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In Ohio you can be charged with driving drunk in a whole lot more than your car. Look at the Vermilion man arrested Friday for driving a lawn mower while intoxicated. Dondi Bowles pleaded not guilty Tuesday to charges of being under the influence when he maneuvered his landlord’s riding mower to a drugstore a mile away. The judge scheduled his case for June 20 but ordered him to serve time until then for violating probation on an earlier drunken driving charge. Bowles thought the mower would help him avoid what became his third driving-under-the-influence charge in the past …
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