West Bend Man Given Jail Time For Injuring Two Others In Drunken Crash

(Beaver Dam) A West Bend man who injured two others in a drunken driving accident in the Town of Beaver Dam was sentenced to 120 days in jail with work release privileges Friday. Michael Sluga entered a no contest plea to two felony counts of Operating While Intoxicated Causing Injury Second Offense. Two additional felony counts of Operating with a Prohibited Alcohol Concentration Causing Injury Second Offense were dismissed. Also, a two year prison sentence was imposed and stayed. Sluga was traveling west on State Highway 33 in February when he lost control and collided with a 2000 Ford Focus that was occupied by two individuals. Sluga admitted to authorities that he consumed alcohol prior to driving. The 36-year-old blew a point-one-one-two (.112) during a preliminary breath test. The driver of the Ford Focus suffered a broken right arm, dislocated left hip, broken left collar bone and multiple hand lacerations. The passanger suffered a dislocated left hip and a fractured pelvis. In addition to jail, Sluga was placed on probation for four years.