Randolph Woman Arrested For OWI Second Offense After Crashing Into Telephone Pole

(Randolph) A Randolph women was arrested Saturday for her second offense OWI. Just before 9pm, Columbia County Sheriff’s Office received a report that a vehicle had crashed into a telephone pole near the intersection of Krueger Road and Highway 33 in the township of Randolph. The driver needed to be extricated from the vehicle and was allegedly identified as Sara Tietz. The 30-year-old was transported to Marshfield Medical Center-Beaver Dam and ultimately taken to UW Hospital by helicopter. According to investigators, Tietz had a revoked driver’s license due to a prior OWI conviction and was also required to have an ignition interlock device which was not installed. Tietz was arrested for OWI Second Offense, Driving with a Revoked License and Failure to Install an Ignition Interlock Device. She was also issued several traffic violation citations. The Columbia County Sheriff’s Office was assisted by the Cambria Fire Department, Cambria EMS, Friesland First Responders, Friesland Fire, Randolph EMS, Beaver Dam Paramedics and B&R Towing.