Sebring man arrested for his second felony OVI charge

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He was arrested after failing a sobriety test and blowing a .222 BAC, according to investigators

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KNOX TWP., Ohio (WKBN) – A Sebring man is behind bars Sunday after being arrested for his second felony OVI charge.

Ohio State Highway Patrol stopped Brian McCullough, 55, for speeding on Route 62 in Knox Township Saturday night just before 10 p.m.

He was arrested after failing a sobriety test and blowing a .222 BAC, nearly three times higher than the legal limit, according to investigators.

McCullough has already been arrested six times for OVI, investigators say.

If convicted, he could face five years in prison.

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