Wine was found early Sunday morning by Milford Police and Kosciusko County Sheriff’s deputies in a state of extreme intoxication. Wine was in his vehicle on CR 250 East near LaPointe Drive, Milford, when police were called to investigate an either abandoned or disabled vehicle.
At the time officers arrived, they noticed Wine not acting right and called for an ambulance as his condition deteriorated. At that time his blood alcohol level was .548 percent and he was transported to Kosciusko Community Hospital.
On Monday, Wine was released from KCH at approximately 2:30 p.m. Just two hours later, Milford Town Marshal Rich Miotto observed Wine near an alley on Henry Street and noticed him to be staggering. Upon his approach, Miotto noticed Wine was mixing vodka with a can of Monster energy drink.
Wine was taken into custody at 4:30 p.m. without incident. A portable breath test was administered that resulted in a BAC of .16 percent. While at the Kosciusko County Jail, Wine’s condition steadily began to deteriorate and he was again transported to KCH for treatment.
StaceyPageOnline.com today learned that Wine was in ICU at KCH as of late this afternoon. When released from the hospital, Wine will be returned to Kosciusko County Jail where his bond has been set at $300.
Also today, a warrant for Wine was issued on a misdemeanor charge of conversion. North Webster Police filed the case. Bond for that charge is set at $500.
Wine was also arrested on Sept. 13 for resisting law enforcement, possession of salvia or synthetic cannabinoid and public intoxication. His bond for those charges was also set at $500.
And, on Saturday, Sept. 8, Wine and another man were involved in a physical altercation at Lucky’s Tavern at 1:30 a.m. North Webster Police responded to that incident. One of the men was taken to the hospital for injuries, but the report did not indicate if it was Wine of the other man.