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(KSL News) A Utah County judge has denied a prosecutor's request to ban a chronic drunk driver from drinking and entering bars until his next court appearance.
Robert Van Dyke is facing a DUI charge after a Spanish Fork accident. Deputy County Attorney Craig Johnson says Van Dyke is a risk to the community and should be forced to stay out of bars.
Van Dyke has a history of alcohol convictions, including one for automobile homicide.
His next court day is December 14.