A Tomah man is jailed in Jackson County following his tenth O-W-I arrest.  The Wisconsin State Patrol says 53-year-old Jon Miner was found sitting in a car stalled in traffic on Interstate 94 Tuesday night.  Troopers say Miner showed signs of impairment and field sobriety tests determine he was operating while intoxicated.  He submitted a blood test when he was booked in jail.  He’s also accused of driving after revocation.  Miner’s arrests comes after the Wisconsin Senate passed a bill that would triple prison times for a fifth or sixth O-W-I offense.