Kendall County DUI Arrests, Oct. 27
Oswego man leaves the scene after hitting brick retaining wall on Light Road.
Wednesday, Oct. 24 Yorkville police arrested Wendy L. Wilson of Big Rock for DUI Wednesday night. Wilson, 53, was charged with improper lane usage, driving without lights and DUI, according to Yorkville police.
According to the police report, Wilson was driving westbound along Route 34 without her headlights, even though it was about 10:30 p.m. She was pulled over by officers at Cannonball Road.
Wednesday, Oct. 17 Jacob R. Woods, 24 of the 100-200 block of Edgewater Court, Montgomery, was arrested at 12:50 a.m. at Boulder Hill Pass and charged with driving under the influence and two in-state warrants out of Kane County for unlawful possession of a controlled substance, said the Kendall County Sheriff’s office.
Saturday, Oct. 13 David N. Irvland, 47, of the 500 block of Chase Road, Lombard, was arrested at 1:15 a.m. at Route 34 and Boulder Hill Pass and charged with driving under the influence greater than .08 and improper lane usage, said Oswego police.
Friday, Oct. 12 A 20-year-old Oswego man driving under the influence of alcohol drove his car into a brick retaining wall on Light Road and then left the scene to return home, said the Kendall County Sheriff’s office. Austin Henry Willmann, 20, of 419 Badger Lane, drove his car into a brick retaining wall at 2500 Light Road at 12:31 a.m. He proceeded to leave the scene and was followed by a witness, who observed him drive to the residence of 419 Badger Lane, said the Sheriff’s office. When sheriff’s deputies arrived, Willmann was identified as the driver of the vehicle and was arrested and charged with a hit and run, driving under the influence of alcohol and the unlawful consumption of alcohol by a minor, the sheriff's office said.
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