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Monroe man gets 6 months for fifth DWI
MONROE - A Monroe man was sentenced to six months in jail Monday after pleading no contest to a fifth-offense charge of driving while intoxicated. David Allan Wenger, 54, faces a withheld sentence of 18 months of probation, with the condition of the first six months of probation to be served in jail, after pleading no contest to his fifth drunk-driving charge, a Class H felony. Another Class H felony charge of fifth-offense driving with a prohibited blood alcohol content and a misdemeanor count of possessing drug paraphernalia was dismissed.