Plainfield Blotter: Drug Charges, Suspended License Arrests

Arrests reported by Plainfield police, other agencies.

Josie Webb. Credit: Will County Sheriff's Office
Josie Webb. Credit: Will County Sheriff's Office

Oct. 24

Josie E. Webb, 20, of the 15000 block of Joliet Street, Plainfield, was arrested by Will County Sheriff's police and booked into the county jail on a charge of manufacture/delivery of 10-30 grams of cannabis, police said.

Oct. 21

Brittney Anderson, 25, of the 500 block of Pontiac, Joliet, was arrested by Plainfield police at 8:09 a.m. at 135th Street and Route 59 and charged with driving on a suspended/revoked license, police said.

Carlos Gutierrez, 42, of the 2800 block of Stonebridge Drive, Plainfield, was arrested by Plainfield police at 10:21 a.m. at Ottawa Street and Route 59 and charged with driving a vehicle with suspended registration, no insurance.

Oct. 11

Robert Dela Rosa, 29, of the 1500 block of Daisy Court in Romeoville was arrested by Plainfield police at 7:37 p.m. at Naperville Road and Route 59 on an in-state warrant and charges of driving on a suspended/revoked license and driving an uninsured vehicle, police said.

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Olddeegee October 25, 2013 at 01:06 AM
Arresting and processing anybody on marijuana charges is a waste of police time. Write tickets,at least. It's time to change this.
Lucy October 25, 2013 at 10:52 AM
@Olddeegee, I get your point but isn't marijuana illegal? At 0 years old I think a young woman should be doing better things with her time. I'm happy to see her charged. She's not even legal to drink yet. I'd be furious if this were my child. Yes, heroin etc. is much worse but do we know what was in that manufactured marijuana? Shame on her.
joe October 25, 2013 at 01:00 PM
Our tax dollars pay a appointed Drug Czar in Disneyland East to stop drug trafficking but that has not happened, and never will. People who want drugs can always get them, and the Police are lucky if they catch 10% of the sellers. We sell alcohol, and some people turn into alcoholics. Use of marijuana can lead to other drugs in some cases, or just be used for recreational purposes. The choice is up to the individual. For sure if we legalize marijuana, grow it in approved areas, the Cartels in Mexico will not be able to purchase a new Porsche every 6 months. Drugs are here to stay, the bad guys know how to beat the system. That goes for gun control as well. It will never cease spilling over our borders. I know there is Medical Marijuana, but I've never heard of Medical Heroin.
Herc October 25, 2013 at 01:15 PM
Well Josie is just as happy as a lark! Idiot!
Matt October 25, 2013 at 03:57 PM
The police are wasting there time and money trying to stop weed its a lost cause they will never win. if the government legalized weed it would make so much profit that it could take this country out of debt. And hemp can be used to make paper and it would be more eco friendly and cheaper weed is not a drug it is a plant that god created. people only look at the reasons why it is bad for you and don't look at why it is good and helps people.
Nick October 25, 2013 at 04:08 PM
I hate the grammar police on internet forums and comment boards, but the above post is just awful. When you present an argument and exhibit grammar like that, you are only hurting your own cause. When I read that, I instantly assumed a stereotypical vision of potheads who were probably too burned out to finish high school. My point is not put you down, but to simply say that if you are going to make a written "pro-pot" argument, take some time to capitalize where necessary. The proper usage of periods and commas probably wouldn't be a bad idea either. It will only help people take those arguments a bit more seriously.
Matt October 25, 2013 at 04:15 PM
If it bothers u then ignore it and dont be a bitch about it
Lisa S. October 25, 2013 at 04:20 PM
Poppies are a plant that God created to and we all know how that goes. Here's a novel idea: don't want to get arrested? Don't break the law. Because unless/until the existing law changes, you can argue endlessly about the good and the bad of legalizing marijuana and the end result doesn't change.
Matt B. October 25, 2013 at 10:45 PM
Way to take constructive criticism Matt. Very intelligent response.
Jon doki October 27, 2013 at 02:32 PM
@LISA S... You are a fool mam, I am sorry to say so but it is true. Yes poppies are also a plant but do you even have the slightest of clues as to how that plant is churned into heroin? Maybe you should look it up lady, they introduce MERCURY and other extremely toxic substances into the plant which makes it a DRUG not just any longer a PLANT... There is a huge difference between the two and the law? What law are we talking about here miss? The law created by these fools of judges and our government that just enslave us? Or are we talking about the LAW that God Himself created, which quite frankly doesn't say $hit about making His plants illegal. Its all for the government and these cops/ judges to make money and until fools like YOU realize it, our country will never change, FOOL. Now go back to your nursing job dishing out poisonous pharmaceuticals to ignorant souls that know nothing better about real medicine.
