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Court Report

Jerry L. Collins, 41, of Marseilles, pleaded guilty to a June 22 Illinois State Police charge of exceeding the speed in a construction zone. He was sentenced to 90 days of court supervision and fined $90.

A June 15 Grundy County Sheriff’s Department charge of driving 21 to 25 miles per hour over the speed limit was dismissed against Andrew W. Massino, 22, of 2032 Oak Forest Drive.

A June 14 Morris Police Department charge of operating an uninsured motor vehicle was dismissed against Randall A. Small, 39, of 318 Maple Drive, Apt. 11.

A May 25 Coal City Police Department charge of driving with a suspended license was dismissed against Krista L. Castellanos, 41, of Gardner.

Cassie M. Clemmons, 17, of Seneca, pleaded guilty to a Jan. 8 Grundy County Sheriff’s Department charge of failure to reduce speed. She was sentenced to 90 days of court supervision and fined $205.

Marisol R. Aguilar, 53, 1665 N. Illinois 47, pleaded guilty to a Nov. 11 charge of speeding 71 mph in a 55 mph zone. Aguilar was cited by Minooka police.

Megan K. Lindstrom, 26, of Minooka, pleaded guilty to a Sept. 30 charge of speeding 51 mph in a 35 mph zone. She was cited by Minooka police.

A Oct. 6 charge of having no driver’s license was dismissed against Christy L. Tomlinson, 37, 406 Bedford Road. She was originally charged by Morris police.

Joseph P. Freeman, 33, pleaded guilty to Nov. 5 charges for failure to reduce speed and child restraint violations. He was fined more than $290 and sentenced to 90 days court supervision. A charge of disobeying a stop sign was dismissed. The Grundy County Sheriff’s Department charged him.
 

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