Sunday, October 20
DUI: Woman Had .149 BACPolice charged Guadalupe Silva, 19, of Berwyn, with driving under the influence of alcohol during a traffic stop in the 7600 block of Lake Street about 2:45 a.m. Police said Silva's blood alcohol content was .149, almost twice the legal .08 limit. Silva was charged with DUI and other traffic offenses, police said.
Saturday, October 19
Felony DUI, No Valid License
Police charged Eduardo Ortiz, 26, of Chicago, with felony DUI and other traffic offenses during a stop in the 7300 block of North Avenue about 4:50 a.m. Ortiz, who did not have a valid driver's license, refused to submit a breathalyzer test, police said.
Friday, October 18
Felony DUI, Suspended LicensePolice charged Bruce Mullins, 45, of Franklin Park, with felony DUI during a stop in the 7200 block of North Avenue about 12:30 a.m. Police said Mullins was driving on a suspended license because of a prior DUI conviction, and that he did not have proof of insurance. Mullins refused to submit to a breathalyzer test at the station, police said.
Thursday, October 17
Felony DUI, Suspended LicenseGregory Brooks, 28, of Broadview, was arrested for DUI after police found him sleeping at the wheel of his car near the intersection of Thatcher Avenue and Lake Street about 3:20 a.m. Police said Brooks' license was suspended because of a previous DUI conviction, and that he refused to take a breathalyzer test. He was charged with felony DUI.
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