Tri-Cities DUI Arrests, Oct. 14
Here is this week's roundup of drunken driving arrests in Batavia, Geneva and St. Charles.
Oct. 2: Dina M. Lamanna, 32, of the 1100 block of Lexington Lane, Batavia, was cited with the following:
- DUI: B.A.C. .08 or more
- DUI: Alcohol
Lamanna was arrested on the 100 block of Wilson Street at 12:11 a.m. She posted $300 bond and has a court date of Oct. 24.
Sept. 19: Jake A. Forni, 22, of the 3N900 block of Amherst Court, St. Charles, was cited with the following:
- Improper lane usage
- DUI: Alcohol
Forni was arrested at Randall Road and Orchard Road at midnight. He posted $100 and his driver's license for bond. He has a court date of Oct. 24.
Oct. 7: William Robert Allred, 32, of the 1700 block of Walnut Street, was arrested at 1:31 a.m. at 1300 E. Main St., on charges of driving under the influence of alcohol and speeding, 44 in a 30 mph zone. He was released on his own recognizance pending a Nov. 15 court appearance.
Oct. 5: Jennifer E. Johnson, 31, of the 7N000 block of Riverside Drive, was charged at 11:47 p.m. with DUI, DUI with a blood-alcohol content greater than .08, and speeding, 41 in a 25 mph zone. She was arrested on the 1100 block of North 5th Avenue. Police said her blood-alcohol content was .219. She posted bond and was released pending a Nov. 8 court appearance.
Oct. 2: Nancy Elizabeth VonEsh, 48, of the 500 block of South 16th Street, was charged at 5:49 p.m. at South 5th and Indiana avenues with driving under the influence of alcohol, DUI with a blood-alcohol concentration greater than .08, leaving the scene of an accident, improper lane use, and illegal transportation of alcohol. Police responding to a hit-and-run accident received a license plate number and traced it to VonEsh’s home, where police arrested her. Her blood-alcohol concentration registered at .339, more than four times the legal limit. She posted $100 and her driver’s license and was released pending a Nov. 1 appearance in Kane County Court.
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