Clyman Man Gets Jail Time For Threatening Police

(Clyman) A Clyman man was sentenced to ten months in jail Thursday for threatening police during field sobriety tests. In March, Kevin Ivans entered a no contest plea to a felony count of Threats to Law Enforcement. A two-year prison sentence was imposed and stayed and Ivans was placed on probation for three years. Ivans was pulled over last June and deputies said they could smell alcohol. The 38-year-old thought he was in Clyman, when he was actually in Leroy, and said he was heading to Beaver Dam but was driving in the opposite direction. Ivans was said to be “animated” and “yelling,” threatening the deputy during a field sobriety test. In refusing a preliminary breath test, he said he would punch the deputy in the face. At the hospital for a legal blood draw, Ivans said when he sees the deputy without his badge, he is going to punch him in the nose and knock out his teeth. Authorities could not get a blood alcohol sample but did note that there were only ten cans left in a 30-pack of beer found in the car.