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AAHAA moves into the future By Gail Peckler-Dziki Change seems to be an ever-present constant and change can appear frightening. And as things changed for funding for the Antioch Area Healthcare Accessibility Alliance (AAHAA), the board and staff stepped up to meet those changes. AAHAA received the last $1,100 payment from the Antioch Township last January. That monthly amount added up to over $13,000 annually and helped AAHAA run weekly Wednesday medical rides, using the Antioch Township van. Merry Ladewig, clerk assistant in the Antioch Township office, has taken charge of arranging the Wednesday medical van trips. Merry said the township has two volunteer drivers, but more would be very helpful. Colleen Lennon, AAHAA executive director, said that is working well. “Merry is doing a great job and works well with Stephanie Young in our office.” Stephanie spends a lot of time arranging other transportation from other agencies, including Eldercare out of Waukegan. “We also have volunteers who take those in need of transportation to medical appointments,” Stephanie said. “But we always need more volunteers.” During an interview with the Hi-Liter, Colleen remembered one of the first telephone calls she took when she began at AAHAA. “A woman who had been taking her elderly parents and in-laws to medical appointments needed to find alternate transportation.” “She told me that her boss said if she took anymore time off,” Colleen said, “she would loose her job and there was no one else available to take them.” “I thought I have to help this woman,” she said. “If she looses her job there will be one more that is in need.” AAHAA provided 600 medical needs rides last year. Those rides ranged from doctor visits to physical therapy appointments to a ride home from the hospital. Those necessary rides aren’t the only thing that AAHAA personnel provide for area residents. Network nurse Maureen Cull, with the help of a couple other volunteers, makes home visits, helps clients to implement doctor orders, understand and navigate

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AAHAA moves into the future By Gail Peckler-Dziki Change seems to be an ever-present constant and change can appear frightening. And as things changed for funding for the Antioch Area Healthcare Accessibility Alliance (AAHAA), the board and staff stepped up to meet those changes. AAHAA received the last $1,100 payment from the Antioch Township last January. That monthly amount added up to over $13,000 annually and helped AAHAA run weekly Wednesday medical rides, using the Antioch Township van. Merry Ladewig, clerk assistant in the Antioch Township office, has taken charge of arranging the Wednesday medical van trips. Merry said the township has two volunteer drivers, but more would be very helpful. Colleen Lennon, AAHAA executive director, said that is working well. “Merry is doing a great job and works well with Stephanie Young in our office.” Stephanie spends a lot of time arranging other transportation from other agencies, including Eldercare out of Waukegan. “We also have volunteers who take those in need of transportation to medical appointments,” Stephanie said. “But we always need more volunteers.” During an interview with the Hi-Liter, Colleen remembered one of the first telephone calls she took when she began at AAHAA. “A woman who had been taking her elderly parents and in-laws to medical appointments needed to find alternate transportation.” “She told me that her boss said if she took anymore time off,” Colleen said, “she would loose her job and there was no one else available to take them.” “I thought I have to help this woman,” she said. “If she looses her job there will be one more that is in need.” AAHAA provided 600 medical needs rides last year. Those rides ranged from doctor visits to physical therapy appointments to a ride home from the hospital. Those necessary rides aren’t the only thing that AAHAA personnel provide for area residents. Network nurse Maureen Cull, with the help of a couple other volunteers, makes home visits, helps clients to implement doctor orders, understand and navigate

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transportation service provided. The importance of the transportation to medical appointments service AAHAA provides was recently reinforced, when VA referred a client to call AAHAA for transportation. “We have one volunteer who serves veterans exclusively,” Colleen said. While AAHAA does provide many rides for people who need them, they have had to turn some away for lack of volunteers. “We are always looking for more volunteers.” Anyone interested in volunteering to provide rides, serve on an event committee or serve wherever needed, contact Colleen or Stephanie at aahaa4health. org or call 262-395-2809.

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When AAHAA lost the more than $13,000 and use of the van from the township, the AAHAA board sprang into action. The AAHAA board members are Matt Martini, Mary Dominiak, Bruce Faber, Roger Gerber, Peter Grant, Danuta K. Hoyer and Linda Peterson. “Our board has always been very involved,” Colleen said, “but they moved to a whole new level last year as we prepared for

the changes. In January, we had a board workshop about fundraising and the board had many great ideas. The village gave us space to hold that workshop and we are very thankful.” One of those great ideas was a Summer Solstice Party-A Garden Party, hosted by board member Roger Gerber and wife Beth Kaplan at their home, Blackwing Organic Farm. They own and operate Blacking Organic meats and Old Mill Creek Country Store and they provided tasty treats for the event. Elias Wygodny; The Good, the Bad and The Ugly and Keith Christopherson provided music. Mark Kater told stories, Sue Nolan painted faces and Jull McCrae presented the equestrian show. Balloon artist RC Juggles developed balloon creations. The next event was a Summer Wine Affair hosted by Vigneto Del Bino with dinner, wine tasting and a tour of the winery. The next event, Oktoberfest is scheduled for October 12, with details to follow. For more information, visit the AAHAA website, www. aahaa4health.org.

Johnson-Maurello appointed Director of Behavioral Health The Lake County Health Department and Community Health Center is pleased to announce that Sam Johnson-Maurello has been appointed as its Director of Behavioral Health. For over 25 years, Johnson-Maurello has served the agency as a direct care provider and an administrator for behavioral health programs, serving as Associate Director of Behavioral Health since 2012. “I believe that recovery is possible. There is hope,” said Johnson-Maurello about taking on his new role. “I’m excited to be a part of the work the Health Department is doing to build a community

where every person who needs help with a mental health or substance use issue can get that help.” As Behavioral Health Director, Johnson-Maurello will enhance and improve relationships with community partners and seek new and innovative ways to expand behavioral health capacity in Lake County. His work will also include assuring that all needs of Health Department behavioral health clients are being met, including behav-

ioral and physical health, dental, and social needs. Throughout his career, Johnson-Maurello’s work has often focused on underserved populations, people in crisis, and people with severe mental illness. In his previous role of Associate Director, he oversaw Outpatient Mental Health, Primary Care Behavioral Health, two Assertive Community Treatment teams, Case Management (including Mental Health and Drug Court), the Crisis Care Program and the Williams Consent Decree program with two drop-in centers. Recent areas of focus have included building capacity for behavioral

health services, responding to the opioid crisis, collaborating with law enforcement, and launching a county-wide Mental Health First Aid initiative. Johnson-Maurello has a master’s degree in Counseling Psychology from Trinity International University and an MBA from Lake Forest Graduate School of Management. He and his husband currently live in Waukegan. He continues to be an active volunteer at the Waukegan Township Staben House and is on the board of the Lake County chapter of the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI).

Actors age 12 and above are invited to audition for the College of Lake County’s fall children’s show “The Little Prince.” Auditions start at 6 p.m. Tuesday, Aug. 20, and Wednesday, Aug. 21, in the Studio Theatre, James Lumber Center for the Performing Arts, Grayslake Campus. The location is 19351 W. Washington St. in Grayslake. Those auditioning should prepare one 60-90 second comedic monologue or light monologue. Wear comfortable clothes that allow you to move

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Middle ground rules in many areas Most of life isn’t cut and dried, unless you’re an herb. The bulk of our days operate on a continuum, with each of us finding our own way forward in our own way. There’s lots of room for middle ground. You may give a book or movie three or four out of five stars. You might kind of sort of like your uncle Jim, but only in small doses. People, places, jobs, homes and our neighborhood all fall on a spectrum that can vary from day to day. But some things are black and white, with nary a shade of gray. There is no time for dangling your feet in the water. You are either in the pool or out. You are either wet or you are dry. You can’t have it both ways despite the fact that the word “damp” exists. There are many important and not so important areas where we choose between

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splotches of brown. Peanut butter. You are either crunchy or creamy. Hamburgers are either with ketchup or without. Yes to pickles or no. Some people I know even put peanut butter on their hamburgers. Some add pickles on top of that. It’s safe to say they are in the minority, but they do exist. As does Bigfoot. And aliens. And the Yeti. And ghosts. And the Easter Bunny. You either believe or you don’t. I do, because I like chocolate eggs as much as boiled ones. Paper products. Some of us sensitive softies go for the ultra soft, while the pragmatic patrons go for ultra strong. Apparently when it comes to toilet paper you can’t be soft and strong at the same time, so you have to pick. There’s an invention waiting to happen. Vacation transportation

preference falls into two factions: the drivers and the fliers. Drivers prefer to see the countryside. They want to be in control of getting from point A to point B. Fliers are anxious to get to their destination and see driving as a waste of time. Drivers hate flying and fliers hate driving — unless it is in a rental car, preferably a convertible. The next area can be summed up in one word: skydiving and bungee jumping. You are either in or out. In a transposed sort of way, those who are in are actually out and those who are out actually stay in. Get it? I hesitate to mention the elephant in the column – the “P” word: politics. If ever there was a topic that was black and white, I think the “P” word fits the bill. Unfortunately. Some things in life you

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at 7:00 p.m. You can register to attend this free event by visiting the reference desk at the Antioch Public Library District, or by visiting www.apld.info.

