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FAIRBANKS - A Fairbanks man has been sentenced to two years in prison for his 9th drunken driving conviction since 1975.
The Daily News-Miner reports John R. Miller will also be subject to seven years of probation under the terms of a plea agreement.
Superior Court Judge Robert Downes called the sentence "extremely light," but accepted the plea deal since it fell within the presumptive sentencing range.
The 57-year-old Miller previously had his driver's license revoked for life. His latest arrest came in April when he crashed a 1997 Ford Expedition into a guardrail while police were trying to pull him over.