Menasha man arrested for 4th OWI after driving his motorcycle inside Alliance Industries

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A man has been arrested for his 4th OWI in Menasha after driving his motorcycle up an access ramp and through a factory. 

Police officers were called by employees of Alliance Industries on Appleton St. in Menasha to investigate a motorcyclist who drove his motorcycle up a ramp and through the factory. 

Just before 10 pm on April 9th, two employees were outside when the motorcyclist, a former employee of Alliance Industries, drove through the production areas at speeds reaching 35 to 40 miles per hour. About 14 workers were there at the time. 

The man parked his motorcycle and started driving a forklift for a few seconds. 

Officers arrived as the man was leaving on his motorcycle.

He was arrested for felony 4th offense OWI and reckless driving.

He was taken to the Winnebago County Jail and is awaiting a bond hearing.  

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