The New Lenox cops caught a couple drivers who shouldn't have been behind the wheel, police said.
First, the police pulled over Adam Calhoun, 33, of 204 E. Wood St. in New Lenox about 9:45 a.m. Friday near the corner of Route 30 and Vine Street.
An officer "conducted a random registration check and learned the owner had a suspended driver’s license," police said.
"The driver matched the description of the owner of the vehicle and the officer conducted a traffic stop," police said. "The officer confirmed that the driver had a suspended license."
Calhoun was charged with driving while license suspended and operating an uninsured motor vehicle. He was released after he posted bond.
Two days later, about 7:45 p.m., the police stopped a car near the corner of Route 30 and Spencer Road.
An "officer observed a vehicle stopped in the middle on an intersection and conducted a stop," police said.
It turned out the driver, Daniel Triezenberg, 48, of 9170 Arbour Walk Drive in Frankfort, had a revoked license, police said.
Triezenberg was charged with driving while license revoked and improper parking on a roadway. He also was released after posting bond.
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