A Michigan man whose rap sheet includes 13 convictions for drunk driving has again been arrested for operating a vehicle while intoxicated.
Zenon Bialokur, 54, was nabbed Friday after a sheriff’s deputy pulled him over for running a traffic signal. “Upon talking to the driver, the deputy determined that he was intoxicated,” police report.
A subsequent records check revealed Bialokur’s 13 drunk driving convictions, which date back to 1998. Additionally, Bialokur’s record includes ten convictions for driving with a suspended license and 12 “current suspensions of his driving privilege.”
Bialokur was charged with felony drunk driving, driving without a license, and possessing “open intoxicants” in a motor vehicle. At Bialokur’s arraignment yesterday, a judge set his bond at $50,000.
Bialokur is locked up in the Macomb County jail. His car, a 1998 Pontiac Grand Prix, has been impounded by police.