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CITATIONS

Published: Thursday, Oct. 25, 2012 6:46 p.m. CDT

• An Aug. 25 Grundy County Sheriff’s Department charge of operating a motor vehicle with suspended registration was dismissed against Daniel L. Heck, 27, of 625 Liberty Street.

• A June 19 Grundy County Sheriff’s Department charge of driving with a suspended license was dismissed against Daniel P. Suits, 28, of Mazon.

• A Sept. 8 Illinois State Police charge of operating an uninsured motor vehicle was dismissed against Geralyn K. Duff, 40, of 1738 W. Anne Lane.

• An Aug. 30 Illinois State Police charge of operating an uninsured motor vehicle was dismissed against Candace Sharp, 47, of Braidwood.

• An Aug. 30 Illinois State Police charge of operating an uninsured motor vehicle was dismissed against Carol L. Starr, 49, of Mazon.

• Jesus M. Jaramillo, 54, of 326 E. Jackson St., pleaded guilty to a May 24 Morris Police Department charge of driving with a suspended license. Jaramillo was fined $300.

• Aug. 17 Grundy County Sheriff’s Department charges of driving with expired registration and operating an uninsured motor vehicle were dismissed against Sherry L. Schultz, 36, of Gardner.

• Marcelo Mozo, 24, of Carbon Hill, pleaded guilty to a June 4 Coal City Police Department charge of driving with a suspended license. Mozo was fined $300.

• An Aug. 8 Morris Police Department charge of driving without a license was dismissed against Sarah E. Strainis, 30, of Minooka. A second Aug. 11 Grundy County Sheriff’s Department charge of driving with a driver’s license expired over a year was also dismissed.

• A Sept. 10 Grundy County Sheriff’s Department charge of operating an uninsured motor vehicle was dismissed against Vanessa L. Mateja, 22, of Marseilles.

• Markos Beltran, 27, of Minooka, pleaded guilty to a May 30 Minooka Police Department charge of driving with a suspended license. He was fined $175.

• Josephine E. Hogue, 48, of Marseilles, pleaded guilty to a Sept. 26 Morris Police Department charge of failure to yield. Hogue was sentenced to 90 days of court supervision and fined $205.

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