A Necedah man has been charged with OWI-6th offense, a felony.  According to the police report, last Tuesday afternoon the officer stopped a truck in the Village of Necedah for an expired license plate.  A records check showed the driver, 53-year old Robert Bishop, was driving on a revoked license.  As the officer handcuffed Bishop, he noticed a strong odor of intoxicants.  Bishop refused to perform field sobriety tests but admitted drinking six beers at the Vets Hall within 40-minutes.  Bishop was transported to the Mile Bluff Medical Center in Mauston for a blood draw and then transferred to the Juneau County Jail.  During a court hearing last Wednesday, bail was set at a $500 cash bond and Bishop is to maintain absolute sobriety at all times.