A Mentor man with nine convictions for operating a vehicle while intoxicated now faces his tenth.
Larry Turner, 49, was arrested Tuesday in Painesville by Ohio State Highway Patrol.
According to court records, Turner refused a blood- or breath-alcohol test.
The patrolman also charged him with speeding and driving without a license.
Turner's latest OVI charge is a third-degree felony, which means he would face up to five years in prison if convicted. A person's first drunken driving charge is a misdemeanor. Turner faces a felony because of his several past convictions.
Turner was arraigned Tuesday in Painesville Municipal Court where Judge Michael Cicconetti set his bond at $25,000.
Turner did not post bond and his next court hearing is scheduled for Tuesday.