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Naperville woman found naked in car sentenced

Callea L. Plunkett
Callea L. Plunkett

A Naperville woman who was discovered naked in the back seat of a car with her boyfriend in late May has been fined, after being found guilty of possessing drug paraphernalia.

Callea L. Plunkett, 22, pleaded guilty Monday in the DuPage County Circuit Court’s Wheaton Field Court to a city of Naperville municipal charge of unlawful possession of drug paraphernalia, according to court records. A companion count of possession of less than 30 grams of marijuana was dismissed in exchange for that plea, records indicated.

Associate Judge Mary E. O’Connor accepted Plunkett’s plea and ordered her to pay $630 in fines and court costs, records showed. O’Connor gave Plunkett until Sept. 22 to make those payments, according to records.

Naperville police about 11:47 p.m. May 27 found Plunkett and her boyfriend, Daniel R. Lavigne, inside a vehicle parked on the 100 block of Douglas Avenue, outside the apartment in which Plunkett lives. A written police report stated two people were found there “in the back of a vehicle naked.”

Police were sent to the apartment complex to investigate “a report of a suspicious vehicle” in the lot, Sgt. Bill Davis said in May. The official police report on the incident indicated Plunkett and Lavigne “were found in the back seat area with no clothes on when officers approached” the car, Davis said.

The couple got dressed while a canine unit was being sent to the area. The specially-trained police dog detected the presence of narcotics in the car, Davis said.

Police searched the car and found a small, plastic bag that allegedly contained 0.4 grams of marijuana, as well as a glass smoking pipe.

Lavigne, 28, of Lisle, is on probation in a 2008 felony case of marijuana possession in Bolingbrook, while Plunkett has been convicted twice in two years of driving under the influence.

Bolingbrook police on April 10, 2008 arrested Lavigne on felony charges of possession of a controlled substance and the manufacture or delivery of 10-30 grams of marijuana, according to records on file in Will County Circuit Court in Joliet.

The controlled substance charge was dismissed later that year, although Lavigne was convicted of the marijuana count, records showed. A judge in March 2012 sentenced him to six months in jail and placed him on 2 1/2 years of probation, a probationary period that records indicated does not end until mid-September.

Plunkett was arrested in April 2011 by Downers Grove police and charged with drunken driving, and in late May 2013 for driving drunk in Aurora.

She was found guilty in December 2011 in the Downers Grove case and placed on a year of supervision, according to records. She was found guilty last October of the Aurora DUI charge and ordered to perform 240 hours of public service work and placed on 18 months of conditional discharge, a form of probation.

Lavigne, like Plunkett, was charged with possession of less than 30 grams of marijuana and unlawful possession of drug paraphernalia. He is set to appear July 10 in court to answer those charges.

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