LANCASTER, Pa. (WHTM) – A Lancaster man could serve up to one year in prison for his third DUI conviction since 2012.
Marcellus D. Williams pleaded guilty Tuesday to driving under suspension and other related charges in connection with his third DUI in March.
During the latest incident, Williams was pulled over for driving in a turn-only lane on Lincoln Highway East. After failing sobriety tests, police also discovered that Williams’ license was suspended from a prior DUI conviction.
Williams’ prior DUI convictions were in 2013 and 2012.
Judge Donald Totaro will order a sentence after a background check is completed.
Williams will serve a mandatory minimum 60-day prison term for the driving under suspension charge.