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Mass. Man's DUI Definitely Not His First

A Massachusetts man was arrested this weekend for driving drunk, and police say his face is a little too familiar.  After checking the 52-year-old's record, police discovered this was his 11th DUI. He was stopped after officers saw him weaving in and out of his lane.  He's scheduled to appear in court this week.

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