Toiletries ($481.40) We helped a single mother raising her daughter with severe birth defects. A person who barely can afford to pay their rent rarely has the funds for shampoo, soap, feminine hygiene products, toothpaste, deodorant and other items. A woman raising her grandchildren also was provided diapers, wipes and other infant toiletry products. Health and happiness, love and God bless everyone, Sal

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and periodically accompany their harmonics with her on voice. Bring a pillow and a mat. This program will take place on the lower level of the library in the Eide room

difference. Make checks payable to: The Time Is Now to Help, P.O. Box 1, Lake Geneva, WI 53147. Time Is Now is a 501(c) 3 organization licensed in Wisconsin and Illinois. Donors will receive a tax-deductible thank you receipt. Memorials: Sally Rayner in memory of her husband, Lawrence Rayner Jr.; Robert and Mary Ann Zelenski in memory of Harold Leasure; Linda Hanson in memory of Kimberly Schmelzer; Margo Goldberg in memory of Robert Fortino; the following donations given in memory of David Lock – George and Joyce Vallet, Robert Gates; the following donations in memory of Ken and Connie Palmatier – Gene and Jane Cardelli, Kent and Nancy Castelein. Prayer chain: Please pray for Talyn, Mike, Susan, Sylvia, Richard, Jennifer, Jayden, Maria C., Alex, Lily, Kaitlyn, Sheila, Rhonda, Deda Lee, Marilyn, Helen, Dennis, Mary, Joseph, Sal, Jordan, Jean, Tom L. and Arabelle J. For information, visit timeisnowtohelp.org.

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Marion McNair will be at the Antioch Library for an evening of meditation and relaxation on Monday, Aug. 19. Marion will “play” various pitched crystal bowls

Transportation ($2,518.76) Safe, reliable transportation was a blessing for three working poor families, a single mother, two senior citizens and a disabled veteran. People who miss work due to unreliable transportation run the risk of job loss and the inability to pay their bills. Just one day of missed work can make the difference when living paycheck to paycheck. Families and senior citizens living with chronic and life-threatening illnesses often require doctor’s and hospital visits multiple times each week. Worrying about reliable transportation can be overwhelming. Beds ($2,195) We provided beds for a disabled single father and his son. A disabled veteran was provided a bed in addition to help in securing

an apartment after living in his car for a month. Two senior women who had been sleeping on worn out beds were given the gift of painfree sleep thanks to their new beds. No matter your age or ability, you shouldn’t have to endure a lack of sleep and pain from a sagging mattress, couch, chair or car seat.

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living without lights and air conditioning during the summer months. We By restored her utilities and SAL helped in other areas, DIMICELI Columnist allowing her to pay off the bills so she wouldn’t fall further into poverty. A disabled woman was to obtain medical care and on the verge of having her food after an expensive car electricity disconnected repair left them too short on because of expensive funds for all these expenses. vehicle repairs. We removed We paid an elderly that stress and fear from her woman’s rent and set up life. a budget so she can pay it A woman raising two without skipping meals. grandchildren was given Four working poor assistance with her high families will not have to electric bill. Thanks to all worry about being evicted of us working together this this month thanks to our grandmother will not have support. Five single mothers to choose paying other and their children will not expenses over utilities become homeless thanks to anytime soon. Rent/shelter the matching grant. ($10,886.14) The stress and fear of Food ($1,714.47) Utilities ($2,204.23) homelessness often forces The pains of hunger were Thanks to your the elderly, single mothers removed for children home and the handicapped to skip generosity, a single mother for summer break, senior and her children no longer meals, medications and citizens trying to make ends other essentials to pay their will be living without meet and working poor natural gas. Missed work rent. families unable to purchase We removed that fear for due to her critically ill child healthy food choices. 18 adults and 19 children or being hospitalized caused Gift cards were her to fall behind. After grandchildren. given to those that have extended time off, she is A disabled woman and transportation issues in back at work and paying her getting to grocery stores. two elderly women were overdue bill so they again provided rent assistance Volunteers purchased and have hot water and the use that allowed them to move delivered food to those of their gas range. into affordable, accessible homebound because of a apartments. A woman living A senior citizen who lack of transportation or was unable to pay their with and caring for her health conditions. elderly mother was provided electric bill due to medical Mothers cried happy and dental costs had been rent, which allowed them tears when they received

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Thanks to our B&T matching grant and all of our donors, we have answered many heartbreaking requests with the total of $20,000 in assistance. Job loss, medical emergencies, accidents, illness, lack of child support, unreliable transportation and other unplanned emergencies usually cause poverty in our communities. But these grant funds helped more than 50 people in their most desperate time of need. Here is a breakdown of how these monies were used:

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Task Force holding annual walk for awareness and suicide prevention The Lake County Suicide Prevention Task Force 7th Annual 5K Walk for Awareness and Suicide Prevention will take place on Saturday, Sept. 7 at Hastings Lake Forest Preserve, Shelter A, 21155 W Gelden Road, Lake Villa, IL. A 1-mile walk option will also be available. Registration and t-shirt pickup for the walk starts at 9:00 a.m. Speakers for the event will start at 9:30 a.m.,

with a short kick-off after to start the walk at 10:00 a.m. Resource tables from Lake County agencies covering topics such as mental health, physical health, counseling, aging, and community services will be available from 9:00 a.m. -12:30 p.m. There will also be a bereavement support group lead by the main speaker, Dr. Quintin Hunt, from 11:15 a.m. -12:00 p.m., as well as task force members available

throughout the entire event for support. Registrations received on or before August 15 will include a t-shirt. For those received after August 15, including same day registrations, we cannot guarantee a shirt. All proceeds go to the Lake County Suicide Prevention Task Force. For more information contact the organizer at Prevention.LCSPTF@gmail. com.

Parents from local schools have a new tool in their backto-school bag of tricks this year as all of their school’s supply lists are now posted on TeacherLists.com.   With just one or two clicks, parents can find their child’s exact supply list and then click right over to prefilled shopping carts on Target, Walmart, Office Depot, Amazon, or Staples to purchase their list and have it shipped right to their home. Target, Walmart, Office De-

pot and Staples also offer in store pick-up. The site already includes lists for: Antioch Elementary, Antioch Upper Grade School, Emmons School District 33, Antioch, and Hillcrest Elementary, Antioch.   “For decades, the supply list process has been a frustration for parents,” points out TeacherLists CEO, Charles Field.  “Where to find the lists? When are they available?  Forgetting the list on the counter at home. Hunting

the aisles for the specific items their teacher has requested. All of those issues are solved with TeacherLists.” More than 50,000 schools now have lists posted on TeacherLists. Lists for more than 1 million classrooms are live on the site and include required and requested items as well as specific notes and clarifications from teachers and school staff. Complete details and all the lists are available at www. teacherlists.com/parents.

Local school supply lists available online

Ruck March of Lake County set Lake Count Veterans and Family Services Foundation presents The Ruck March of Lake County on Sept. 7. To honor our fallen Veterans, there is a patriotic 22-kilometer march carrying a 20+ pound ruck (backpack). The weight

HHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH VETERAN’S TRUCK LINE INC. H H in Burlington, Wis. is now H accepting applications for: H H H H H H • Home most nights/every • 401(k) w/contribution H weekend • Drive newer equipment H • Paid health benefits • Paid vacations/holidays H • Hourly pay starting at $21.00 • Paid life/disability H • 6 months $22.00 • Must have Class A CDL and H • Time & 1/2 over 40 hours pass medical/drug screen H CALL NOW TOLL-FREE: H H EXT. 231 H Go to www.vetstruck.com for applications. H HHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH

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8:00 a.m. with the walk starting at 10:00 a.m. from Daisy’s Artish Care, 216 North Milwaukee, Lake Villa. Funds from the event will be donated to the Lake County Veterans and Family Services Foundation, a local nonprofit dedicated to reducing the amount of time it takes for a service member to ask for help. For more information and link to sign up for the march or as a volunteer visit www.lakevetsfound.org or call 847-9864622.

