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Prosecutor: Warren County man convicted of 20th OVI

George Tribune (File) George Tribune (File)

A Warren County man was convicted of his 20th OVI Thursday, Prosecutor David Fornshell announced in a tweet.

George Tribune received the maximum sentence of eight years in prison on top of a lifetime driver's license suspension. He will also have to pay a fine of $1,350.

Tribune was indicted in August for his latest July 21 arrest where he was reported to be at least twice the legal limit.

His license had been suspended for 10 years, but he got it back in 2014 after 5 years, according to officials.

“I’m not sure how you still are a validly licensed driver after 19 OVI convictions, but I’m grateful that we were able to obtain a lifetime driver’s license suspension and get Tribune locked up and off the streets before he killed someone,” said Fornshell.

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