CELINA — A man with a history of drunken-driving offenses is adding to his troublesome record.
Jason Gray, of 228 N. Enterprise St., was driving a car just before 10 p.m. Saturday when he crashed into a parked car, Celina Police Chief Tom Wale reported. His arrest marked the ninth time Gray has been arrested on a drunken-driving charge.
Officers responded to the crash scene at 122 N. Lake St., where the 35-year-old Gray ran into the parked car, Wale reported.
The crash caused heavy damage to Gray’s 1988 Monte Carlo SS and moderate damage to the parked car, Wale reported.
Gray was not injured, but a dog was somehow involved in the crash and received a cut to the top of his head, Wale reported.
Gray’s blood-alcohol content tested at 0.212 percent, almost three times Ohio’s limit of 0.08 percent to be ruled too intoxicated to drive, Wale reported.
Gray’s car was towed from the scene, and he was taken to the Mercer County Jail, Wale reported.
Gray’s case will be reviewed for a likely felony drunken-driving charge, Wale reported.