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Mary Richards, KSL NewsradioAdvocates are frustrated that two parolees with multiple DUIs between them are busted again.
"DUI is a real serious crime," says Art Brown, with Mothers Against Drunk Driving, "and those people need to be a little more respectful of life and the community in which they live."
Robert Van Dyke is on parole for killing a woman in 2000 while driving drunk. Authorities say he was caught driving under the influence again last week in Spanish Fork.
The other guy, Ted Davie, has six DUIs. Deputies say when they tried to pull him over again, he rammed a deputy's car.