LONG BEACH (CBS) — A former Long Beach fire captain behind bars on a DUI offense is in trouble one again, this time for being drunk in jail.

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John David Hines, 38, was serving time for felony drunk driving charges when he allegedly filtered hand sanitizer and got drunk off the ethanol it produced.

The Long Beach Press-Telegram reports Hines had a blood alcohol level of .22 — nearly three times the legal driving limit — when he was discovered staggering around in jail.

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Hines was originally sentenced to more than four years behind bars for a hit and run incident that left a bicyclist with severe injuries.

That sentence was stayed to a year in jail plus probation.

Hines now faces new charges and possible prison time for probation violations.

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