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The Whitehall Township man allegedly drove drunk in January, February, April and May, police said.

A man with four DUI cases is back in jail after a fifth incident this past weekend, where he allegedly crashed into a utility pole while driving drunk.

Douglas Linsenman, of the 900 block of West Pennsylvania Street in Whitehall Township, was free on $5,000 unsecured bail in two cases.

Following the crash Sunday afternoon on Orefield Road in South Whitehall Township, Linsenman was arrested and sent to Lehigh County Jail in lieu of $250,000 bail.

Linsenman was then arraigned Tuesday morning on two additional DUI cases, incidents on April 17 in South Whitehall Township and May 26 in Allentown.

District Judge Rashid Santiago set bail at $50,000 in the Allentown case, and District Judge Jacob Hammond set bail at $5,000 in the South Whitehall case. Linsenman’s total bail is now $305,000.

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The 55-year-old Linsenman is awaiting trial in a DUI case from Jan. 12 in Whitehall Township, and a preliminary hearing for a Feb. 15 DUI case in Allentown, records show.

In his most recent arrest, South Whitehall police said they were called at 2:10 p.m. Sunday for a car crash on Orefield Road at Allison Lane.

Linsenman was driving a Ford Fusion eastbound on Orefield Road, when he drove off the road, onto the shoulder and into a utility pole, police said.

Linsenman was taken to Lehigh Valley Hospital-Cedar Crest in Salisbury Township for reported chest pains, police said.

Township police said Linsenman had glassy eyes, slurred speech, and had trouble keeping his balance when he walked. Police are awaiting blood test results.

Linsenman is now facing seven counts of driving under the influence, three counts of careless driving, and two counts of restrictions on alcoholic beverages in a vehicle.

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