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Will County DUI Arrests: Feb. 16

A look at recent driving under the influence arrests in Will County.

Joliet

Feb. 13 Quiwana D. Bills, 37, 1203 Highland, Joliet, arrested by the Will County Sheriff's Office and booked into the Will County jail on Feb. 13 on charges of driving under the influence of drugs, no license and disregarding a stop sign.

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Feb. 9 Diane M. Miller, 53, 242 Haller, Romeoville, arrested by the Joliet Police Department and booked into the Will County jail on Feb. 9 on charges of driving under the influence of alcohol, driving an uninsured motor vehicle, disobeying a police officer's order, improper traffic lane usage, going the wrong way on a one-way street and electronic communication device.

Feb. 9 Vincente E. Chandler, 22, 667 Fourth Ave., Joliet, arrested by the Crest Hill Police Department and booked into the Will County jail on Feb. 9 on charges of drivng under the influence of alcohol and improper lane usage.

Feb. 9 Audon Gonzalez, 37, 927 Kelly, Joliet, arrested by the Will County Sheriff's Office and booked into the Will County jail on Feb. 9 on charges of driving under the influence of alcohol, blood alcohol content over .08 and failure to reduce speed.

Feb. 7 Angel Guzman, 26, 567 E. Benton, Joliet, arrested by the Joliet Police Department and booked into the Will County jail on Feb. 7 on charges of driving under the influence of alcohol, blood alcohol content over .08 and operating an uninsured motor vehicle.

Romeoville

Feb. 10 Jesus M. Sanchez, 36, 501 Pasadena, Crest Hill, arrested by the Romeoville Police Department and booked into the Will County jail on Feb. 10 on charges of aggravated driving under the influence, possession of a controlled substance, unlicensed driver, operating an uninsured motor vehicle and failure to wear a seat belt.

Plainfield

Feb. 12 Paul Lungren, 44, of the 7700 block of Douglas Court, Frankfort, was arrested by Plainfield police at 11:44 p.m. at Joliet Road and Route 59 and charged with driving under the influence of alcohol, failure to signal and failure to yield at a stop sign, according to police.

Feb. 9 Audon Gonzalez, 37, of the 900 block of Kelly Avenue, Joliet, was arrested by Will County Sheriff's police at 127th and New Avenue and charged with driving under the influence of alcohol and failure to reduce speed to avoid an accident, according to police.

Feb. 9 Daniel J. Hyzny, 21, of the 13000 block of Meadow Lane, Plainfield, was arrested by Will County Sheriff's police and booked into the Will County Jail on charges of driving under the influence of alcohol and improper lane use, according to police.

Feb. 6 Henry Bartsch, 58, of the 1500 block of Somerfield Drive, Bolingbrook, was arrested by Plainfield police at 11:17 p.m. at 135th Street and Naperville Road and charged with driving under the influence of alcohol, police said.

Feb. 4  Sandie Dresden, 30, of the 15000 block of Route 59 in Plainfield was arrested by Will County Sheriff's police in the 2200 block of Route 59 and charged with driving under the influence of alcohol, failure to signal and possession of a controlled substance, police said.

Bolingbrook

Feb. 3 Sammy Gibson, 47, 275 Old Elm Dr., was arrested at 2:50 a.m. and charged with improper lane usage and DUI following a traffic stop on the 400 block of W. Boughton Road, police said. 

Feb. 3 Arnold White, 23, 16W564 Honeysuckle Rose Ln., Willowbrook, was arrested at 4:48 a.m. and charged with DUI, improper lane usage, speeding and no valid registration following a traffic stop on the 400 block of N. Bolingbrook Drive, police said. 

Feb. 2 Eric Liebing, 33, 520 Glendale Ave., Glen Ellyn, was arrested at 1:55 p.m. and charged with DUI, improper lane usage, no valid driver’s license and no insurance following a traffic stop on the 100 block of N. Weber Road, police said. 

Police report information is provided by local police departments. Charges are not evidence of guilt. They are a record of police actions on a given day, and persons charged with a crime are presumed innocent until proven guilty in court. If you or a family member are charged or cited and the case is subsequently adjudicated, we encourage you to notify the editor. We will verify and report the outcome.

Muha February 17, 2013 at 11:13 PM
God love you, Lisa. I will make you a part of my daily rosary.
John Roberts February 18, 2013 at 02:47 AM
do the laws stop people from DUI? Nope.. Does the money go back to the community? nope ..Do people die from trying to out run the cops because of fear of going to jail? yep..The laws do not do anything..murder,rape,theft have all been illegal for years and some carried a punishment of death and still happened..This is just like drugs this will never end. laws have a reverse effect also..just look at the nice one just created the No electronics in the garbage..every where you go now down just about every alley way and road side there are TV's and electronics...Now what is the city going to do? make it a harsher punishment to do this..not set up things like donation boxes..but set it up to where your money will be taken and the electronics will still be dumped..lol..People just need to be aware there are drunk drivers out there..and yes I lost my mother from a drunk driver...Running from the cops at 110mph on his crotch rocket so drunk driving has effected me also...but I still do not think sending people to prison is working..and community service..if you knpw the right people then your all good ya wont be doing much of it..this is a catch 22 but prohibition was way way worse...
Lynard Skynard February 18, 2013 at 03:17 AM
Oh yea "anonymous"(lol). Everyone's out to get you. Are the black helicopters covertly circling your house? Is the govt taping your phone again ? Paranoia the destroya. You're a regular "rebel without a clue" I think the govt has better things to do then follow some jobless loon
GlockG22Shoots40s February 18, 2013 at 05:00 PM
I don't have an answer for the problem, but I also don't believe we should just let mayhem ensue and do away with all laws. The way the enforce them may need some fine tuning. The way to stop rape, murder, and theft, (or at least limit or slow the activity) is concealed/open carry without need of a permit. People's vision of the old wild west are quite far fetched. Vermont and Arizona have such a problem with allowing their citizens to carry don't they? Bottom line, many of the laws are simply cash cows for municipalities, counties, and states.
Bill February 19, 2013 at 05:36 PM
The solution, effecient public transport like our European cousins!

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