Looking for a Heavy Duty Truck Technician who

is highly experienced in transmissions, differentials, air brakes and suspension. Must have own tools. Looking for a self-starter with excellent work ethics. Full time, Insurance, IRA, Paid Holidays. M-F 8:00-5:00 PM. If interest call

Lyons Truck Parts

262-859-3151.

CDL A TRUCK DRIVER $5K SIGN ON BONUS Class A CDL Truck Driver Dedicated Company Driver - Local and Regional A dedicated company in your area is looking for drivers to join our team. On site management, pro driver culture and a stable company with great pay and benefits. Management that treats every driver with respect. Come be part of our team!

Truck Driver Pay & Benefits

Truck Driver Qualifications

• Class A Commercial Driver’s License (CDL-A)

• Limited one night layovers

• 22+ yrs. Of age

• $5K Sign on Bonus

• Average miles per week - 1750

• Dedicated Customer Account/Freight • Domiciles in Kenosha WI • Reefer Equipment

• 9 months T/T experience in the last 3 yrs. or 2 yrs. Of experience within the past 5 years

• EEO/AAA/m/f/Vets/Disabled

EMPLOYMENT DRIVERS TIME TO SHIFT GEARS? $1,600 Sign-on Bonus! EXPERIENCED DRIVERS *Flatbed *Step Deck *Van *LTL Reefer. Pay is 26% Gross Flatbed/Step Deck & up to .53/mile Van/Reefer. Full Benefits w/FREE Health & Life Insurance, 6 paid Holidays + Industry leading Driver Bonus Program! Must have Class A CDL. Call Ruth or Mike at TTI Inc. 1-800-222-5732 Apply online ttitrucking.com

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Looking for an experienced heavy duty truck parts sales/counter person. Full time Monday-Friday 8-5 P.M. 401k, insurance, paid holidays and vacations. Call Lyons Truck Parts 262-859-3151.

Hosted by LifeSpring Community Church the event will have music by the Georgia Rae Family Band, food trucks, balloon animals, face painting and more! Advance tickets are free, tickets at the event are $2 per person and parking is $10 per car. This family friendly event

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Center Drive, Grayslake, IL 60030. • Saturday October 5th, 10am-12pm - Securing Your Identity. • Thursday November 7th,

5pm-7pm - Financial Recovery. For information or to enroll call Anton Mathews at 847-377-2043 or email AMathews@lakecountyil.gov.

HELP WANTED VETERINARY CLINIC ASSIS-

Help Wanted B. SCHNEIDER ELECTRIC is hiring for electrical help. Please stop in to fill out an application at 988 S. Pine St. Burlington, WI 53105 between 7:30 and 3:30, or call (262) 763-8854 and ask for Blane or Keena.

open. This interesting work entails the many facets of veterinary care including: monitoring anesthesia, maintaining surgical ing, front office work including handling the phones and record keeping, and the wonderful as-

pects of helping out the public.

Flexible Schedule • 1 to 4 Day Work Week

Please send your resume to: Wa-

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terford Veterinary Clinic, 206 A

Southern Lakes Publishing

West Main Street, Waterford, WI

1102 Ann Street, Delavan, Wis.

340709

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packs, caring for animals, clean-

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is a fundraiser for the new community playground and walking paths at Place to Gather. Food trucks that will be at the event are: My Funnel, Fat Tomato, Inc., Mario’s Cart and The Cake Lady of Spring Grove. Place to Gather is located at 1154 IL-173, Spring Grove, IL.

• Free classes

PART TIME:

• Paid orientation and Training

Call Linda at (866) 676-6501 Or go to www.drivecardinallogistics.com

Sheriff John Idleburg said, “It’s become very clear the Lake County Community loves their police canines! K-9 Dax and his handler, Deputy John Forlenza, have done a tremendous job in tracking missing endangered people, finding fleeing felons, locating contraband, and so much more.  We are thrilled K-9 Dax garnered an overwhelming amount of support from Lake County, and are so pleased he was named by you to be the 2019 Law Enforcement Hero Dog.  We are very fortunate to have four incredible K9 Teams working at the Lake County Sheriff’s Office.” The community is encouraged to continue voting for K-9 Dax once a day through September 9, to help the judges determine which of the seven category winners will be ‘top dog.’ http:// herodogawards.org/dog/dax-2019/

HELP WANTED

• 24/7 Central Help Desk available

Join the Cardinal Team - Apply TODAY

Come celebrate the beginning of the new school year with a Place to Gather Back to School Fest on Friday, Aug. 16, from 5-8 p.m.

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• Average $82K Annually (potential up to $100K)

The Lake County Sheriff’s Office is proud to announce out of nearly 900,000 votes cast across the nation, K-9 Dax, has won the distinction of being one of the seven finalists for the nation’s top Law Enforcement Hero Dog of the year! The awards gala, sponsored by the Lois Pope LIFE Foundation and Zoetis, will broadcast on Hallmark Channel, October 23, at 8 pm ET/7 pm CT.  These heroic canines each took top honors in their individual categories from a field of 360 nominees and now a combination of America’s voters and a panel of celebrity judges will determine which dog will be named the 2019 American Hero Dog. The seven finalists will travel to Los Angeles to take part in the star-studded Hero Dog Awards gala on October 5 at The Beverly Hilton.

LifeSpring Church hosting Back to School Fest

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in the rucksack symbolizes the daily loss of life as well as the emotional and physical weight carried by those struggling with a lack of hope. Carry as much or as little as you can or want, it’s up to each participant. Registration check in is at

K-9 Dax earns top honor as National Law Enforcement Hero Dog

53185 or email resume to: waterfordveterinaryclinic@gmail.com


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Task Force holding annual walk for awareness and suicide prevention The Lake County Suicide Prevention Task Force 7th Annual 5K Walk for Awareness and Suicide Prevention will take place on Saturday, Sept. 7 at Hastings Lake Forest Preserve, Shelter A, 21155 W Gelden Road, Lake Villa, IL. A 1-mile walk option will also be available. Registration and t-shirt pickup for the walk starts at 9:00 a.m. Speakers for the event will start at 9:30 a.m.,

with a short kick-off after to start the walk at 10:00 a.m. Resource tables from Lake County agencies covering topics such as mental health, physical health, counseling, aging, and community services will be available from 9:00 a.m. -12:30 p.m. There will also be a bereavement support group lead by the main speaker, Dr. Quintin Hunt, from 11:15 a.m. -12:00 p.m., as well as task force members available

throughout the entire event for support. Registrations received on or before August 15 will include a t-shirt. For those received after August 15, including same day registrations, we cannot guarantee a shirt. All proceeds go to the Lake County Suicide Prevention Task Force. For more information contact the organizer at Prevention.LCSPTF@gmail. com.

Enjoy music, raffle prizes including over $11,000 in cash, and a great steak dinner. See the Facebook page for the Spring Grove Firefight The Spring Grove Fire- ers Association for more infighters Association will be formation. holding their 27th annual steak fry fundraiser on Saturday, Aug. 17 from 5-11 Learn tips and p.m. tricks for taking The fundraiser will be held at Horse Fair Park, 8105 photos Learn tips and tricks for Blivin St., Spring Grove. taking photos at 7 p.m. on

Wednesday, August 28, at Johnsburg Public Library, 3000 N. Johnsburg Road, Johnsburg. Attendees can share their work, learn new techniques and broaden their photographic horizons. All skill levels are welcome. New members are encouraged to bring along hard copies or a flash drive of their favorite pictures. For more information, call 815-344-0077

Upcoming happenings Spring Grove Firefighters Association holding steak fry

Ruck March of Lake County set

Lake Count Veterans and Family Services Foundation presents The Ruck March of Lake County on Sept. 7. To honor our fallen Veterans, there is a patriotic 22-kilometer march carrying a 20+ pound ruck (backpack). The weight

HHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH VETERAN’S TRUCK LINE INC. H H in Burlington, Wis. is now H accepting applications for: H H H H H H • Home most nights/every • 401(k) w/contribution H weekend • Drive newer equipment H • Paid health benefits • Paid vacations/holidays H • Hourly pay starting at $21.00 • Paid life/disability H • 6 months $22.00 • Must have Class A CDL and H • Time & 1/2 over 40 hours pass medical/drug screen H CALL NOW TOLL-FREE: H H EXT. 231 H Go to www.vetstruck.com for applications. H HHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH

(800) 456-9476

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8:00 a.m. with the walk starting at 10:00 a.m. from Daisy’s Artish Care, 216 North Milwaukee, Lake Villa. Funds from the event will be donated to the Lake County Veterans and Family Services Foundation, a local nonprofit dedicated to reducing the amount of time it takes for a service member to ask for help. For more information and link to sign up for the march or as a volunteer visit www.lakevetsfound.org or call 847-9864622.

