A New London man will serve time in the county jail following sentencing on a felony drunk driving conviction in Waupaca County Court. 58 year old Harlan L. Schultz entered a no contest plea to operating with a prohibited alcohol concentration– 5th offense. He was stopped in the Town of Mukwa in February 2018, driving with a blood-alcohol concentration of .186 percent. Judge Troy Nielsen ordered Schultz to serve 3 years in prison and 3 years on extended supervision, but that sentence was imposed and stayed. Instead, Nielsen ordered Schultz to serve a year in the county jail with Huber privileges. Schultz also must pay a 12-hundred dollar fine plus court costs. He also must install an ignition interlock device for three years, and lost his driving privileges for three years.