Ohio has the third highest number in America of serial drunk drivers who are legally allowed to drive.
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The Ohio State Highway Patrol, along with the Medina County OVI Task force are preparing for their 5th OVI checkpoint of the year.
Car drives right into house on Aberdeen Road and driver appears to be extremely intoxicated
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The Ohio State Highway Patrol has filed charges against a driver in a deadly head-on crash
A jury has convicted an Akron man of his 6th drunk driving offense.
His driving record showed seven prior convictions for OVI, including five within the past 20 years.
It's five years in prison for a man who got his ninth OVI while driving drunk during lunchtime
Police find a woman passed out allegedly from drinking behind the wheel of running car that struck parked car
Defendant had been convicted of OVI 12 times over the past 25 years
Jury found Cuyahoga Falls man guilty of his 12th OVI conviction in the last 25 years
The Ohio State Highway Patrol says they've arrested 40 people over the past two weeks on suspicion of operating a vehicle while intoxicated.
There were 14 percent fewer OVI related crashes in 2012 throughout Ohio, while OVI arrests climbed three percent.
OSHP reports 18 people were arrested on suspicion of operating a vehicle while intoxicated.