A Naperville woman who allegedly drove drunk last winter while trying to help her inebriated, snowbound son has been charged again with drunken driving.
Natalia P. Nosenko is free on bond and awaiting trial on charges of driving under the influence, driving without insurance, driving in the wrong lane of traffic and speeding, in connection with an incident earlier this week, according to written Naperville police reports.
The 42-year-old Nosenko also spells her first name Natalya. She and her son, Dimitriy V. Nosenko, live on the 1300 block of Monmouth Avenue, in Naperville’s University Heights neighborhood. They were arrested within minutes of each other on March 6 on drunken-driving charges.
Details of Natalia Nosenko’s most recent arrest were not immediately available from police. Written records indicated only that she was arrested about 8:28 a.m. Tuesday near Cassin Road and Naper Boulevard in Naperville, just under two miles west and south of her home.
Police said in the March incident an intoxicated Dimitriy Nosenko telephoned his mother for help, after his gray, 2011 Toyota Corolla became stuck in a snowbank on the 900 block of Mill Race Lane, a short distance west of the family’s home.
Sgt. Bill Davis in March said a patrol officer was sent to that address, which is near the Farmstead Swim & Racquet Club in the Signal Point neighborhood. Dimitriy Nosenko, 20, “was found to be under the influence and was arrested,” Davis said.
Natalia Nosenko “was at home when she got a call from Dimitriy, to come and assist him getting his vehicle unstuck,” Davis said. She then drove her gray, 2012 Honda van “out to the scene to assist, (and) was also found to be DUI, and was subsequently arrested,” Davis said.
Police charged Dimitriy Nosenko with two counts of DUI and one of improper lane use. Natalia Nosenko was charged with DUI, driving without insurance and stopping, parking or standing on a roadway.
DuPage County Circuit Court records showed Dimitriy Nosenko was placed on supervision in August 2011, after having been ticketed a month earlier by Naperville police for possession of drug paraphernalia. Natalia Nosenko’s only previous brushes with the law were two speeding tickets.
Both mother and son are scheduled to appear June 17 in court in the alleged March incident. Natalia Nosenko’s arraignment on the most recent DUI charge is pending.