A Lincoln man -- who has been convicted 14-times for drunk driving – is in jail again for the same charge.
Bond has been set at $150,000 for Lee Collins.
The 73-year-old got out of jail in September for driving with a suspended license.
Collins had apparently passed out at an intersection in the northwest part of Lincoln Saturday night.
The Lancaster County Sheriff says the light was green and other vehicles had to go around him.
Lee Collins first conviction for DWI was in 1962 when he was 22.
Since he’s had 3 DWI convictions in the last 15-years, this arrest is a felony.
His next court date is February 25.
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