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A compilation of DuPage County Circuit Court proceedings of April 12-18.

Felony

Dispositions

- Carol J. Alexander, 56, 749 N. Waller, Chicago. Theft-deception: guilty; 30 months probation, court costs/fines $201.

- Kenneth S. Alexander, 41, 333 S. Hale, Addison. Deception-bad check: guilty; 88 days in jail, court costs/fines $205. Deception-bad check: case dropped.

- James T. Ashley, 21, 215 Healy Ave., Romeoville. Retail theft: case dropped.

- Robert E. Atkins, 24, 4022 S. State St., Chicago. Possession of controlled substance: guilty; 22 days in jail.

- John D. Bonovich, 21, 718 Roosevelt Road, Hanover Park. Receiving, possessing or selling stolen motor vehicle: case dropped. Aggravated unlawful possession of a stolen motor vehicle: guilty; 4 years in jail, court costs/fines $205.

- Jerome D. Brown, 36, 580 E. Gundersen, Carol Stream. Forgery: guilty; 180 days in jail.

- Casey W. Carr, 41, 205 N. Second St., Libertyville. Deception-bad check: guilty; 3 years in jail.

- Romundo R. Chapman, 27, 1015 S. 11th, Maywood. Theft: guilty; 24 months probation, court costs/fines $205.

- Luvada B. Clay, 22, 409 N. York Road, Elmhurst. Retail theft: guilty; 46 days in jail, court costs/fines $205.

- William R. Collins, 28, 80 Country Lane, LaGrange. Unlawful aquisition of a controlled substance: guilty; 18 months in jail, court costs/fines $755.

- Daphine L. Crain, 18, 3456 W. Ohio, Chicago. Issuing or delivery of a forged document: guilty; 132 days in jail, court costs/fines $205.

Misdemeanor

Dispositions

- Jennifer L. Andrlik, 17, 65 E. Washington, Lombard. Reckless driving: guilty; court supervision.

- Michael A. Aparicio, 29, 5257 S. Campbell, Chicago. Driving while license suspended: guilty; court costs/fines $80.

- Kyle O. Armstrong, 24, 1744 Zepplin, Hanover Park. Retail theft: guilty; 180 days in jail, court costs/fine $130.

- William F. Arnold, 23, 231 Mark Ave., Glendale Heights. Improper use of evidences of registration or certificate of title: case dropped.

- Jose A. Arzola, 38, 323 High St., Aurora. Driving while license suspended: guilty; court costs/fines $100.

- Robert E. Atkins, 24, 4022 S. State St., Chicago. Possession of a firearm or ammunition without a firearm owners ID card: guilty; 22 days in jail.

- Harvey A. Bailey, 34, 1701 Whitney, Hanover Park. Driving with license revoked: guilty; court costs/fines $100.

- Douglas W. Ball, 28, 6049 S. Kenneth Ave., Chicago. Improper use of evidences of registration or certificate of title: case dropped. Driving while license suspended: guilty; court costs/fines $100.

- Therese R. Bandmeir, 32, 225 Meadowbrook Drive, Bolingbrook. Deception-bad check: guilty; 1 year probation.

- Kevin D. Barnes, 35, 224 Hayes St., Romeoville. Driving while license suspended: guilty; court costs/fines $80.

- Kevin M. Barrett, 40, 108 Fellows Court, Elmhurst. Driving while license suspended: guilty; court costs/fines $100.

- Lawrence A. Barton, 53, PO Box 1192, Wayne. Improper use of evidences of registration or certificate of title: guilty; court costs/fines $75.

- Robert S. Beckwith, 44, 3S267 Birchwood Drive, Warrenville. Domestic battery: case dropped.

- Ronald J. Belfiore, 37, 232 Normandy, Addison. Battery: guilty; court costs/fines $235.

- Jeffrey D. Bell, 23, 672 Buena Vista Drive, Glen Ellyn. Driving while license suspended: guilty; court costs/fines $80.

- Thomas F. Bellas, III, 24, 1225 Nashua Lane, Hanover Park. Retail theft: guilty; court costs/fines $224.

- Kevin A. Bermiso, 19, 3036 Diane Drive, Aurora. Driving while license suspended: guilty; court costs/fines $150.

- Julie A. Beverly, 37, 174 Dunteman, Glendale Heights. Domestic battery: case dropped. …

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