Arrest made after crash


On May 4 at approximately 4:06 p.m., Ogle County Sheriff’s deputies responded to the 8000 block of N. River Drive in reference to a property damage crash. After investigation, deputies placed Gilbert Anderson, 76, of Byron, under arrest for driving while license revoked. Anderson was also issued a citation for improper lane usage. Anderson was transported to the Ogle County Sheriff’s Department and held in lieu of bond.
May 5
On May 5, the following people were arrested for outstanding Ogle County warrants:
Nore Hatfield, 54, of Mount Morris, for bad checks. Hatfield posted the $3,000/10 percent bond and was released from the Ogle County Jail. Hatfield will appear in court on May 29.
Michelle Donoho, 23, of Dixon, for failure to appear. Donoho posted the $218 full cash bond and was released from the Ogle County Jail with no further court date.
On May 5 at approximately 6:13 p.m., deputies responded to a single vehicle motorcycle accident in the 17000 block of West Illinois Route 52. It was determined that a southbound motorcycle being driven by Mike Elvin, 55, of Ashton, traveled off the west edge of the roadway. The motorcycle then overturned multiple times before coming to rest in the west ditch embankment. Mike Elvin and a passenger on the motorcycle, Carla Elvin, 44, of Ashton, also fell from the motorcycle as it overturned. Mike was transported to KSB Hospital by Polo EMS for treatment of injuries. Carla was also transported to KSB Hospital by Polo EMS where she was then flown by helicopter to Mercy Hospital for treatment of her injuries. After an investigation into the accident, Mike was placed under arrest for driving under the influence of alcohol. Mike was also cited for improper lane usage and failure to reduce speed to avoid an accident. Deputies were assisted at the scene by Polo Fire/EMS, Lanark Police, and the Carroll County Sheriff’s Office.
May 6
On May 6, Jay Aguilar, 51, of Rochelle, was arrested for failure to appear. Aguilar had a bond of $721 and went to court. Aguilar received a $1,000 recognizance bond and was released from the Ogle County Jail. Aguilar will come back to court on June 24.
On May 6, the Ogle County Sheriff’s Office arrested Victor Gonzalez, 56, of Chicago, for no valid driver’s license, operating an uninsured motor vehicle and speeding. Gonzalez was arrested by deputies on I-39 after being stopped for speeding. Gonzalez was held in lieu of bond at the Ogle County Jail.
May 7
On May 7 at 3:31 a.m., Ogle County Sheriff’s deputies were dispatched to the Paddle Wheel Inn reference to a disturbance. Upon further investigation, Bobby G. Tribble, 44, of Rockford, was arrested for unlawful possession of controlled substance. Tribble was transported to the Ogle County Jail, where he remained in lieu of bond.
May 8
On May 8, the following people were arrested on outstanding Ogle County warrants:
James Morrison, 57, of Rockford, for failure to appear. Morrison has a full cash bond of $6,447 and was scheduled to appear in court May 10.
Declan Blumenthal, 20, of Byron, for violation of a stalking no contact order. Blumenthal posted the $3,000/10 percent and was released with a return court date of May 31.
On May 8 at approximately 11:40 a.m., Ogle County Sheriff’s deputies responded to a single vehicle roll over in the 8000 block of E. Flagg Road. After investigation, the driver of the vehicle was identified as Daniel Lee, 77, of Dixon. Lee was traveling west bound in a red Jeep when he left the right side of the roadway. Lee was then transported by Ashton ambulance to Rochelle Community Hospital where he was treated for minor injuries. Lee was issued a citation for failure to reduce speed to avoid an accident.
May 9
On May 9 at 9:50 a.m., Ogle County Sheriff’s deputies stopped a blue Toyota Scion on Sixth Street and Jefferson Street in Oregon. After a further investigation the driver Nathan D. Stinnett, 36, of Franklin Grove, was arrested for driving without a license, expired registration, and no insurance. Stinnett was transported to the Ogle County Jail where he posted bond and was given a June court date.

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