Driving on a Suspended License Violations Total Six; Police Blotter

Random registration checks dominate police activity.

Random Registration Checks Nab Six

New Lenox police kept their eyes open, checking for errant drivers. In a three day period, Thursday, Wednesday and Tuesday, six out of multiple registration checks resulted in tickets for driving on a suspended license, police said.


  • Jacob Hellriegel, 20, 700 block of Tauber Road, was stopped for a speeding violation in his vehicle at Marley Road and Green Glen Court. A run of his license showed that he was driving on a suspended license. He was ticketed for both violations and released.
  • Patricia Hernandez, 18, Manhattan, was stopped in a vehicle at Route 30 and Marley Road after a run of her plates showed that she was driving on a suspended license. She was ticketed and released.
  • Ryan Sepanski was stopped at Route 6 and Silver Cross Boulevard after a check of his plates indicated that he was driving on a suspended license.


  • David Dukey, 51, 1800 block of Constitution Road, was pulled over at Cedar Road and Joliet Highway. He was ticketed for driving on a suspended license and released.


  • Samuel Banuelos, 54, was pulled over at Route 30 and Gougar Road. He was ticketed for driving on a suspended license and released.
  • Nicloe Swindle, Oak Hill, Fla., was stopped for driving without a front license plate at Haven Avenue and Pine Street. A registration check revealed that she was driving on a suspended license. 

Criminal Damage to Property Complaints

Police also received two complaints of criminal damage to property. On Thursday, Oct. 11, someone from the 200 block of Stone Court reported that a mailbox was damaged.

On Wednesday, Oct. 10, police were called to the 100 block of Towncrest Street, where it was reported that someone had sliced the tire on a car.

The blotter information is provided by law enforcement agencies. Charges are not evidence of guilt. They are a record of police actions taken on a given day, and persons charged with a crime are presumed innocent until proven guilty in court. If you or a family member are charged or cited and the case is subsequently adjudicated, we encourage you to notify the editor. We will verify and report the outcome.


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