A Kenosha man faces two felony counts of injury by intoxicated use of a motor vehicle after reportedly crashing into a motorcycle resulting in serious injuries.

Michael D. Valeri was believed to be under the influence of drugs or alcohol when he drove a Mazda 3 into the side of a stalled Harley-Davidson at about 9 p.m. at the intersection of 56th Street and Sheridan Road, according to the Kenosha Police Department.

Arland D. Thompson, 64, of Racine, told police the clutch malfunctioned, causing the engine to stop as the light turned green. A witness said Thompson attempted to walk the motorcycle forward when Valeri slammed into it.

Thompson sustained a fractured right tibula and significant blood loss, according to the police report.

Deborah Stone, 50, of Racine, was a passenger on the motorcycle. Police said she suffered multiple broken bones, a collapsed lung and a degloved right foot. Police said Stone appeared to be missing her toes and the tip of her boot.

Both were taken by Flight for Life to Froedtert Hospital in Wauwatosa on Friday and were scheduled for surgery on Monday.

Authorities said Valeri remained at the scene and appeared to be heavily impaired, struggling to keep his eyes open and his head up. Valeri was also disruptive and was instructed multiple times to keep his distance from evidence, police said. He was also threatened with arrest for obstruction, according to police.

Valeri was administered a sobriety test shortly after the crash and refused to have blood drawn. He was taken to Kenosha Medical Center, and a warrant was obtained to take a blood sample.

Kenosha County Circuit Court Commissioner David Berman issued a $2,000 cash bond with numerous conditions. Valeri is due back in court on June 12 for a preliminary hearing.