Natrona County District Court Judge Kerri Johnson sentenced a man to prison for his fourth Driving Under the Influence (DUI) conviction in less than 10 years.

Weston P. Barnes will serve 2.5 to 5 years for the charge with 229 days credit for time served.

Barnes was represented by Public Defender Marty Scott. The case was prosecuted by District Attorney Dan Itzen.

In Wyoming, a fourth DUI within 10 years is a felony, which comes with up to seven years in prison and up to a $10,000 fine.

Barnes' sentence came from an arrest on January 26 at about 4:01 PM. Officers learned of a potential fight between two males at the Maverick in Mills. They caught up to one of the males -- Barnes -- when he failed to use a turn signal. Barnes was also driving a vehicle with an expired temporary license plate. This per an affidavit supporting the charges.

Court records say that Barnes failed several field sobriety tests and was uncooperative with a blood draw, thereby police were unable to determine his BAC at the time. Barnes did, however, tell police that he had been drinking and would probably be arrested on a fifth DUI.

In Wyoming, non-commercial drivers are considered legally drunk if their blood alcohol level is 0.08% or higher. (For drivers of commercial motor vehicles, including school bus drivers, a BAC of 0.04% or higher is illegal.)

Here Are 10 Remarkable Country Artists Who Are Sober!

These 10 country stars stay sober. See the story behind, why, how, and how long these artists have kept themselves clean!

Casper Restauranteur Offers Sober Alternatives to Classic Cocktails

The Drinkery by Cory offers zero proof alternatives to classic cocktails.

More From K2 Radio