Looking for a Heavy Duty Truck Technician who

is highly experienced in transmissions, differentials, air brakes and suspension. Must have own tools. Looking for a self-starter with excellent work ethics. Full time, Insurance, IRA, Paid Holidays. M-F 8:00-5:00 PM. If interest call

Lyons Truck Parts

262-859-3151.

CDL A TRUCK DRIVER $5K SIGN ON BONUS Class A CDL Truck Driver Dedicated Company Driver - Local and Regional A dedicated company in your area is looking for drivers to join our team. On site management, pro driver culture and a stable company with great pay and benefits. Management that treats every driver with respect. Come be part of our team!

Truck Driver Pay & Benefits

Truck Driver Qualifications

• Class A Commercial Driver’s License (CDL-A)

• Limited one night layovers

• 22+ yrs. Of age

• $5K Sign on Bonus

• Average miles per week - 1750

• Dedicated Customer Account/Freight • Domiciles in Kenosha WI • Reefer Equipment

• 9 months T/T experience in the last 3 yrs. or 2 yrs. Of experience within the past 5 years

• EEO/AAA/m/f/Vets/Disabled

EMPLOYMENT DRIVERS TIME TO SHIFT GEARS? $1,600 Sign-on Bonus! EXPERIENCED DRIVERS *Flatbed *Step Deck *Van *LTL Reefer. Pay is 26% Gross Flatbed/Step Deck & up to .53/mile Van/Reefer. Full Benefits w/FREE Health & Life Insurance, 6 paid Holidays + Industry leading Driver Bonus Program! Must have Class A CDL. Call Ruth or Mike at TTI Inc. 1-800-222-5732 Apply online ttitrucking.com

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Looking for an experienced heavy duty truck parts sales/counter person. Full time Monday-Friday 8-5 P.M. 401k, insurance, paid holidays and vacations. Call Lyons Truck Parts 262-859-3151.

Hosted by LifeSpring Community Church the event will have music by the Georgia Rae Family Band, food trucks, balloon animals, face painting and more! Advance tickets are free, tickets at the event are $2 per person and parking is $10 per car. This family friendly event

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Center Drive, Grayslake, IL 60030. • Saturday October 5th, 10am-12pm - Securing Your Identity. • Thursday November 7th,

5pm-7pm - Financial Recovery. For information or to enroll call Anton Mathews at 847-377-2043 or email AMathews@lakecountyil.gov.

HELP WANTED VETERINARY CLINIC ASSIS-

Help Wanted B. SCHNEIDER ELECTRIC is hiring for electrical help. Please stop in to fill out an application at 988 S. Pine St. Burlington, WI 53105 between 7:30 and 3:30, or call (262) 763-8854 and ask for Blane or Keena.

open. This interesting work entails the many facets of veterinary care including: monitoring anesthesia, maintaining surgical ing, front office work including handling the phones and record keeping, and the wonderful as-

pects of helping out the public.

Flexible Schedule • 1 to 4 Day Work Week

Please send your resume to: Wa-

APPLY IN PERSON

terford Veterinary Clinic, 206 A

Southern Lakes Publishing

West Main Street, Waterford, WI

1102 Ann Street, Delavan, Wis.

340709

342416

TANT POSITION This job has very flexible hours, 1 full-time

packs, caring for animals, clean-

Newspaper Inserter

• Comprehensive Benefits Package after 30 days

is a fundraiser for the new community playground and walking paths at Place to Gather. Food trucks that will be at the event are: My Funnel, Fat Tomato, Inc., Mario’s Cart and The Cake Lady of Spring Grove. Place to Gather is located at 1154 IL-173, Spring Grove, IL.

• Free classes

PART TIME:

• Paid orientation and Training

Call Linda at (866) 676-6501 Or go to www.drivecardinallogistics.com

Sheriff John Idleburg said, “It’s become very clear the Lake County Community loves their police canines! K-9 Dax and his handler, Deputy John Forlenza, have done a tremendous job in tracking missing endangered people, finding fleeing felons, locating contraband, and so much more.  We are thrilled K-9 Dax garnered an overwhelming amount of support from Lake County, and are so pleased he was named by you to be the 2019 Law Enforcement Hero Dog.  We are very fortunate to have four incredible K9 Teams working at the Lake County Sheriff’s Office.” The community is encouraged to continue voting for K-9 Dax once a day through September 9, to help the judges determine which of the seven category winners will be ‘top dog.’ http:// herodogawards.org/dog/dax-2019/

HELP WANTED

• 24/7 Central Help Desk available

Join the Cardinal Team - Apply TODAY

Come celebrate the beginning of the new school year with a Place to Gather Back to School Fest on Friday, August 16 from 5-8 p.m.

333440

• Average $82K Annually (potential up to $100K)

The Lake County Sheriff’s Office is proud to announce out of nearly 900,000 votes cast across the nation, K-9 Dax, has won the distinction of being on of the seven finalists for the nation’s top Law Enforcement Hero Dog of the year! The awards gala, sponsored by the Lois Pope LIFE Foundation and Zoetis, will broadcast on Hallmark Channel, October 23, at 8 pm ET/7 pm CT.  These heroic canines each took top honors in their individual categories from a field of 360 nominees and now a combination of America’s voters and a panel of celebrity judges will determine which dog will be named the 2019 American Hero Dog. The seven finalists will travel to Los Angeles to take part in the star-studded Hero Dog Awards gala on Oct. 5 at The Beverly Hilton.

LifeSpring Church hosting Back to School Fest

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in the rucksack symbolizes the daily loss of life as well as the emotional and physical weight carried by those struggling with a lack of hope. Carry as much or as little as you can or want, it’s up to each participant. Registration check in is at

K-9 Dax earns top honor as National Law Enforcement Hero Dog

53185 or email resume to: waterfordveterinaryclinic@gmail.com


Upcoming happenings Blues, Brews & BBQ Aug. 16-18

The Rotary Club of McHenry will host Blues, Brews & BBQ, a threeday fest presented by D.C. Cobb’s. From August 16-18 you can enjoy renowned blues artists, delicious BBQ and other fare, craft brews and other libations. The event will be held in Petersen Park, 4311 Lakewood Rd., McHenry. Tickets are available on a link accessible on the Blues, Brews & BBQ Facebook page. Proceeds from this event benefit local and global academic and humanitarian causes.

22nd annual Made in the USA classic car show

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Truck Off is proud to be giving back to the McHenry County community with a fundraising partnership with Helping Paws (the county’s first and oldest no-kill pet shelter). They will be serving up the cold beer, proceeds from which will benefit the shelter. Truck Off will be held at the McHenry County Fairgrounds, 11900 Country Club Rd., Woodstock. An eventbrite link to tickets is available on the Facebook page for Truck Off. For more information contact truckoff@mchenrycountyliving.com or call 815-9008522.

