Detective Hit With Drunk Driving

A Juneau County sheriff’s detective has been arrested for drunk driving. 44-year-old Randy Georgeson was arrested early Saturday by a state trooper, after his unmarked sheriff’s S-U-V went into a ditch about four miles north of Mauston. He was not on duty.

Georgeson is charged with his first O-W-I offense, which is not a crime in Wisconsin and has a civil forfeiture for a penalty. He has a January 24th court date....but that's if he wants to challenege the ticket.

The Wisconsin Association of Homicide Investigators named Georgeson its “Investigator of the Year” in April, for his probe into the drug-related murders of Joshua Alderman and Tabatha Nealy in a remote area of northern Juneau County in 2007.

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