For the fifth time since 2004, Cory Smits of Two Rivers, Wis. was convicted of operating while intoxicated, according to The Herald Time Reporter.
Smits, 29, was convicted on July 7 for his latest offense, which occurred on Feb. 12, the paper said. Cops said that Smits had a blood alcohol level of .29. They blasted him with pepper-spray to control him after he repeatedly hit his head against the police car's back seat.
The judge who handled Smits' trial took away his license for three years, ordered him to maintain total sobriety and to submit to regular urine tests, among other punishments, the newspaper said.
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