Kelly Dorler

Kelly Dorler

Police Chief at Medina

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On Thanksgiving Day, Kelly Dorler, 45, of Medina, was arrested for the 12th time on OVI charges.
Medina Police Chief Patrick Berarducci tells Fox 8 News, on Thursday evening, Kelly Dorler, 45, of Medina, was arrested after police received a phone call from a citizen who said Dorler's van was weaving from lane-to-lane on West Washington Street. The caller followed Dorler until police could arrive. Once pulled over, police arrested Dorler for OVI, a third degree felony. A blood alcohol test showed his blood alcohol content was .174, more than two times the legal limit in Ohio. According to Chief Berarducci, Dorler remains in the Medina County Jail awaiting his initial court appearance.

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Medina Police Chief Patrick Berarducci tells Fox 8 News, on Thursday evening, Kelly Dorler, 45, of Medina, was arrested after police received a phone call from a citizen who said Dorler's van was weaving from lane-to-lane on West Washington Street.
The caller followed Dorler until police could arrive. Once pulled over, police arrested Dorler for OVI, a third degree felony. A blood alcohol test showed his blood alcohol content was .174, more than two times the legal limit in Ohio. According to Chief Berarducci, Dorler remains in the Medina County Jail awaiting his initial court appearance.

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Ohio Man Arrested for 12th DUI - Kelly Dorler
Who said that we've gotten tougher on drunk driver over the past few years? At least in Medina, Ohio, you can get arrested a least a dozen times before they even think about putting you away for good. Authorities in Medina arrested a man on Thanksgiving Day for allegedly driving drunk. The arrest was the man's 12th for operating a vehicle while intoxicated. Medina Police Chief Patrick Berarducci tells Fox 8 News, on Thursday evening, Kelly Dorler, 45, of Medina, was arrested after police received a phone call from a citizen who said Dorler's van was weaving from lane-to-lane on West Washington Street. The caller followed Dorler until police could arrive. Once pulled over, police arrested Dorler for OVI, a third degree felony. A blood alcohol test showed his blood alcohol content was .174, more than two times the legal limit in Ohio. According to Medina County Clerk of Courts records, Mr. Dorler has multiple domestic violence and arson charges. Kelli's_mom,  7:21 PM   I see this every day. it's sadly pathetic when those ads run that say "you will get caught and you will be arrested" they should add.... 'but dont worry, you'll be out soon and can do it over and over and over again' Pam, mother of a dead child named Kelli

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