A Camp Douglas man has been cited for operating under the influence. On Thursday, the Juneau County Sheriff’s Office was dispatched to a vehicle in the ditch with the driver sitting in it on Highway 12 and 16 in the Town of Lemonweir. Upon arrival, the driver, later identified as 30-year-old James Doane, got out and approached the deputy. The deputy noticed that Doane had a hard time keeping his balance and kept slurring his words. He also noticed an odor of intoxicants on Doane’s person and asked him if he had been drinking. Doane admitted to drinking and agreed to take field sobriety tests, which he failed. Doane was arrested and transported to the Juneau County Jail. He agreed to a breath test, and the result showed 0.16. Doane was then cited for OWI with a PAC >= 0.15 – first offense, failure to keep vehicle under control and operating without a valid license.