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Vacaville Man’s Bail Revoked after 7th DUI Arrest

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VACAVILLE -- A Solano County judge has revoked a Vacaville man's bail after his seventh arrest for driving under the influence.

The problem is that Michael Wynters' DUI cases, including one in Seattle and another in Benicia, were extended into over 40 court appearances while he posted bail in each case. Trying to use court delays is not an unheard of tactic.

His bail was set at $130,000 before it was revoked.

Wynters' photo was posted to a Vacaville community Facebook group, asking bars and markets not to sell him alcohol.

"I’m not going to judge him as a person, he’s obviously got an issue with alcohol,  but I’m most concerned about my family," driver Heath Coppock said.

Wynters' next court appearance is June 27. Until then, he will remain in custody.