Man Gets Ninth DUI Arrest After Court Hearing For Eighth

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William Parminter of Lincoln, Neb., drove away from the Lancaster County Courthouse Friday after a hearing for his eighth driving while intoxicated charge. Problems: His license was suspended, he was sipping a Keystone Light and his blood alcohol was .238.

After he left the courthouse, a police officer watched him walk to the same Jeep Cherokee he was arrested in back in May for a DUI, also while driving on a suspended license. Parminter has four DUI convictions; the other arrests were reduced to lesser charges. [Journal Star]

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.238? Darn, isn't that hard to do?