New Jersey's Shuan Campbell is the Pete Rose of drunk driving—the hits just keep coming! In April he chalked up his 15th drunken crash, when he smashed his SUV head-on into a pickup carrying a man and his 4-year-old daughter. Fortunately, the father and daughter were not seriously injured in the accident, after which Campbell tried to flee the police by running (staggering?) into a park. Yesterday the 40-year-old East Rutherford resident admitted his blood-alcohol level was .288 percent, or more than triple the state's .08 percent level. Prosecutors are seeking a maximum prison term of more than two years for Campbell, whose license has been suspended 78 times . According to WCBS, he'll also lose his driver's license for at least another 10 years, but we have a feeling neither prison nor a lack of license nor tougher drunk driving laws will hold Campbell back from swerving straight to the top of the charts. (He still faces drunken-driving charges in Pequannock and Wayne, New Jersey, too!)