Naperville woman gets jail for DUI, traffic offenses
BY BILL BIRD firstname.lastname@example.org November 3, 2012 2:02AM
Updated: November 7, 2012 11:33AM
A Naperville woman with a checkered driving record has been sentenced to two months in Will County Jail, after being convicted of driving drunk last winter in Lockport.
Kimberly A. Lombardi, 40, last lived on the 900 block of Winners Cup Court, in the Haverton area of Naperville’s far south side. She was found guilty of driving under the influence of alcohol, driving with a suspended license, driving without insurance and obstructing identification, according to Will County traffic court records.
A judge on Tuesday ordered Lombardi to serve 60 days in jail, applying four days of credit toward that term for time she spent in custody after being arrested. Court records indicated she was also placed on two years of probation, ordered to undergo alcohol abuse counseling and fined a total of $1,577.
Her recent troubles began Nov. 21, when she was arrested by Bolingbrook police for driving with a suspended license. She was next stopped on Dec. 29 in Lockport and charged with driving with a suspended license and driving without insurance.
Lockport police then curbed Lombardi’s vehicle on Jan. 21, when she was charged with DUI. Lockport police or another law enforcement agency also charged her that day with obstructing identification.
All of those cases were settled during last week’s court appearance.
Additionally, Lombardi appeared Oct. 1 in DuPage County Circuit Court in Wheaton, where she pleaded guilty to a charge of driving with a suspended license last October in Naperville, according to records. A judge that day ordered her to perform community service work, placed her on conditional discharge and fined her, records indicated.
Court documents showed her record also includes a total of eight speeding or traffic tickets issued betwen January 1996 and April 2011 by the Naperville and Bensenville police departments, Illinois State Police and the DuPage County Sheriff’s Office. She was also charged last year with retail theft in Aurora, according to Kane County Circuit Court records.