Will County Illinois Sheriff DUI arrest bookings
WEEK OF APRIL 8 THRU 14; MARCH 25 Thru 31
Will County Sheriff’s deputies responded to a serious injury crash around 10 pm April 12, 2014. Upon arrival they observed a 2005 Chevy Silverado in the roadway with extensive damage. Initial reports indicate that the driver, Nathan A. Nagel, age 22, of 607 Oak in Lockport was traveling northbound when he lost control, drove onto the west shoulder, crossed over the lanes and began to skid. The truck then struck two trees, sheared off the right rear tire, and struck a mailbox and a boulder along the east side of the roadway. Nagel and two male passengers; a 14 year old and a 16 year old, were all transported to area hospitals by Lockport Township Fire and Homer Township Fire. Deputies later visited Nagel at Adventist Bolingbrook where they charged him with DUI (blood ethanol .364). He was admitted for further testing with a bruised forehead and chest pain. The two passengers were transported to Silver Cross where the 14-year-old was checked by medical staff and released. The 16 year old suffered serious injuries and was transported to Loyola Medical Center.
Paul McVay, age 40, of 73 Morgan in Gardner was arrested for DUI, operating an uninsured motor vehicle, disregarding a stop sign and improper lane usage, Location: W. Coal City and N. Division, April 11, 2014.
Christopher Pessetto, age 32, of 1169 Julie Lane in Crete was arrested for DUI and speeding.
Dedrick D. Brown, age 36, of 658 2nd Avenue in Joliet was arrested for DUI and unauthorized lighting system.
Trebien Zabo Caradine, age 28, of 211 E. Mound in Joliet was arrested for failure to signal and DUI.
Rene Ortiz, Jr., age 21, of 517 Pontiac in Joliet was arrested for failure to dim headlights, driving while license suspended, DUI, and failure to use hand-free device.
Gregory A. Raymond, age 25, of 1113 Gael Drive in Joliet was arrested for DUI and disobeying a traffic control device.
Juana Hernandez, age 60, of 306 N. Ottawa in Joliet was arrested for DUI and improper lane usage.
Karrie A. Schuler, age 40, of 201 E. Woodlawn Road in New Lenox was arrested for DUI, operating an uninsured motor vehicle and improper lane usage.
Jaime Mejia, age 31, of 815 Penfield Avenue in Joliet was cited for failure to signal, improper lane usage and DUI.
Sarah Chodl, age 22, of 2872 Passage Lane in New Lenox was arrested for following too closely, improper lane usage, and DUI.
Angela Holmes, age 38, of 1005 Rooney Drive in Joliet was arrested for DUI, speeding, operating an uninsured motor vehicle and improper lighting/one headlight.
Jose Nieto, age 41, of 160 Farm Gate Lane in Bolingbrook was arrested for improper lane usage, failure to signal, operating an uninsured motor vehicle, and DUI.
Donald F. Steinhaus, age 37, of 13 Fernwood Drive in Bolingbrook was arrested for speeding, failure to signal, improper lane usage, DUI, resisting a peace officer and criminal damage to government supported property.
Allyssa B. Nagra, age 22, of 416 Fairmont Avenue in Lockport was arrested for speeding, improper lane usage, operating an uninsured motor vehicle and DUI.
Gabriel Alejandro Garcia, age 18, of 561 Cumberland Lane in Bolingbrook was arrested for failure to yield at intersection, failure to reduce speed to avoid an accident, driving while license suspended, illegal consumption of alcohol, and DUI.
Orlando Hernandez, age 23, of 6046 Campbell in Chicago was arrested for DUI, illegal transportation of alcohol, operating an uninsured motor vehicle, improper lane usage and no valid driver’s license.
Moises Jaime, age 41, of 13524 W. Oakwood Court in Homer Glen was arrested for DUI, operating an uninsured motor vehicle, improper lane usage, and no tail lights.
Juan Mendez, age 30, of 4539 Spaulding in Chicago was arrested for DUI and driving while license suspended.
Brittany Michor, age 25, of 1801 Pembrook Court in Plainfield was arrested for possession of drug equipment, DUI, speeding and failure to signal.
During the recent St. Patrick’s Day crackdown the Will County Sheriff’s Office made 1 DUI arrest, 31 speeding citations, 27 no insurance citations, 14 driving while license suspended/no valid drivers license, 22 no cell phone/hands-free citations, 9 lane usage/moving violation citations, 22 non-moving citations, along with 13 no seatbelt/child passenger citations.
The Will County Sheriff’s Office joined forces with other state and local law enforcement and highway safety partners in the Illinois St. Patrick’s Day campaign. The campaign featured high visibility enforcement combined with a variety of outreach activities which included a strategic media campaign as well as additional enforcement activity.
The crackdown took place as data shows a recent increase in drunk driving fatalities in Illinois.
This law enforcement crackdown was funded by federal traffic safety grants through IDOT’s Division of Traffic Safety and is part of the statewide “Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over” and “Click It or Ticket” campaigns.