An inmate died Saturday at the Maine State Prison in Warren, state officials said.

The inmate was identified as Peter Dubord, 55, of Augusta. He died around 2:30 p.m. Saturday. The Department of Corrections said the Maine State Police and medical examiner’s office are both reviewing Dubord’s death.

Dubord had been in prison five weeks, the department said. He was serving a 10-year sentence, with all but seven years suspended, for operating under the influence, and a six-month sentence for operating without a license. At his trial in April, Dubord said he suffered from health problems, including stage 4 liver disease.

The conviction was Dubord’s ninth for drunken driving.

Dubord was convicted in April and sentenced July 1. The sentencing judge, District Court Judge Eric Walker, rejected the prosecutor’s recommendation of a 10-year sentence with all but four years suspended. His lawyer had asked for no more than 18 months in prison because five of Dubord’s previous drunken driving convictions were at least 26 years old.

Dubord was stopped by a state trooper on Sept. 28, 2014, after he was clocked on radar going 69 mph in a 40 mph zone in South China. He testified at his trial that he had consumed two 24-ounce cans of a beer with an 8.1 percent alcohol content, but didn’t think he was drunk.

“You have a right to testify,” Walker told Dubord at his sentencing. “You do not have a right to lie to the jury.”