He was charged with cruelty to animals, too. Someone reported him.
Then before that he was arrested and jailed for making threatening phone calls. Dozens of traffic tickets over the years for wreck less driving, speeding over 15mph above posted limit, running stop signs, all kinds of things.
He's a menace and a danger to society.
South Carolina's habitual offender law states that a person who has been convicted of committing at least three described offenses within a three year period is an habitual traffic offender. S.C.Code Ann.§ 56-1-1020 (2006). Included in the list is “operating or attempting to operate a motor vehicle while under the influence of intoxicating liquors, narcotics or drugs.” Id.§ 56-1-1020(a)(2).