A routine traffic stop could result in up to a six-year prison term for a 37-year-old Chetek man, according to a complaint filed Aug. 26 in Barron County Circuit Court.
The defendant is identified as Dustin D. Clemmens, of Chetek, who was arrested after an Aug. 25 traffic stop by a Wisconsin state trooper.
The complaint said that the trooper pulled over a truck allegedly driven by the defendant near 19th Street and CTH O.
The defendant allegedly told the trooper his license had been revoked.
A records check showed the defendant’s license was revoked indefinitely because he failed to complete assessment for alcohol and other drug abuse in connection with a previous conviction.
Records also showed Clemmens had three other convictions for driving while revoked in 2016, 2017 and 2019. On Aug. 2, he was arrested in Chippewa County in connection with a 2018 charge of driving with a prohibited alcohol content, fourth offense.
The Aug. 26 complaint charged Clemmens with driving while revoked, fourth offense; failure to install an ignition interlock; and felony bail jumping in connection with the Chippewa County case.
Court records show the defendant has moved to Bloomer since his Aug. 26 arrest. He is free on $100 cash bond pending an arraignment on Friday, Oct. 25.