COLUMBUS: About 1,800 Ohioans have been arrested 10 or more times for drunk driving, the Columbus Dispatch reports.

Multiple drunk driving arrests are the exception. More than 1.3 million state residents faced drunken driving charges and about two thirds of those have been arrested only once, the newspaper reports.

Yet there is a group of drivers who don’t appear to be deterred by law enforcement or the courts.

George Tribune, 60, of Wilmington, and Robert Burton, 56, of Youngstown, each have been arrested 20 times for drunken driving, the newspaper reported.

Tribune is in prison on a felony drunken-driving conviction. Burton could not be reached for comment, the newspaper said.

Their most recent drunken-driving arrests came in 2015. Tribune was arrested in Wilmington, near Dayton; and Burton was arrested in Austintown, near Youngstown.

Read the Dispatch story here.