Gary Lang Auto Group will present the Made in the USA classic car show on Sunday, August 18 from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. at 1107 S. Route 31, McHenry. The event will be held rain or shine with 100% of the proceeds donated to the Bob Hacker Memorial Fund. Car registration is from 8 a.m. to noon and is $5 per car. Awards will be presented in many categories including best of show, best wheels, best restoration, best paint, best engine, best ingine and many others. Attendance is free to the public. Learn tips and tricks For more information see Bowl with a Cop Day Gary Lang Auto’s website at for taking photos Learn tips and tricks for Raymond’s Bowl and www.garylangauto.com taking photos at 7 p.m. on Entertainment Center along Wednesday, August 28, at with Johnsburg and neigh- Truck Off food Johnsburg Public Library, boring police departments 3000 N. Johnsburg Road, are sponsoring “Bowl with festival Sept. 7 a Cop Day” for the members Truck Off is a premiere Johnsburg. of the “Say No To Drugs, food truck festival with 30+ New members are encourSay Yes To Bowling” pro- of the hottest regional food aged to bring along hard coptrucks, live entertainment, ies or a flash drive of their gram. This is a free event that family games, shopping and favorite pictures. For more information, call 815-344-0077. will be held on Saturday, more. Aug. 17 at noon. Space is Truck Off 2019 will be held on Sept. 7 from 7-11 p.m. Quilting club offered limited so register soon. Kids will get to bowl 3 Limited VIP entry tickets are games plus enjoy a pizza and available for 3-4 p.m. and in- through Johnsburg clude 2 drink tickets. pop lunch. Public Library headliners are Quilt club will meet from 7 Raymond’s Bowl is locat- Music ed at 3960 N. Johnsburg Rd., blues-rockers Jimmy Nick & to 8:45 p.m. on Monday, AuJohnsburg. For more infor- Don’t Tell Mama, Ambrose gust 19, at Johnsburg Public mation contact Raymond’s at King and the River Rats, and Library, 3000 N Johnsburg “Ludy” John Puleo (Sinatra Road, Johnsburg. 815-385-1475. and the classics). This club is to share knowledge, promote growth H H H H H H H H H H H H H H H H H H H in skills and encourage others try new techniques. H H to Registration is not reH H quired. H H For more information, visit H H www.johnsburglibrary.org.

VETERAN’S TRUCK LINE INC. in Burlington, Wis. is now accepting applications for:

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H H H H H • Home most nights/every • 401(k) w/contribution H weekend • Drive newer equipment H • Paid health benefits • Paid vacations/holidays H • Hourly pay starting at $21.00 • Paid life/disability H • 6 months $22.00 • Must have Class A CDL and H • Time & 1/2 over 40 hours pass medical/drug screen H CALL NOW TOLL-FREE: H H EXT. 231 H Go to www.vetstruck.com for applications. H HHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH

Looking for a Heavy Duty Truck Technician who

is highly experienced in transmissions, differentials, air brakes and suspension. Must have own tools. Looking for a self-starter with excellent work ethics. Full time, Insurance, IRA, Paid Holidays. M-F 8:00-5:00 PM. If interest call

Lyons Truck Parts

262-859-3151.

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H H H H H H H H H H H H H H H H

CDL A TRUCK DRIVER $5K SIGN ON BONUS Class A CDL Truck Driver Dedicated Company Driver - Local and Regional A dedicated company in your area is looking for drivers to join our team. On site management, pro driver culture and a stable company with great pay and benefits. Management that treats every driver with respect. Come be part of our team!

Truck Driver Pay & Benefits

Truck Driver Qualifications

• Class A Commercial Driver’s License (CDL-A)

• Limited one night layovers

• 22+ yrs. Of age

• $5K Sign on Bonus

• Average miles per week - 1750

• Dedicated Customer Account/Freight • Domiciles in Kenosha WI • Reefer Equipment

• 9 months T/T experience in the last 3 yrs. or 2 yrs. Of experience within the past 5 years

• EEO/AAA/m/f/Vets/Disabled

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On the morning of Tuesday, Aug. 6 the McHenry County Sheriff’s Office was called to a wooded area south of Barnard Mill Road to assist McHenry Police Department with a missing person investigation. A search of the area resulted in a deceased male being located just off the Prairie Trail bike path in unincorporated Ringwood Township. The location of the body was developed as part of ongoing investigation by the McHenry Police Department

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and the McHenry County Sheriff’s Office. McHenry Township Fire Protection District assisted at the scene. An autopsy was scheduled to be performed on the body. The investigation is ongoing with the Sheriff’s Office, McHenry Police Department, and McHenry County Coroner’s Office. Anyone with information should contact the McHenry County Sheriff’s Office Criminal Investigation Division at 815334-4750.

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battery/physical contact; Melanie G. Tesch, 38, Crystal Lake, was cited for domestic battery/physical contact; Steven G. Bowman, 53, Spring Grove, was cited for violation of a stalking/no contact order. July 16 Azeria L. Burch, 29, Jackson, was cited for driving on a suspended driver’s license, no valid registration and obstructing identification; Derek M. Blodgett, 20, Loves Park, was cited for driving on a suspended driver’s license, operating an uninsured motor vehicle and speeding 21-25 mph above the limit; July 17 Harold E. Davis, 35, Chicago, was cited for driving on a suspended driver’s license and operating an uninsured motor vehicle; Ray A. Barnes, 30, was cited for disorderly conduct; Dustin L. Lear, 38, Liberty Center, was cited for driving on a revoked driver’s license, fail to register plates and child restraint violation 8<16; Darrin S. Schrimpf, 27, Sterling, was cited for driving on a revoked driver’s license, operating motor vehicle with suspended registration and operating an uninsured motor vehicle; Steven G. Bowman, 53, Spring Grove, was cited for resisting a peace officer and violation of a stalking/no contact order; July 18 Cynthia D. Claver-Austin, 39, Cary, was cited for domestic batter/bodily harm; Jehan L. Alvarado, 36, Algonquin, was cited for contempt of court;

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than 6 months; Scott A. Stack, 40, Woodstock, was cited for indirect civil contempt; Alex D. Hernandez-Gutierrez, 26, McHenry, was cited for driving with no driver’s license/never issued license and speeding 15-20 mph above limit; Leonard K. Smith, 35, Poplar Grove, was cited for driving on a revoked driver’s license; Ian G. Jones, 35, Huntley, was cited for driving on a suspended driver’s license and operating a motor vehicle with registration suspended; July 14 Rachells C. Hamm, 43, Spring Grove, was cited for driving on a suspended driver’s license; Jeffery G. Milostan, 32, Huntley, was cited for DUI – alcohol, improper traffic lane usage and operating an uninsured motor vehicle; Charles J. Ruck, 31, Crystal Lake, was cited for driving on a suspended driver’s license; Luis A. Salinas-Cayetano, 33, Melrose Park, was cited for driver’s license expired more than one year and obstruct driver view/1st and 2nd; July 15 Carlos J. Garcia-Reyes, 41, Woodstock, was cited for driving on a suspended driver’s license; Guadalupe Flores-Contreras, 25, Harvard, was cited for no driver’s license/never issued license Jose A. Luna, 41, Elgin, was cited for domestic battery/bodily harm, interference with emergency communication; Derrick Brown, 37, Rockford, was cited for domestic battery/bodily harm, domestic

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The following arrests in McHenry County were reported by the McHenry County Sheriff’s Department. Suspects are considered innocent until proven guilty in a court of law. July 11 Zachary D. Vollmer, 29, Wonder Lake, was cited for aggravated battery of a peace officer and resisting a peace officer/corr emp; Kimberly M. Kulik, 36, Algonquin, was cited for battery/make physical contact and battery/cause bodily harm; David L. Lang, 63, Crystal Lake, was cited for unlawful sales of firearms to felons; Brooke M. Warner, 28, Ringwood, was cited for poss amnt cont subs except A&D, aggravated battery/peace officer; Christopher J. Galie, 34, Algonquin, was cited for delivery/manufacture cannabis > 5,000 grams, possess cannabis > 5,000 grams; July 12 Keith G. Dobner, 31, Harvard, was cited for criminal damage to property < $300; Jason A. Caruso, 25, Lake in the Hills, was cited for domestic battery/other prior, domestic battery/physical contact/prior, criminal damage to property <$300; Zachary J. Herman, 26, Woodstock, was cited for aggravated domestic battery/ strangle, aggravated battery/ great bodily harm; July 13 Douglas M. Sawicki, Kenosha, was cited for DUI – alcohol; Emanuel F. Cruz, 27, Woodstock, was cited for DUI – alcohol, speeding 11-14 mph above the limit, illegal possession/transport liquor; Brandon W. Weidel, 31, Harvard, was cited for DUI – alcohol, improper traffic lane usage, operating an uninsured motor vehicle and driver’s license expired more

