Fulton Co. Man Surrenders Car, License After OVI

(Wauseon, OH) A Fulton County man loses his driver's license for life after a drunk-driving conviction.

60-year old Jerry Stevens will do two years in prison for an OVI conviction, pay a $1,300 fine, and had to surrender his car to the state. Stevens was indicted last October on a felony charge of driving while intoxicated and pleaded guilty. 

Stevens swerved off the road and hit a utility pole in Archbold last September. Police found his car in the driveup teller lane of the Farmers & Merchants State Bank, but deposited Stevens in jail for the weekend. 

There's no word on how many drunk driving convictions he's had to get two years behind bars, but his rap sheet in Fulton County goes back 25 years.

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