Huber inmate arrested after crash, admits using heroin

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Daniel Wojciechowski

Daniel Wojciechowski

MILWAUKEE — Milwaukee County Sheriff’s officials say a Milwaukee County inmate on court-ordered Huber release was involved in a one-vehicle crash Wednesday evening, August 22nd.

23-year-old Daniel Wojciechowski was arrested in Wind Lake Wednesday when he reportedly ran his car off the road and had drug paraphernalia with him.

Wojciechowski was supposed to return to the Milwaukee County Correctional Facility-South from his job in Oak Creek.  He admitted to the arresting officers that he had been using heroin prior to the crash.

Town of Norway police arrested Wojciechowski for Possession of Drug Paraphernalia and Operating a Vehicle Under the Influence and took him to the Racine County Jail.

Wojciechowski was in MCSO custody since May 2011 stemming from charges of Bail Jumping, Possession of Drug Paraphernalia, Possession with Intent and Cause Injury/OWI.  

His release date was set for August 25.  

Judge Clare Fiorenza sentenced him to Huber privileges in December 2011, despite back-to-back felony drug arrests in June and July 2010 and multiple non-appearances in court proceedings.