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Sheriff's Blotter: Frankfort Woman Faces DUI Charge After Parking Lot Accident

Will County Sheriff's Office reports, April 16-23.

SUNDAY, APRIL 22

Peotone Woman Faces Traffic Charges After Accident

Kimberly A. Becker, 35, of the 10100 block of West Kennedy Road in Peotone, was charged with driving without insurance and failure to slow down to avoid an accident after she rear-ended a stopped vehicle waiting to turn in the 23000 block of South LaGrange Road. The driver of the struck vehicle—Morgan Neuens, 18, of the 25900 block of South Creekside Drive in Monee—was charged with driving without insurance and taken to Silver Cross Hospital in New Lenox with non-life-threatening injuries, the Will County Sheriff's Office report stated.

SATURDAY, APRIL 21

Vandals Tag Apartment Garage

The Will County Sheriff's Office received a report of painted graffiti on the side of an apartment garage in the 20000 block of South Frankfort Square Road.

WEDNESDAY, APRIL 18

Frankfort Woman Charged With DUI

Tina B. Haddad, 31, of the 22300 block of North Pine Ridge Court, was charged with driving under the influence, driving without insurance and failure to slow down to avoid an accident after an incident in the 19900 block of South Harlem Avenue. Haddard hit a guard rail in a parking lot and ran over a small tree, the sheriff's report stated. Her vehicle then became stuck in the grass, the report continued.

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tp_pete April 26, 2012 at 10:03 PM
Love the first story ("Peotone Woman ..."). Both the woman who caused the accident and the man who was in the car that got hit were cited for driving without insurance. Makes you wonder what % of people on the roads today don't have insurance. When I renew my license plates, it asked me for insurance policy details. I guess the State of Illinois isn't actually checking to see if the policies are valid, huh?
Joe Vince (Editor) April 26, 2012 at 10:12 PM
@tp_pete: In a lot of these cases, the person is pulled over for improper registration and then is also cited for driving without insurance. Joe Vince Local Editor, Frankfort
Joe Vince (Editor) April 27, 2012 at 05:16 AM
@edward mroz: I deleted your last comment because of the language. Refrain from swearing in the future. Joe Vince Local Editor, Frankfort

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