A man from Owensville, Ohio has been arrested on his 13th charge of driving under the influence.

The man, 60-year-old John Stroop, pled not guilty befor Maginstrate Gregory Chapman in Municipal Court on Monday, April 7 to charges of driving with fictitious license plates and a traffic lane violation. A hearing on the felony charge of DUI is upcoming.

On Saturday, April 5, Stroop was arrested around 4 p.m. in Clermont County, Ohio on charges of DUI and other traffic offenses, according to Clermont County Sheriff A.J. "Tim" Rodenburg. He said that Stroop's DUI cases date back to the late 1970s.

After a DUI conviction in 1999, Stroop's license was suspended for 10 years. He also received a prison sentence of one year.
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