Emily C. James, 31, of Sycamore; 11:22 a.m. Monday at East Fourth Street and 16th Avenue; speeding; given notice to appear.
Diane R. McGinn, 46, of Sterling; 12:01 p.m. Monday at East Fourth Street and 12th Avenue; driving while license suspended, speeding; given notice to appear.
Madison R. Shaw, 16, of Sterling; 12:53 p.m. Monday at Merrill and North streets; failure to yield exiting a private drive; given notice to appear.
Jorge Delgado, 33, of Rochelle; June 10; no valid driver’s license; held in lieu of bond at Ogle County Jail.
Diane Small, 51, of DeKalb; Monday at Ogle County Courthouse; warrant for failure to appear; appeared in court, issued recognizance bond, and released with notice to appear.
Peter Bojovic, 27, of St. Charles; Monday at DeKalb County Jail; warrant for failure to appear; appeared in court, issued recognizance bond, and released with notice to appear.
Donald Foster, 56, of Rockford; Monday at Winnebago County Jail; warrant for failure to appear; appeared in court, remains in custody and given notice to appear.
Christopher Elswick, 24, of Byron; Sunday; warrant for failure to appear; posted $519 cash bond and has no further court appearances.
Willie James Ellis, 52, of Tehachapi, California; 6:59 a.m. Monday on Interstate 39 in Lee County; driving while license suspended; issued individual bond and given notice to appear.
Mount Morris woman hurt in rollover crash
OREGON – A single-vehicle rollover crash left a Mount Morris woman with non-life-threatening injuries Monday.
Ogle County Sheriff’s deputies and Mount Morris firefighters responded to the scene at 8:17 a.m. in the 1200 block of North Ridge Road. An investigation revealed that a Ford Countour driven by Brittney Smith, 19, was northbound when the vehicle drifted off the right side of the road. Smith then re-entered the roadway and skidded into the left ditch, where her vehicle struck a culvert and overturned.
Smith was taken to KSB Hospital in Dixon, where her condition was unavailable Tuesday. She was issued a citation for improper lane usage.
Two hurt in rollover crash on I-39
LEE COUNTY – Two Indiana residents were injured Monday in a single-vehicle crash on Interstate 39.
District One state police responded to the scene at 2:14 p.m. An investigation revealed that a vehicle driven by Elizabeth J. Anderson, 29, of Fishers, Indiana, was southbound on I-39 when a truck blew a tire, causing the vehicle following the truck to swerve into Anderson’s lane. This caused Anderson to swerve and lose control in the gravel shoulder.
Her vehicle went off the roadway into the median, came back onto the roadway, and rolled several times, coming to rest on the right shoulder of I-39. Anderson and a passenger in her vehicle, James P. Stetzel, 35, of Fishers, were taken to Mendota Community Hospital by ambulance. Their conditions were unavailable Tuesday.