Repeat Drunk Driver Sentenced For OVI
COLUMBUS, Ohio – Repeat drunk driver, Spencer Andrews, has been arrested four times for drunk driving, and one of these incidents resulted in the death of a bicyclist.
Andrews was sentenced Thursday to 340 days in jail for the latest OVI charge he faces.
In 2007, Andrews was involved in a drunk-driving crash that killed a bicyclist, identified as Michael Sonney. He served 4 years in jail for that crime. Before that, Andrews was charged with OVI in 2005.
After getting out of prison, Andrews had two additional OVIs, the most recent one took place on Sunday, 9 July.
When Andrews was pulled over by the State Patrol in July, he climbed out of the driver’s seat and into the back seat.
Franklin County Municipal Court Judge, James O’Grady, found Andrews guilty of OVI and obstructing official business. He was sentenced to 6 months in jail, along with an extra 160 days that were suspended from his 2014 conviction. His driver’s license was also suspended for seven years.
Andrews’ license was previously suspended for life by a different judge. However, he was later granted limited driving privileges.
Andrews also faces an additional felony charge of “driving while under lifetime suspension” for violating the terms of his license suspension on July 9.
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