A Sugar Grove woman was arrested north of the village in unincorporated Kane County after she allegedly, "shouted threats and racial epithets at other drivers" and was found to be driving under the influence of alcohol.
The Kane County State's Attorney's Office charged 49-year-old Jolie Dubinski of Goldenrod Dr. with felonies for Aggravated DUI – No Insurance, Criminal Damage to Government Supported Property, and misdemeanors for Resisting a Police Officer and Disorderly Conduct -- Breach of Peace.
Prosecutors allege that at about 4:00 p.m. on Tuesday, multiple motorists called 911 about a driver who ran a stop sign and nearly caused a crash at Bunker Road and Main Street in Blackberry Township.
The driver, later identified as Dubinski, also allegedly shouted threats and racial epithets at other drivers and later allegedly did the same to Kane County Sheriff's deputies.
Deputies responded and upon making contact with Dubinski, they noted an odor of alcohol coming from the vehicle, and allegedly found 11 empty liquor bottles.
Prosecutors also allege that Dubinski damaged the rear video camera and other parts of a squad car's interior, after she was arrested.
Damage is estimated at $1,300.
Bail was set at $25,000 on Wednesday with 10 percent needed to bond out of the Kane County Jail. Her next court date was set for July 15th.
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