SAWYER COUNTY -- A traffic stop in Hayward, WI on May 1, 2021, has resulted in charges of 7th offense Operating While Intoxicated and 7th offense Operating With a Prohibited Alcohol Concentration for June C Billyboy, of Couderay, WI.

Billyboy’s vehicle was stopped on May 1, 2021, by a City of Hayward Police Officer after the Officer saw the vehicle being operated without any tail lights just before 10:30p, according to a criminal complaint filed against Billyboy.

Billyboy was wearing sunglasses and spoke to the Officer through the car window which was open only a few inches. The Officer could smell an odor of intoxicants through the window and asked Billyboy if she had been drinking alcohol or using any drugs. Billyboy stated that she had consumed “about a six-pack” between 2p and 7p.

The Officer conducted field sobriety tests with Billyboy and observed over a dozen clues of impairment. Billyboy provided a preliminary breath test sample which gave a result of .224. Billyboy was taken into custody and transported to Hayward Memorial Hospital where she agreed to provide a voluntary sample of blood for testing by the Wisconsin State Lab of Hygiene/Crime Lab. Results of that test showed that Billyboy’s blood alcohol concentration was .213 according to the criminal complaint filed against her.

Billyboy’s previous convictions for OWI are listed in the criminal complaint: August 11, 1992, from an offense on July 25, 1992; on December 20, 1995, from an offense on September 9, 1995; on February 9, 1998, from an offense on July 28, 1997; on December 20, 2004, from an offense on May 3, 2004; on April 4, 2008, from an offense on December 9, 2006; and on April 19, 2010, from an offense on June 8, 2009.

Online circuit court records show that at a hearing on May 3, 2021, the Court placed Billyboy on a $15,000 cash bond. That bond was later reduced to $5,000 cash at a hearing on May 17, 2021, and that was posted a few days later. Billyboy made an initial appearance on her charges in June 2021 and is set to appear again in August 2021.

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Pursuant to the direction of the Wisconsin Supreme Court, as found in Supreme Court Rule 20:3.6, Trial Publicly, you are advised that a charge is merely an accusation and that a defendant is presumed innocent until and unless proven guilty.


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