A local man convicted of driving drunk ten times will spend the next four years in prison.
Jammie Goodman, 42, of Kinston has been in prison since August for habitual drunk driving, but he was back in court Tuesday to take a plea deal on other drunk driving charges. That's according to the Kinston Free Press, which says Goodman now has four years in prison ahead of him.
The paper says in the past eleven years, Goodman had eight DWI convictions and two habitual impaired driving convictions.
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