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CARS

2017 FORD FUSION SE Auto, air, power all, only 13,000 miles, Lifetime Warranty, #P2104 WAS $20,995 ...........................MARKET BASED PRICE $16,490* 2018 CHRYSLER 300 TOURING 6 cyl, auto, air, power all, only 6,000 miles, Lifetime Warranty, #P2081 WAS $24,995 ..........................MARKET BASED PRICE $18,597* 2018 SUBARU IMPREZA AWD PREMUIM Auto, air, power all, heated seats, only 23,000 miles, Lifetime Warranty #P2145 WAS $22,995 ........................... MARKET BASED PRICE $18,799* 2017 FORD MUSTANG ECOBOOST Auto, air, power all, only 27,000 miles, Ford Certified, Lifetime Warranty, #P2094 WAS $24,995 ...........................MARKET BASED PRICE $19,902* 2015 DODGE CHALLENGER R/T PLUS 8 cyl Hemi, air, power all, power moonroof, leather, only 39,000 miles, Chrysler Certified, Lifetime Warranty,, #P2100 WAS $29,995 .......................... MARKET BASED PRICE $24,980* 2016 DODGE CHALLENGER R/T Plus Pkg., 8 cyl, heated & cooled leather, NAV, only 20,000 miles, Lifetime Warranty, #29339A WAS $32,995 ........................... MARKET BASED PRICE $27,487*

TRUCKS

2006 FORD F250 S.C. 4X4 Diesel, auto, air, power all, low miles, #28677D WAS $17,995............................ MARKET BASED PRICE $12,370* 2012 RAM 1500 QUAD CAB 4X4 8 cyl, auto, air, power all, #29388B WAS $19,995 ........................... MARKET BASED PRICE $15,785* 2016 RAM 1500 CREW CAB 4X4 BIG HORN Power all, low miles, Lifetime Warranty #P2096 WAS $32,995 .....................................MARKET BASED PRICE $26,999* 2017 RAM 1500 CREW CAB 4X4 8 cyl, auto, air, power all, Big Horn, chrome wheels, only 36,000 miles, Chrysler Certified, Lifetime Warranty #19460A WAS $31,995 ...........................MARKET BASED PRICE $27,998*

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We have invested in sophisticated software that allows us to compare the prices of our vehicles with all other like vehicles for sale in the entire United States. This allows us to price our vehicles at an amount that will ensure our vehicles always represent the best value for our customers. We review this data weekly and reprice our vehicles as often as necessary to ensure they constantly represent the best value in the market place.

2016 FORD F150 CREW CAB 4X4 8 cyl, auto, air, power all, only 39,000 miles, Lifetime Warranty #P2122 WAS $33,995 .......................... MARKET BASED PRICE $29,450* 2017 FORD F150 CREW CAB 4X4 XLT 3.5 EcoBoost, auto, air, power all, only 28,000 miles, Lifetime Warranty #P2093 WAS $34,995 .......................... MARKET BASED PRICE $29,695* 2016 RAM 1500 LARAMIE QUAD CAB 8 cyl, 8 speed auto, air, power all, heated seats, loaded, low miles #P2045 WAS $38,995 .....................................MARKET BASED PRICE $31,986* 2016 RAM 1500 REBEL CREW CAB 4X4 8 cyl, auto, air, power all, heated leather seats, only 6,000 miles, Lifetime Warranty #P2123 WAS $39,995 .......................... MARKET BASED PRICE $35,450*

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SUVS 2012 FORD EDGE LIMITED 6 cyl, auto, air, power all, moonroof, NAV & much more, #19433A WAS $15,995 ........................... MARKET BASED PRICE $11,643* 2017 FORD ESCAPE SE Auto, air, power all, heated front seats, only 21,000 miles, Lifetime Warranty #P2114 WAS $20,995 .......................... MARKET BASED PRICE $15,950* 2016 JEEP PATRIOT HIGH ALTITUDE 4X4 Auto, air, power all, heated leather, moonroof, only 15,000 miles, Chrysler Certified, Lifetime Warranty #P2087 WAS $21,995 ... MARKET BASED PRICE $16,525 OR $309/MTH* 2016 FORD ESCAPE 4X4 Auto, air, power all, only 35,000 miles, Ford Certified, Lifetime Warranty #P2115 WAS $20,995 .......................... MARKET BASED PRICE $16,950* 2016 BUICK ENCORE Auto, air, power all, leather, only 20,000 miles, Lifetime Warranty #P2116 WAS $21,995 ........................... MARKET BASED PRICE $17,488*

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2016 FORD EXPLORER XLT 4X4 Auto, heated & cooled seats, panoramic roof, NAV & much more, only 29,000 miles, Ford Certified, Lifetime Warranty #P2099 WAS $31,995 .......................... MARKET BASED PRICE $26,899* 2017 NISSAN ROGUE SPORT SL AWD, auto, air, power all, heated leather seats, moonroof, NAV & much more, only 32,000 miles, Lifetime Warranty #19459A WAS $23,995 .......................... MARKET BASED PRICE $19,939* 2017 FORD EXPLORER XLT 6 cyl, auto, air, power all, Ford Certified, Lifetime Warranty #P2106 WAS $27,995 ...........................MARKET BASED PRICE $21,895* 2018 FORD EDGE SEL Auto, air, power all, heated leather seats & much more, low miles, Factory Warranty, Lifetime Warranty #P2079 WAS $28,995 .......................... MARKET BASED PRICE $22,609* 2015 FORD EXPLORER SPORT 4X4 6 cyl, auto, air, heated & cooled seats, moonroof, low miles, Lifetime Warranty #19446A WAS $27,995 ...........................MARKET BASED PRICE $23,631* 2019 JEEP COMPASS LIMITED 4X4 Auto, air, power all, leather seats, only 12,000 miles, Chrysler Certified, Lifetime Warranty #P2134 WAS $28,995 .......................... MARKET BASED PRICE $24,658* 2017 JEEP GRAND CHEROKEE 4X4 6 cyl, auto, air, power all, lumbar seat & much more, only 17,000 miles, Lifetime Warranty #19409A WAS $29,995 .......................... MARKET BASED PRICE $24,949* 2016 JEEP WRANGLER UNLIMITED SAHARA 4X4 6 cyl, auto, air, power all, heated leather seats, NAV and much more, low miles, Chrysler Certified, Lifetime Warranty #29448A WAS $35,995 ........................... MARKET BASED PRICE $31,501* 2019 TOYOTA 4 RUNNER LIMITED 4X4 6 cyl, auto, air, power all, heated leather seats, NAV, moonroof, & much much more, only 5,553 miles, Lifetime Warranty #18498A WAS $45,995 ...........................MARKET BASED PRICE $40,785* 2018 JEEP WRANGLER UNLIMITED RUBICON 6 cyl, auto, air, power all, NAV & much more, only 15,000 miles, Lifetime Warranty #29298A WAS $44,995 ........................... MARKET BASED PRICE $41,750*

2017 DODGE JOURNEY GT AWD 6 cyl, auto, air, power all, heated leather seats, 3rd row seat & much more, only 14,000 miles, Chrysler Certified, Lifetime Warranty #P2119 WAS $24,995 ........................... MARKET BASED PRICE $19,769*

Every Certified Pre-Owned Comes With:

2015 CHRYSLER 200S Auto, air, power all, low miles, Chrysler Certified, Lifetime Warranty #30000B WAS $16,995 ...........................MARKET BASED PRICE $12,995*

• 12 Month or 12,000 Mile Bumper-to-Bumper Warranty Coverage • 7 Year or 100,000 Mile Powertrain Warranty • 172 Points of Inspection by Certified Mechanics • Vehicle History Report • 24 Hour Roadside Assistance • Full Tank of Fuel & New Wiper Blades

2016 JEEP CHEROKEE 4X4 6 cyl, auto, air, power all, heated seats & steering wheel, power liftgate, only 20,000 miles, Chrysler Certified, Lifetime Warranty #P2127 WAS $24,495 .......................... MARKET BASED PRICE $20,229*

