A drunk driver who was greater than 4 instances over the authorized restrict when he crashed right into a Woodstock enterprise, significantly injuring a feminine buyer inside, has been sentenced to 90 days in jail.
Jose L. Urbina, 35, of the 300 block of Ridgeland Avenue West in Woodstock, was charged with aggravated driving beneath the affect on a suspended license, aggravated driving beneath the affect inflicting a bodily hurt accident and two counts of driving drunk.
The Woodstock Hearth/Rescue District and Woodstock Police Division responded on Could 14, 2021, to the Woodstock Meals Mart, 1013 North Route 47 in Woodstock.
Dispatchers acquired a name of a single-vehicle crash with accidents and a report of an individual trapped, in keeping with the Woodstock Hearth/Rescue District.
Firefighters arrived and located a blue 2014 Buick SUV, pushed by Urbina, that had crashed into the comfort retailer, closely damaging the storefront.
Hearth crews rapidly assessed the scene and positioned an injured feminine patron inside the shop amongst the rubble, fireplace officers mentioned on the time.
The feminine sufferer was airlifted by a LifeNet medical helicopter to Advocate Condell Medical Heart in Libertyville in severe situation.
Urbina was the one individual within the automotive. He was unhurt within the crash and declined medical consideration on the scene.
Cops arrested him on the scene and transported him to the McHenry County Jail.
A legal grievance filed in McHenry County Circuit Courtroom mentioned that Urbina was driving drunk on the time of the crash.
He was additionally driving on a driver’s license that was suspended as a consequence of a earlier DUI case, the grievance mentioned, including that the feminine sufferer sustained nice bodily hurt.
A legislation enforcement report filed in courtroom mentioned that Urbina submitted to blood alcohol content material testing. He blew an alcohol focus of 0.323, which is over 4 instances the authorized restrict of 0.08.
The reporting officer mentioned that Urbina displayed confusion on the scene, had bloodshot glassy eyes and failed area testing.
On Wednesday, Urbina pleaded responsible to aggravated driving beneath the affect inflicting an accident, a Class 4 felony, and driving on a suspended license third offense, a Class 4 felony.
Prosecutors dismissed Urbina’s different expenses because of the plea deal, courtroom information present.
McHenry County Choose Robert Wilbrandt accredited the deal and sentenced Urbina to 180 days in jail with the sentence being served at 50%.
Urbina acquired credit score for time already served within the McHenry County Jail awaiting his case.
With the 105 days of credit score, Urbina’s 90-day sentence is taken into account served.
Wilbrandt additionally ordered Urbina to serve 30 months of probation, attend a sufferer impression panel and full a high-risk driving beneath the affect program.
In sentencing Urbina, Wilbrandt famous in his sentencing order that the person’s conduct was the results of “circumstances unlikely to recur” and his character signifies he’s “unlikely to commit one other crime.”
Urbina may also be required to pay $4,032 in courtroom fines and costs.