A Rhode Island man somehow managed to rack up four drunk driving arrests over the course of a 30-hour period which finally came to an end last Monday.

The Smoking Gun reports that 53-year-old Providence native John Lourenco's first arrest took place on Sunday afternoon after he crashed his vehicle into an SUV. Two children inside of the other vehicle were treated for minor injuries at a hospital in Providence.  

Between 7:15 a.m. and 5 p.m., Lourenco terrorized the town of Cumberland, R.I.:

At 7:15 Monday morning, Lourenco—driving a Chevrolet Malibu—rear-ended another vehicle. Lourenco was subsequently arrested after his blood alcohol content was measured at .22, nearly three times the legal limit. He was later given a court summons and released into the custody of his 79-year-old father, Cumberland cops report.

Around 11:15 AM, a Cumberland cop spotted Lourenco—now behind the wheel of a 1970 Plymouth Barracudadriving erratically. Lourenco, a general contractor, was pulled over and an officer determined he was intoxicated. He was transported to the Landmark Medical Center, where he “was released from police custody to the hospital.”

Lourenco’s fourth arrest occurred around 5 PM after he departed the hospital and got into a dump truck he owns. He eventually crashed the construction vehicle into “a tree and a wall doing heavy damage to all.” Lourenco “sustained minor injuries and was transported back” to the hospital for treatment of new injuries.

What's more ridiculous than the fact that Lourenco was released on bail an astonishing four times is that he managed to crash a different car in each incident.

[via The Smoking Gun]

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