Lisa S. October 27, 2013 at 04:51 PM
Ok Jon doki ...so you are going to go with "god made me do it". Got it. As a supplement to your obviously stellar education, Sir, may I suggest that you 'look up' how many people with your rhetoric are being hosted in our penal facilities.
Jon doki October 27, 2013 at 05:47 PM
@Lisa S. ......You obviously don't get it... the people who are "being hosted in our penal facilities" for marijuana are there in slavery and should NOT BE PUNISHED FOR PARTAKING IN A PLANTS FRUITS. For thousands and thousands of years generations of all different cultures around the world used cannabis for various reasons. I need not to "look up" how many people are sent away to prison each year for a herb in the same class as parsley or oregano, simply because I know the numbers are staggering. The numbers are outrageous to say the least and these "penal facilities" waste YOUR money as well as mine housing non-violent cannabis offenders. Its all a money making scheme, which is why the prison industrial complex is held by private companies who reap the benefits off of poor souls who believed they were doing nothing morally wrong, as you should "look up" how much it costs YOU and I the taxpayer to house these people each year for a plant. If I am correct its around $42,000 per year per inmate. So you take a kid that works a minimum wage job possibly earning around roughly $20,000 a year at most if he's lucky. Now place him in prison and suddenly he is worth over twice what he was making a year. What sense does that make? Your college education did nothing but brainwash you into thinking how the government wants you to think fool. What do you have to say now Lisa? I'm waiting for the first intelligent response by You....
GlockG22Shoots40s October 28, 2013 at 12:54 PM
Arresting people for pot is a HUGE waste of taxpayer resources. No wonder this country is broke.
Nick October 28, 2013 at 03:34 PM
@Matt - Thanks for perpetuating the stereotype, tough guy.
Jon doki October 28, 2013 at 05:40 PM
@Lisa its been 24 hours now since you have babbled on about your pure ignorance... Where is the intelligent response we are all waiting for? Oh, that's right, you cannot come up with even a BS response..
Lisa S. October 28, 2013 at 07:00 PM
Oddly enough Jon doki, I don;t spend all day watching the Patch for your brilliant explanations of how the world should work. Yes, it's all a conspiracy to enslave honest Americans just like you imparted by God with the knowledge that they should proliferate cannabis. Since I am such a fool apparently, rather than simply complain, what are YOU doing to change this miscarriage of justice other than pontificating on the Patch?
Jon doki October 28, 2013 at 07:45 PM
@ Lisa S. There is nothing I CAN do to change the MAN MADE laws, as I have no position of authority in the public whatsoever, as I am probably less than HALF your age, the only thing I can think of doing is trying to inform ignorant people like you to the truth. If I can at least get at least one person who reads my posts to at least have a change of mind about cannabis and do some research then I feel that I have succeeded for now. How are you trying to argue when your state has just past a medical marijuana law set to start January 1? Please explain your reasoning for the harshness towards cannabis, as your last post didn't answer any of my questions towards you... just made you less credible.
Lisa S. October 28, 2013 at 09:17 PM
So your answer to what you are doing is nothing? Not surprising at all. Don't particpate in the political process but sit home and complain about it. I am done engaging in this ridiculous diatribe with you. Insult me all you want. I read your other posts on the subject stating that marijuana has been proven to be good for children. After that there really isn;t anything I can say about you that you haven't already.
Jon doki October 29, 2013 at 12:17 AM
@ Lisa S. Not just any child Lisa, but children who are in DIRE need of a medicine to help them with their everyday struggle of being sick. Maybe you should watch the story of the little children who would have died without cannabis, and then say how bad it is. And maybe I cannot be deeply involved yet because of my age? Im not some 30+ year old like you seem to be, but anyways heres the link so you can stop living life in ignorance http://youtu.be/BH5yzEu3JGQ
Mickey December 24, 2013 at 04:29 PM
Excellent video Jon! Thanks so much for sharing! So many people suffer and the cure is right in front of us. I had begun researching this when my dad had a stroke and on top of that Alzheimer's. he died because of the neglect in the nursing home because of his Alzheimer's and stroke kept forgetting he couldn't walk and ended up having a hematoma on his kidney and lacerated spleen. I believe if he had the opportunity to have this administered to him he would be celebrating Christmas with us this year. I tend to get the word out of this video and important information.
Fernando December 30, 2013 at 09:48 PM
Jon, for a stoner-you got some anger boy!


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