Blotter: Crete, Monee, Park Forest, University Park
by Dennis Sullivan
Sept. 20, 2015
A 43-year-old Richton Park resident awaiting sentencing for driving on a revoked license is charged with three driving-related felonies, according to Will County Circuit court records.
Illinois State Police took Delano Keenan Biloche of the 5300 block of Crosswind Drive into custody Tuesday on charges of drunken driving/fourth arrest, drunken driving/no license and driving on a revoked license/third arrest.
Biloche, also charged with speeding in a construction zone and improper lane use, remained in the Will County Adult Detention Facility this afternoon in lieu of $15,000 cash bail.
University Park Police arrested Biloche on Nov. 18 for driving on a revoked license, failure to reduce speed to avoid a collision, making an improper turn at an intersection and no insurance.
On July 29, Biloche pleaded guilty to the Class 4 felony, which carries a sentencing range of 1-3 years in prison. He was released in anticipation of Oct. 7 sentencing.
SENTENCING SLATED: A Deer Meadows subdivision resident could be sent to prison for 1-3 years when he returns to Will County Circuit court Nov. 4. Dennis P. Brown, 60, of the 800 block of Wilshire Lane was found guilty of two counts of aggravated drunken driving, a Class 4 felony, during a Sept. 2 trial, according to Will County Circuit court records. Brown was arrested in June 2014 by Will County Sheriff’s deputies on four traffic charges: running a stop sign, improper lane use, drunken driving and driving on a revoked license. The drunken-driving and revoked-license charges were later combined into the felony driving charge. Brown remained in the Will County Adult Detention Facility this morning in lieu of $50,000 cash bail.
FELONY H&R: Beecher resident Kenneth J. Smith 46, of the 900 block of Penfield Street, is scheduled to return to Will County Circuit court Monday for a preliminary hearing on a charge of aggravated DUI in connection with an Aug. 28 hit-and-run crash in Crete, according to court records. The upgraded charge, approved Aug. 31, alleges two counts of bodily harm and one count of leaving the scene of a crash involving injury or death. The new felony charge combines two lesser charges: hit-and-run and drunken-driving with a blood-alcohol concentration above the legal limit. Smith remained in the Will County Adult Detention Facility this morning in lieu of $7,500 cash bail.
DUI ARRAIGNMENT: Monee resident Michael D. Lynch, 37, of the 6600 block of Maple Court in the Gorman Farms subdivision, was arraigned Sept. 11 on a charge of drunken driving, according to Will County Circuit court records. Will County Sheriff’s deputies arrested Lynch Aug. 2 near the intersection of Goodenow Road and Hickory Street in unincorporated Goodenow.
WEAPONS CHARGE DISMISSED: On a motion by prosecutors, a charge of reckless discharge of a firearm was dismissed Wednesday against unincorporated Crete Township resident Alfred L. Moore, 64, according to Will County Circuit court records.
REGISTRATION FAILURE: Crete resident Antwoine C. Williams, 20, of the 500 block of 2nd Street was booked into the Will County Adult Detention Facility Sept. 11 by Crete Police for violating sex offender-registration requirements and failing to register within three days of moving into a new residence.
RESIDENTIAL BURGLARY: Park Forest resident Tario L. Fuller, 39, is scheduled to appear at a Sept. 30 preliminary hearing on a charge of residential burglary, according to Will County Circuit court records. Will County Sheriff’s deputies arrested Fuller of the 200 block of Mantua Street on Sept. 5 in connection with an alleged break-in at a home in the 22400 block of Meadowood Road in the Steger Estates subdivision.
JAIL, PUBLIC SERVICE: Lincolnshire East resident Shawn a. Wade, 48, was sentenced to 10 days in jail and ordered to perform 25 hours of public service Aug. 28 after pleading guilty to misdemeanor theft, according to Will County Circuit court records. Tinley Park Police took Wade, of the 3600 block of Ronald Road, into custody July 9 in connection with an incident at a tobacco shop.
DOMESTIC BATTERY: Willowbrook resident Michael W. Dace, 54, of the 24200 block of Timberline Trail was arrested Sept. 7 by Will County Sheriff’s deputies on a domestic battery charge, according to Will County Circuit court records.
DOMESTIC BATTERY: Pheasant Lake Estates resident Louis V. Damico of the 0-100 block of Sandpiper Lane was arrested Tuesday by Will County Sheriff’s deputies on two counts of domestic battery, according to Will County Circuit court records.
CAR VANDALIZED: The rear window was shattered Sept. 7 on a vehicle parked in the 1900 block of Norfolk Road in the Steger Estates subdivision.
HOME BURGLARIZED: A laptop computer, decorative ostrich egg and two emu eggs were stolen during a Sept. 1 break-in at a home in the Steger Estates subdivision. Will County Sheriff’s deputies said residents came home to the 2400 block of Thorn Lane to find ranch dressing, eggs, and hot sauce thrown onto the ceiling, walls, floors, and carpets in the kitchen, dining room and living room, and a burner on the gas stove left on. Deputies are unsure if the incident is related to an incident a few days earlier in which a brick was thrown through two large sliding glass doors at the home.
POT CHARGE: Monee resident Craig M. Quick, 20, is scheduled to appear in Will County Circuit court Oct. 7 on a three-count drug-related felony charge. Quick, of the 5700 block of Timber Lane, is charged with manufacturing-delivering more than 30 grams of marijuana, possessing more than 30 grams of marijuana and possessing a controlled substance, according to court records. Monee Police booked Quick into the Will County Adult Detention Facility on Tuesday, following a traffic stop for improper lane use and illegal use of an electronic device. Court records show Quick’s arrest came 15 days after he was placed on two years’ probation after pleading guilty to possession of a controlled substance. That charge stemmed from a Feb. 20 arrest by Will County Sheriff’s Police.
DOMESTIC BATTERY: Hometown resident Jonathan M. Rizzo, 27, was arraigned Sept. 11 on a felony charge of domestic-battery/3 prior convictions, according to Will County Circuit court records. Monee Police arrested Rizzo on Aug. 19 in connection with the alleged incident in the 5600 block of West Sutton Place.
POT CHARGE: Sauk Village resident Jawan R. Nelson, 26, of the 2100 block of East Sauk Trail was booked into the Will County Adult Detention Facility Friday on a warrant for failing to appear in Will County Circuit court for possession of more than 30 grams of marijuana, according to court records. Park Forest Police originally arrested Nelson March 19 on the felony charge. He is free on $1,000 cash bail.
DOMESTIC BATTERY: Park Forest resident Treion Usher Jr., 30, of the 500 block of Antietam Street is charged with two counts of domestic battery in connection with an alleged Sept. 13 incident on the 100 block of Arbor Trail, according to Will County Circuit court records. He is scheduled to appear at a pretrial hearing Oct. 7.
LICENSE PROBATION: Park Forest resident Deshawn M. Duncan, 20, of the 400 block of Orchard Drive was placed on 12 months’ probation Sept. 11 after pleading guilty to driving on a suspended license. Will County Sheriff’s deputies arrested Duncan on the charge on Feb. 17.
DUI SENTENCING SCHEDULED: Chicago Heights resident Fernando C. Garcia, 42, of the 100 block of East 24th Street, pleaded guilty Aug. 31 in Will County Circuit court to drunken driving July 11 at Crawford Avenue and University Parkway in unincorporated University Park, according to court records and Will County Sheriff’s information.
SUSPENDED LICENSE: Burnham resident Deontye Ray, 27, was charged Aug. 11 with driving on a suspended license, no registration light and no insurance during a traffic stop at Exchange Street and Western Avenue by Will county Sheriff’s deputies.
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