Dean Suominen, 37, avoided a possible jail term by pleading guilty to drunken driving and reckless driving charges stemming from the Jan. 10, 2012, crash in Naperville.
One woman was killed and two others were hurt when a speeding vehicle driven by one of them careened out of control and struck a light pole in the Calumet Heights neighborhood, police said.
A man from Naperville who told police he was driving at a speed of 111 mph because he was in a hurry to have sex with a girlfriend was convicted and sentenced Thursday in that case.
Why are so many drivers speeding through school zones, especially the ones behind the wheel of those big yellow buses with kids aboard? CBS 2’s Dave Savini reports.
Plainfield Police stopped a speeding car almost a week ago. Not news, you say?
A teenager’s life in the fast lane didn’t last long in far northwest suburban Marengo.
Zachary P. Ramirez said he was in a hurry–to have sex.
A Chicago Police officer falsely reported a raucous bar fight so he could avoid a possible DUI arrest in northwest suburban Niles, Cook County prosecutors said Wednesday.
A southwest suburban Minooka man was charged with drunken driving after driving the wrong way at excessive speeds near Plainfield.
Ottawa Police received a call around 5 a.m.about two people that were in the process of committing retail theft at the local Wal-Mart.
A speeding motorist high on marijuana and angel dust dived head-first into a shocked stranger’s car through the driver’s side window, then bizarrely yelled to chasing cops that “the pancakes are on the floor,” authorities say.
You might not know it yet, but coming soon to a street corner near you could be traffic speed traps – maybe a lot more of them than Mayor Rahm Emanuel discussed last week.
A motorist and her passenger were injured when the vehicle she was driving crashed into a corner store Saturday afternoon in the Brainerd neighborhood on the South Side.
An Aurora man was arrested in Naperville earlier this week after police caught him going 111 mph in a 45 mph zone.
Long after Gary police stopped pursuing two speeding motorcycles, one of the drivers lost control and crashed into a passenger car on Indiana 51.
A man allegedly bragged to an officer that his 2002 Chevrolet Camaro, with 600 horsepower, reached 160 mph as he fled from police.
Police say a man went from driving 23 mph over the limit, then to a drastic 110 mph in an attempt to evade police in the Kendall County town of Milington.
A teenager from southwest suburban Plainfield was arrested this week when he was caught driving 108 miles per hour down a busy street.
A woman had two young children in her car when she was stopped for driving 63 mph in a 45 mph zone while drunk, police said.
If you have a lead foot, you’ll want to ease up on the pedal in 2011. In just a few days, a new Illinois law will crack down on aggressive drivers.