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Will County DUI Arrests: Jan. 18

Check out who's been charged with driving under the influence this week.

Joliet

Jan. 10 Simon Tenorio-Gonzalez, 25, 338 Ruby, Joliet, arrested by the Joliet Police Department on a charge of driving under the influence of alcohol and released on a $300 cash bond.

Jan. 11 Sjontre Q. Thompson, 21, 201 4th Ave., Joliet, arrested by the Will County Sheriff’s Office and booked into the Will County jail on charges of driving under the influence of alcohol, blood alcohol content over .08 and speeding.

Jan. 12 Richard M. Marrella, 41, 4901 Lobelia, Plainfield, arrested by the Joliet Police Department and booked into the Will County jail on Jan. 12 on charges of driving under the influence of alcohol, failure to notify the police of a damaged or unattended vehicle, transporting or carrying alcoholic liquor and improper traffic lane usage.

Jan. 13 Kevin J. Churnovic, 21, 485 Trotter Drive, Coal City, Joliet, arrested by the Joliet Police Department on charges of driving under the influence of alcohol and blood alcohol content over .08 and released on a recognizance bond.

Jan. 14 Robert Q. Walker, 53, 917 Draper, Joliet, arrested by the Will County Sheriff’s Office on charges of driving under the influence of alcohol, transporting/carrying alcoholic liquor and improper traffic lane usage and released on a $100 cash bond.

Jan. 14 Lisa Anderson, 54, 1401 Phoenix, Joliet, arrested by Joliet Police Department and booked into the Will County jail on charges of aggravated driving under the influence of alcohol, fleeing/attempting to elude police officers and operating an uninsured motor vehicle.

Jan. 15 Terrance W. Bartimus, 64, 1215 Gould, Joliet, arrested by the Will County Sheriff’s Office and booked into the Will County jail on charges of aggravated driving under the influence of alcohol, driving under the influence of alcohol, blood alcohol content over .08, driving on a suspended license, obstructing identification and a headlight violation and on five warrants from DuPage County, Ogle County, Aurora Police Department and Naperville Police Department.


Plainfield

Jan. 4 Stephen Pherson, 54, of the 3100 block of Bennett Drive, Naperville, was arrested by Will County Sheriff's police at Book and Grommon roads in Wheatland Township and charged with driving under the influence of alcohol, failure to reduce speed to avoid an accident, illegal transportation of alcohol and following too closely, police said.

Jan. 12 Richard M. Marrella, 41, of the 4900 block of Lobelia Lane, Plainfield, was arrested by Joliet police and charged with driving under the influence of alcohol, failure to notify the owner of a damaged/unattended vehicle, improper traffic lane use and illegal transportation of alcohol, according to Will County jail records. Bond was set at $3,000.

Bolingbrook

Jan. 10 Quentin D. Woods, 32, 719 Westwind, Bolingbrook, was charged with driving under the influence (BAC 0.08), endangering a child and a local traffic infraction. He was transported to the Will County Adult Detention Facility.

Jan. 11 Michalina B. Melendez, 25, 967 Pennwood, Bolingbrook, was charged with aggravated DUI/license suspended or revoked. She was transported to the Will County Adult Detention Facility.


Romeoville

Jan. 1 Kristie Virgl, 21, 7817 Briarcliff, Plainfield, was charged with DUI and improper lane usage at Normantown Road, east of Weber Road.

Jan. 1 Damian Mucha, 26, 299 Shenandoah, Romeoville, was charged with DUI, no insurance, improper lane use, no DL on person and driving too fast for conditions at Weber Road, south of Grant Blvd.

Jan. 11 Tomas A. Delossantos-Rios, 42, 718 Echo, Romeoville, was charged with stopping, standing, parking violations; driving under the influence of alcohol and driving without a license. He was transported to the Will County Adult Detention Facility.

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