Dyersville man gets 3 OWIs in two-week span

A Dyersville man has been charged with OWI first offense in three separate occasions over a two-week span, court records show.

On June 15, the Dubuque P.D. responded to the 2100 block of North Main Street in Dubuque for a 911 hang-up. Upon arrival, officers found Greg Anthony Glenn, 36, of Dyersville, asleep at the wheel. When Glenn eventually woke up, authorities noted Glenn had dialed 911 on his phone and was using his GPS to navigate.

After field sobriety tests, Glenn admitted to authorities he had three cups of vodka in Dyersville and was planning on driving to the hospital to refill a prescription.

Records show Glenn was issued a citation for OWI first offense and given a summons to appear.

On June 21, the Dyersville P.D. responded to a business on Beltline Road for a report of an intoxicated employee. Upon contacting Glenn, he told authorities he had four shots before driving to work and made other admissions regarding his intoxication, documents state.

Glenn was cited with OWI and issued a summons to appear, records show.

On June 29, the Dyersville P.D. stated Glenn had been in an accident around the 500 block of 3rd Street NE in Dyersville, where he struck a parked car and left. Witnesses at the scene told authorities Glenn was intoxicated.

Glenn was later located driving on Beltline Road, and when authorities initiated a traffic stop, Glenn continued on 2nd Street NE to 6th Avenue NE before turning onto 3rd Street NW. During this time, authorities say Glenn’s vehicle was weaving and at one point was doing 45 mph in a 25-mph zone.

Glenn’s vehicle eventually jumped a curb and drove through a neighbor’s lawn before parking in a driveway, documents state.

Glenn was detained and refused all sobriety tests, but he was taken into custody and charged with OWI first offense.

Online court records state Glenn has a jury trial scheduled on Oct. 5 for all three charges.