A man with five driving-under-the-influence convictions has been charged with it again.
Forty-five-year-old David Grose, of East Ryegate, pleaded not guilty yesterday to three charges stemming from an incident Saturday in which he allegedly spent hours drinking in a White River Junction bar and then followed its female bartender to her Plainfield, New Hampshire home where he had to be removed.
Lebanon police followed him into Vermont, failed to stop when they activated emergency lights and wouldn’t take a breath test when requested.
Grose, whose license had been revoked for DUI convictions could face five years in prison if convicted. And the Windsor County State‘s Attorney’s office plans to charge him as a habitual offender, which could land him in prison for life.