Tri-Cities DUI Arrests, Feb. 10

Here's this week's roundup of local drunken driving arrests.


Jan. 31:

  • Diego Morales, 26, of the 1000 block of Lorlyn Circle, Batavia, was charged with aggravated DUI—no driver's license. He was arrested at 11:14 p.m. on the 300 block of North Avenue, according to a police report. He was transported to the Kane County Jail to await bond call. Morales was also cited for the following:
  1. Improper lane usage (two citations)
  2. No valid drivers license
  3. DUI: BAC. 08 or more
  • Dar Fazio, 30, of the 1500 block of Fairway Drive, Lisle, was arrested at 2:17 a.m. on the 300 block of Chestnut Street. He posted $100 on a credit card and his driver's license for bond. Fazio received a Feb. 27 court date. He was also cited for the following:
  1. DUI: Alcohol
  2. Operating an uninsured vehicle
  3. Disobey stop or yield sign (two citations)
  4. Improper signal (three citations)
  5. Speeding


Feb. 4: James D. Peters, 50, of the 6N200 block of Woodland Drive, St. Charles, was driving on Route 71 near Legion Road, southwest of Yorkville, when a Kendall County sheriff’s deputy clocked him driving 104 mph in a 55 mph zone about 10:27 p.m. Although the report lacked details, it did state that Peters’ arrest on a charge of speeding was followed with a charge of driving under the influence of alcohol.

Feb. 1: Kathryn Dale Doepke, 22, of the 100 block of South 3rd Street, St. Charles, was charged with driving under the influence of alcohol, DUI with a blood-alcohol content greater than .08 and improper lane use after the vehicle she was driving struck a parked vehicle in the 100 block of South 3rd Street. Police said her blood-alcohol level was .248, which is three times the legal limit. She was released on her own recognizance pending a Feb. 21 appearance in court.

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