A North Aurora woman was arrested on a number of charges following a driving complaint call near Somonauk on Tuesday.
According to the DeKalb County Sheriff's Office, 31-year-old Amber Moberly of Doral Ln. is charged with Unlawful Possession of a Controlled Substance, two counts of Unlawful Possession of Drug Paraphernalia, Unlawful Possession of Hypodermic Syringes, Obstructing Identification and Driving While License Suspended; she was additionally cited for Disobeying a Stop Sign and Improper Lane Usage.
Deputies received a driving complaint call about a vehicle, which was found to be driven by Moberly, entering DeKalb County on Chicago Rd. then south on Somonauk Rd. near Somonauk at around 5:45 a.m.
The complaint was of a vehicle driving all over the road and into the ditch after running a stop sign.
DeKalb County Sheriff's officials asked Somonauk Police officials for assistance in locating the vehicle.
Somonauk officers located Moberly's vehicle and stopped it in the area.
Upon contact with deputies, Moberly allegedly immediately jumped into the back seat and acted sick while proving them with several false names.
Deputies initiated a DUI investigation after Moberly allegedly provided them with her sister's name. Moberly was not found to be under the influence, but deputies allegedly observed drug paraphernalia in plain sight in the vehicle.
Allegedly located inside the vehicle were several items of drug paraphernalia, several hypodermic syringes and a substance that field-tested positive for heroin.
Deputies arrested Moberly under the false name and transported her to the DeKalb County Jail for booking.
Upon booking, deputies continued to investigate and were able to discover Moberly's true identity.
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