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Lake County Sheriff’s Office arrests The following arrests in Lake County were reported by the Lake County Sheriff’s Dept. Suspects are considered innocent until proven guilty in a court of law. warrant arrest: identity theft; July 6 Samuel Delgado, 21, Beach Park, was cited for driving while license suspended; Anthony Lymon, 52, Waukegan, was cited for battery; Rashonda L. Smith, 30, Waukegan, was cited for driving while license suspended; Barbara M. Boyes, 39, Ingleside, was cited for domestic battery, child endangerment and reckless conduct; Bradley P. Sorenson, 41, Grayslake, was cited for DUI – alcohol; Stephanie L. Welter, 34, Ingleside, was cited for operating under the influence of alcohol; July 7 J. Leonor Carrillo-Barriga, 47, McHenry, was cited for DUI – alcohol; Peggyhellen H. SwanVermillion, 22, Fox Lake, was

cited for driving while license suspended; Daniela S. Constabile, 32, Gurnee, was cited for a warrant arrest: domestic battery. July 8 Cassandra I. Hayward, 33, Mundelein, was cited for domestic battery; Bobby L. Williams, 57, Libertyville, was cited for a warrant arrest: failure to appear – DUI/alcohol; Robert Mitchell, 61, Beach Park, was cited for DUI/alcohol and driving while license revoked; Keith Pichelmann, 30, Lake Villa, was cited for warrant arrest: federal probation violation – manufacturing amphetamine; Dominik Szwed, 39, Waukegan, was cited for a warrant arrest: failure to appear – unlawful possession of a controlled substance; July 9 Harlin M. Barnes, Jr., 19, Zion, was cited for battery; Kenneth J. Readus, 26, North Chicago, was cited for battery; Rashawndra L. Coleman, 35, Round Lake, was cited

for possession of drug paraphernalia (brining into penal institution); Silvestre J. Martinez, Jr., 26, Beach Park, was cited for a warrant arrest: aggravated assault; Edward W. Pavett, 32, Grayslake, was cited for a warrant arrest: unlawful possession of methamphetamine, obstructing justice and obstruction a peace officer; Tanya R. Jones, 49, Gurnee, was cited for a warrant arrest: identity theft; July 10 Jose Gomez, 19, Waukegan, was cited for driving while license revoked, speeding 35+ over limit (95 mph/40 mph zone) and no insurance; Scott E. Ferreri, 56, Ingleside, was cited for driving while license revoked, and no valid registration; Mitchell J. Wojcik, 33, Beach Park, was cited for speeding 35+ over the limit (80 mph in 45 mph zone), illegal transportation of alcohol; Brian D. Fletcher, 26, Waukegan, was cited for a warrant arrest: failure of

sexual offender to register new address; Curtis K. Rollins, 27, Des Plaines, was cited for a warrant arrest: aggravated unlawful use of a weapon; Patrick B. McCann, 48, Barrington, was cited for a warrant arrest: violation of order of protection; July 11 Nicholas A. Valentino, 25, Ingleside, was cited for a warrant arrest: theft (McHenry County); Yolanda G. Jackson Davis, 51, Zion, was cited for driving while license suspended; July 12 Deneen V. Hall, 29, Waukegan, was cited for a warrant arrest: theft and driving while license revoked; Savannah M. Riley, 22, Zion, was cited for driving while license suspended; July 13 Corey R. Sutton, 32, Grayslake, was cited for domestic battery and disorderly conduct; Braulio D. Ornelas-Delacruz, 29, Ingleside, was cited

See ARRESTS, Page 7

TRANSPORTATION ATVs/Golf Carts EZ GO GOLF CART GAS street legal, all the toys. $2,800 OBO 352-228-0976

Automobiles 1979 LINCOLN TOWN COUPE good condition, low mi., $3,200 OBO, 262-758-6370. 1996 Camaro RS Convertible 3.8, Auto, 93,000 mi, leather black, black top, good condition. $5,500 OBO. 815-233-5088 1997 CADILLAC SEDAN DEVILLE Zero rust, stored winters, $2,200. Cash only. 262-662-3096 John. 2014 CHEVY EQUINOX AWD, 39k , one owner, garage kept, asking $15,400. 262-353-6029 BLACK MUSTANG convertible, 2003, New - BMR polyurathane suspension, brakes, tires, battery, alternator, starter. $5400. (262) 662-0789

Boats 1982 16 FT. TRACKER with cover and trailer - Strong 50 hp Merc with powertilt, 2 gas tanks - live well - Minnkota trolling motor Minor wire repair needed, Great starter boat On Bohners Lake. $1,500 OBO. Call Rich 708-4040855. 1985 23 FT. SEARAY with trailer. $2,500 OBO. Linn Pier area. Call 224-210-9731.

1988 24FT. CREST III Pontoon Boat; with 1998 Mercury 25HP 4 stroke motor. Motor runs clean & quiet, $2,500. 708-417-7524 LOFLAND SAILCRAFT SLOOP 2nd owner, 1967 model, good condition, all gear, google for specs, rare, $3,000 OBO. 608772-1812 LUND BOAT & TRAILER Too much to list, $3,100 OBO, 224518-6491. TRACKER DEEP V16 16 ft. fishing boat with 60 HP Mercury, trailer, Hummingbird and trolling motor included, asking $5,700 OBO. Please call 262-895-6442 or 262-309-8642 for Dale or Skeeter.

Campers and RVs 2003 HOLIDAY RAMBLER ENDEAVOR 38 ft., 2 slides, 64,000 mi., asking $45,000. 262-2068019 2004 Nomad 5th Wheel 23 FT, One Slide Out. Call 815-2332628

Farm Machinery TWO ROW MASSI-HARRIS CORN CULTIVATOR. $75 262210-2889

Jet Ski 88 WAVE RUNNER Runs great, Fast, $800 on trailer. (262) 7589027

Motorcycles

Other Automotive

1982 HONDA CB 900 CUSTOM All original. Asking $900 OBO. 262-210-4618.

CUB CADET CC800 33” self propelled Elec. start mower. Like new $900. Call 608-897-9331

1991 HONDA GL 1500 GOLDWING 30K miles, $3,000. Chris 224-567-1368. 2001 HARLEY SPORTSTER HUGGER 883 6900 miles, Windshield & leather bags. $5,300. Call or text 262-498-1979. 2006 HARLEY DAVIDSON Ultra classic, loaded, best of everything, custom paint, low mi., $30,000 invested, asking $13,000 OBO. 262-930-4618. 2008 GOLDWING MOTORTRIKE 11,200 miles, & extras. $19,000 OBO. 262-378-0355. 2009 HARLEY DAVIDSON XL 883C Sportster Custom. 3989k, Red. $4,000. 262-716-3068. 2011 HARLEY HERITAGE SOFTAIL CLASSIC, 5987 miles, excellent condition. Includes $5,000 after market upgrades, OEM parts and motorcycle jack. Asking $13,000. 262-763-4818. HARLEY DAVIDSON 2003 Anniversary Edition Softtail Standard. 19.000 mi., $6,000 OBO 262-492-0383 WANTED: JUNKER MOTORCYCLES Running or not, Title or not. Cash Paid. 262-527-0208

Sports/Classic Cars 1990 CHRYSLER IMPERIAL Bright white w/red leather. Beautiful cond. $7,995. 262-325-3541.

Trucks & Trailers 1993 PICKUP rare, S10HD, V6, manual, floor. Decent body. Offer ? $500 847-987-7669. 1994 DODGE RAM PICKUP w/ plow, 130K miles, new tires, exhaust, etc. $3,000. 262-878-4338 or 262-661-6201. 2004 Toyota Tacoma 4 wheel drive. extended cab, auto trans, 142,000K, Nice, some rust on bumper. Garage kept. $7,500 815-541-6051

Vans, Mini Vans 2006 DODGE GRAND CARAVAN SXT 150k, runs & drives good, 7 pass., $1,450 847-2099145

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6 cyl., auto., air, power all, Auto, air, power all, only 81,000 miles 6 cyl., auto, air, power all, #P2097A WAS $7,995 #29461A WAS $11,995 #29291N WAS $9,995

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2 BEDROOM UPSTAIRS, with 1 bath. Freshly painted and all new carpet. Large yard and off street parking. Washer and dryer avail. for use. Heat included. $750 mo. If interested call Mark at 815670-6279.

1.7 AC CLEARED LOT 1 mile West of Down Town Burlington on Chestnut/Hwy 11. Metal pole building, tin roof brood house, perennials and mature trees on property. $89,900. 262-2101058.

1840 Swallow Rd., Twin Lakes

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2007 DODGE RAM 1500

vaccination and Lake County tag: $60.00; oneyear rabies vaccination, distemper, and Lake County tag: $65.00; distemper complex only: $10.00; Microchip: $15.00. Pets will be taken on a first-come, first-served basis. All animals brought to the clinic must be at least four months old. Dogs must be leashed and cats placed in carriers. Only cash will be accepted on site. The Health Department’s Animal Care and Control Program tracks pet vaccinations and rabies tags, investigates animal bites and complaints of nuisance and neglect, and impounds stray animals. In 2018, the Health Department provided nine vaccination clinics, vaccinating a total of 2,427 animals. Animal wardens are available to provide free informational programs to community groups about animal behavior and wildlife interaction. The Animal Care and Control facility is located at 18736 West Peterson Road, Libertyville. For additional information about the clinics, please contact Animal Care and Control at (847) 377-4700 or visit www.lakecountyil. gov/animalcare.

