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Elmhurst Police Send Two Drivers to County Jail Sunday on Aggravated DUI Charges

One of those arrested also was charged with endangering a child.

Elmhurst Police Send Two Drivers to County Jail Sunday on Aggravated DUI Charges Elmhurst Police Send Two Drivers to County Jail Sunday on Aggravated DUI Charges

Gabriela Eugenio-Santiago, 29, 1902 W. 48th St. Apt. 1, Chicago, was arrested and charged with driving under the influence of alcohol, driving on a revoked license and endangering the health and life of a child after police pulled over her tan Chevrolet Venture for improper lane use and speeding at Interstate 290 and North Avenue at 12:54 a.m. Sunday, Jan. 6. She also was charged with failure to secure a child under 8 years old in a restraint system.

Police took her to DuPage County Jail, where was held on $8,000 bond, and her vehicle was towed for forfeiture. Her next court appearance is scheduled for Feb. 4.

In another incident Sunday, Eric Miranda, 40, 5630 W. 23rd Place, Cicero, also was charged with aggravated DUI and driving with a revoked license after an officer on patrol said he saw his Ford Windstar strike a curb several times at Grand Avenue and Church at 2:21 a.m. Jan. 6. Police said Miranda eventually pulled into a lot and drove over a parking block.

Miranda also was charged with driving without insurance. He was taken to DuPage County Jail, where he was held on $15,000 bond, and his vehicle was towed for forfeiture. His next court appearance was not yet listed in DuPage County Clerk's records.

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