A Camp Douglas man has been cited for several offenses. On November 17, Deputy Scott Jennings noticed a vehicle going ten miles over the posted speed limit on Wisconsin Street in the Village of Camp Douglas. He performed a traffic stop and the driver was identified as James Mundth. As Mundth was talking to the deputy, Deputy Jennings could smell an odor of intoxicants. He also observed that Mundth’s speech was slurred and his eyes were blood shot. Deputy Jennings then asked Mundth to perform field sobriety tests, which Mundth failed to complete successfully. The deputy also took a preliminary breath test and the result was .122%. Mundth was transferred to the Juneau County Jail. He was cited for operating a motor vehicle while intoxicated, second offense; operating with a prohibited alcohol concentration, second offense; unnecessary acceleration; and operating after suspension, fifth offense.