ALLENTOWN, Pa. - An Allentown man charged in a DUI crash that injured a pregnant woman and three others has pleaded guilty.
Jame Lauer pleaded guilty to several charges, including DUI and causing an accident involving personal injury.
Police said Lauer's blood-alcohol level was four times the legal limit when he crashed into a car at Tilghman and Albright streets back in January.
A family of four, including a pregnant woman, were hurt. None of the injuries were serious.
Lauer was so drunk at the time of his arrested he couldn't stand up, according to police.
Police said it was Lauer's fourth DUI arrest since 2003.
Lauer is scheduled to be sentenced Aug. 21.
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