 49, from Shell Lake. Field sobriety tests were conducted, and Masuca was taken into custody for operating while intoxicated.
Online circuit court records show that Masuca was charged with Class F Felony OWI 7th Offense; Ignition Interlock Device Tampering/Failure to Install/Violate Court Order; and Class F Felony Operating with Prohibited Alcohol Concentration 7th Offense.
At a hearing on October 1, 2020, the Court ordered a 6-year sentence for Masuca; 3 years of initial confinement in state prison to be followed by 3 years of extended supervision. The remaining charges filed against Masuca were dismissed.
Conditions of supervision will require Masuca to undergo an alcohol assessment and comply with any treatment, evaluations and/or programming as deemed appropriate by a risk and needs assessment and agent of the Department of Corrections. Masuca was ordered to undergo an Alcohol and Other Drug Assessment, follow through with recommended treatment, and maintain absolute sobriety.
Masuca did receive credit for 84 days credit for time already served, and she will serve her prison sentence concurrently with a sentence that she is serving on a separate case.