Two citations have been given to a Mauston man. On Sunday night, a Juneau County deputy observed a vehicle being driven erratically. The deputy initiated a traffic stop and made contact with 52-year-old Joseph Gorman. Police say Gorman was slurring his speech while talking to the deputy.  He asked Gorman if he had been drinking that night and Gorman said he had a beer at a friend’s house. The deputy asked Gorman to step out of the vehicle and perform field sobriety tests, which he failed. After arranging his vehicle to be driven home, Gorman was arrested and transported to the Juneau County Jail. He was given a breath test and the results showed a value of .22g/20L. Gorman was cited for operating under the influence and operating with a prohibited alcohol concentration, both first offenses.