A drunken Naperville man who drove nearly 50 mph over the speed limit last summer in a residential area of the city and then resisted arrest has been sentenced in that case.
Justin A. Cisneros, 22, lives on the 1900 block of Ridgefield Lane, in the Old Farm neighborhood on Naperville’s far south side. He pleaded guilty Tuesday in DuPage County Circuit Court in Wheaton to charges of driving under the influence of alcohol and speeding over the statutory limit by 40 mph or more.
Court records showed Associate Judge James J. Konetski accepted Cisneros’ plea. The judge placed him on a year of court supervision for the DUI and a year of conditional discharge for speeding, according to records.
Cisneros also owes $3,279 in fines and court costs, records indicated. Companion charges of interfering with a city officer and disobeying two stops signs were dismissed in exchange for his plea.
A Naperville police patrol officer took note of Cisneros’ silver, 2003 Saab sedan about 2:23 a.m. Aug. 3, police Cmdr. Lou Cammiso said last summer.
The officer watched as the car ran several stop signs in the area of Bauer Road and Columbia Street. That is in the Indian Hill area of the city’s northeast side.
Cammiso said the officer’s radar unit showed Cisneros driving at 72 mph. The speed limit there is posted at 25 mph.
The officer stopped Cisneros near Iroquois Avenue and Chippewa Drive. “Once he was stopped, he resisted the officer’s efforts to arrest him,” Cammiso said.
Neither the officer nor Cisneros was injured during the scuffle. Cammiso said Cisneros offered no reason for his speeding.
An examination of court documents revealed Cisneros previously received two traffic tickets in DuPage County, but has no criminal record there or in Will and Kane counties.Tags: DUI