Kimball man gets minimum 10 year prison sentence for 5th offense DWI
A fifth offense drunk driving conviction will force a Kimball man to serve ten to fifteen years in prison. 30-year old Clifford Coyle received the sentence Thursday.
He was also sentenced to ten to fifteen years in prison regarding a probation revocation, which occurred because of a drunk driving incident in January of 2012. The sentences, however, were ordered to be served at the same time.
Coyle also had his driver's license revoked for 15 years in each case.
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