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Police Make Several Arrests for DUI During the Halloween Witching Hours

Also, a punch is thrown in road rage incident and police pick up a suspicious person at the train station.

DUI Arrests

Heidi A. Tate, 31, 1233 Hamilton Ave., Elmhurst, was arrested and charged with driving under the influence of alcohol after police pulled over her silver Ford Focus for improper lane use at St. Charles and Route 83 at 1 a.m. Nov. 1. She was released on bond.

Jayme Peterson, 26, 6280 Trinity Drive Apt. 1A, Lisle, was arrested and charged with DUI after police pulled over her blue Chevrolet Malibu for weaving on the 200 block of North Walnut at 1:15 a.m. Nov. 1. She was taken to the hospital and released on I-bond.

Melanie A. Magday, 24, 1017 David Drive, Bensenville, was arrested and charged with DUI after police pulled over her black Kia Soul for speeding and improper lane use at York and North Avenue at 4:03 a.m. Nov. 1. She was released on bond.

Road Rage

A vehicle blocking the left turn lane at Arlington and St. Charles Road resulted in a road rage incident at 3:48 p.m. Nov. 1, police said. One driver blocked the lane so the offender could not pass. The offender eventually passed, and at the next stop light, both drivers got out of their vehicles. The offender said the other driver "approached him in an aggressive manner, so he punched him in the chin. No arrests were made.

Disorderly Conduct

Mark H. Banish, 60, 640 S. York Road Apt. 211, Bensenville, was arrested and charged with possession of alcohol in public and disorderly conduct after police responded to a call for a suspicious person at the train station, 128 W. First St., at 7:22 a.m. Oct. 31. He was released on bond.

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Ellafitz November 03, 2012 at 06:12 PM
Did anyone notice all of the panhandlers in downtown Elmhurst on Boo-tiful Saturday? What's going on Elmhurst police? I thought panhandling was illegal. I don't mind helping out someone in need, but I don't need to be harrassed and threatened in front of my children. I thought Boo-tiful Saturday was a way for local merchants to attrack business to our town, yet no one will want to come here if they are being approached by beggers.
Stewart Levine November 04, 2012 at 12:13 PM
i agree the amount of pan handlers and beggars are getting to be awful, i see them everywhere. dupage county jail must be a full house.. usually the pan handlers are drug addicts too, i never give them money or encourage the behavior there are many means of getting help if you are homeless

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