State police say a Port Gibson man has racked up his fourth DWI charge this year after a crash Sunday, August 21 around 8 p.m.
Severiano Martinez-Pazos, 39, was arrested for felony unlicensed operation, felony DWI, and found to have a BAC of 0.17%.
He has two previous convictions, one of which occurred in 2013.
As it stands, Martinez-Pazos has four pending felony DWI cases, according to troopers.
For the most-recent case, Martinez-Pazos was arraigned and released to appear in Lyons Town Court. Troopers say he crashed into a residence on Grist Mill Drive in Lyons.
That wasn’t the first time he was arrested for DWI this year in a non-traffic stop situation. At least two other times, his vehicle either crashed or went off the road, which led to felony DWI charges.
Those incidents occurred between January and May.
He has a number of court dates scheduled between September and November for those cases.
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