2007 PONTIAC G6 4 cyl., auto, air, power all, #19424B WAS $5,995 ...................... BUDGET PRICED $2,990 2006 FORD F150 6 cyl., air, only 64,000 miles, #19093A WAS $8,995 ..................... BUDGET PRICED $5,994 2012 KIA SEDONA LX 6 cyl., auto, air, power all, low miles #19170B WAS $10,995................ BUDGET PRICED $7,950 2009 CHRYSLER TOWN & COUNTRY Touring, 6 cyl., auto., air, power all, only 71,972 miles, Lifetime

2007 CHRYSLER SEBRING TOURING

The Lake County Health Department’s Animal Care and Control program is offering its final low-cost pet vaccination and microchip clinics of 2019. The clinics provide a convenient and affordable way for Lake County residents to keep their pets up to date with shots, rabies tags, and microchips. • Grayslake Police Department Vaccination Clinic: September 7, 9:00 a.m. to noon at Village of Grayslake Building (10 South Seymour Avenue, Grayslake). • Beach Park Vaccination Clinic: October 5, 9:00 a.m. to noon at Milton C. Jensen Public Works Facility (40185 Glendale Avenue, Beach Park). Standard vaccine, tag and microchip costs for the clinics are as follows: For Pets Spayed/ Neutered* One-year rabies vaccination and Lake County tag: $20.00; oneyear rabies vaccination, distemper, and Lake County tag: $25.00 Distemper complex only: $10.00; Microchip: $15.00. Proof of spay/neuter is required at time of service. For Pets Not Spayed/ Neutered One-year rabies

NEW CONSTRUCTION READY FOR OCCUPANCY - 3 bedrooms, 2.5 baths, Open concept living room - dining area - kitchen featuring custom cabinets, granite counters, natural fireplace, patio doors to deck, master suite w/walk in closet and private bath. Main floor utility area. 2.5 car attached garage. Lower area ready for your creative ideas. Stubbed for bath, full size windows plus egress windows. Covered front porch, concrete sidewalk and driveway. $319,900

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for disorderly conduct; Michael S. Davis, 33, Antioch, was cited for operating under the influence of alcohol; July 14 Theresa Johnson, 50, Beach Park, was cited for battery; David M. Monroy, Jr., 29, Round Lake Beach, was cited for disorderly conduct; Tomas Espinosa-Cano, 24, Waukegan, was cited for DUI – alcohol and driving while license suspended; Abigail S. Lehtinen, 45, Zion, was cited for battery. July 15 Thomas A. Brown, 26, Fox Lake, was cited for domestic battery; Laurence T. Miller, 33, North Chicago, was cited for a warrant arrest: failure to appear – aggravated domestic battery (strangulation) and WI Dept. of Corrections parole violation warrant; July 16 Jorge Cruz, 36, Wauconda, was cited for violation of order of protection; Michael A. Perini, 29, Winthrop Harbor, was cited for domestic battery; July 17 Justin T. Lerner, 24, Lakemoor, was cited for domestic battery;

Travis G. Prewitt, 41, Wauconda, was cited for driving while license suspended; Fayann J. Hartman, 45, Zion, was cited for a warrant arrest: failure to appear – disorderly conduct; Jose J. Barbosa, 37, Carpentersville, was cited for unlawful possession of drug paraphernalia; July 18 Juan Guzman, 36, Beach Park, was cited for driving while license suspended; Jose L. Castrejon, 32, Antioch, was cited for driving while license revoked; Damen P. Byrne, 25, Island Lake, was cited for DUI – alcohol; Audrey M. Standage, 59, Lake Villa, was cited for a warrant arrest: failure to appear – unlawful possession of a controlled substance; Michelle L. Tully, 51, Lake Villa, was cited for a warrant arrest: failure to appear – domestic battery and warrant arrest: failure to appear – no valid driver’s license (McHenry County), New Charges: obstructing identification and obstructing a peace officer; Jesse L. Zoph, 23, Lake Villa, was cited for obstructing a peace officer;

Donny L. Muff, 37, Lake Villa, was cited for obstructing a peace officer; Zachary T. Morrison, 28, (no permanent address), was cited for a warrant arrest: failure to appear – attempted burglary; July 19 Thaddeus J. Tomaszewski, 27, McHenry, was cited for a warrant arrest: failure to appear: – retail theft (McHenry County); Timothy S. Jeschke, 58, Antioch, was cited for domestic battery; Betsy M. King, 51, Waukegan, was cited for driving while license suspended; Billy R. Washington, 44, Beach Park, was cited for DUI – alcohol, no insurance, and illegal transportation of alcohol; July 20 John L. Harding, 31, Highwood, was cited for obstructing identification and disorderly conduct; William JT Krieman, 28, Antioch, was cited for aggravated battery; Christopher Ramirez, 22, Waukegan, was cited for criminal trespass to property, and obstructing identification; July 21 Frisnedo Espinal, 36,

Waukegan, was cited for DUI – alcohol and driving while license revoked; Melvin G. Ortiz, 38, North Chicago, was cited for driving while suspended; Dennis G. Mussuto, 51, Woodstock, was cited for warrant arrest: failure to appear – DUI – alcohol (McHenry County); Mario Flores, 29 , Waukegan, was cited for driving while license suspended. July 22 Palacios Martinez Aurora, 33, Hainesville, was cited for battery; Dee A. Jackson, 50, Zion, was cited for no valid driver’s license; Heather S. Granlund, 34, Chicago, was cited for criminal trespass to residence; July 23 Zachary J. Wittek, 23, Vernon Hills, was cited for driving while license revoked, leaving the scene of a property damage crash; Jessica L. Bryski, 22, Round Lake, was cited for driving while license suspended; Rafael Bueno, 64, North Chicago, was cited for no valid driver’s license and no insurance; Carole Lindquist, 65,

GARAGE SALES Garage Sales 1108 RIVER PARK CIRCLE WEST Aug. 9, 10, & 11. 9-5. HH items and misc. items. 126 CHAPEL TERRACE, BURLINGTON Cross Lutheran Church. Sat. Aug. 17, 9am-12. FREE clothing & more GIVE-AWAY!!! It’s all FREE!!

Rummage Sale WATERFORD HIGH SCHOOL 8th Annual Student Council Rummage Sale. Saturday Aug. 17th, 7am-Noon. Come to door # 1 to find your treasures!

Burlington Garage Sales 126 CHAPEL TERRACE, BURLINGTON Sat., Aug. 17. 9-12. Cross Lutheran church. Free clothing & more give-away! It’s all free!. 201 N. PERKINS BLVD. 8/17. 9 a.m. - 2 p.m. Things for every family member ....and more. Stop, Browse, Buy! 30021 MEADOW DR. Fri. & Sat. 9 - 4. Garage & Art Sale. Signed oil paintings to fishing poles & everything in between. Good stuff

33605 TATONKA TRAIL/IN BARN Aug. 15, 16 & 17, Thurs. & Fri. 8-2; Sat. 8-noon. Grill, camp cots, fishing, dog bath, Stihl tree trim, patio set, recliner, toys, books, DVD’s, boys 8-12, girls size 10-16 & junior. 537 LEWIS ST. Aug. 15, 16 & 17; 9-4. Moving Sale. Furniture, HH items, Line traps, lots of tools, glassware, all sizes of luggage, books, toys & much much more. 7001 327TH AVE. Aug. 15-17, 8-4. Antiques, vintage loveseats, llama rugs, 5th wheel hitch and dish tailgater, snow blower, and more. 8031 RIDGEWAY DR. Aug. 16 & 17. 9-5. Multifamily, American Girl nib, HH, and clothes. 8704 SCHAAL RD. Fri. & Sat. Aug. 16 & 17, 9-5/ HUGE BARN SALE. Tons of antiques, porcelain dishes, figurines, primitives, quilts, glassware, baskets, vintage toys, dolls, advertising, paintings, antique floor safe, Gramaphone, metalware, furniture, unique items & housewares. Low prices. See photos on Craig’s list. Dealers Welcome. Rain date Aug. 23 & 24. BURLINGTON SENIOR CENTER 587 E. STATE ST. Sat., Aug. 17. 9am-1pm. Rummage and bake sale. Lunch served all morning. Household, knick knacks, clothes, antiques, books, misc.,baked goods, & crafts. Delicious homemade bake sale.

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25104 S. WIND LAKE RD. Aug. 15, 16 & 17; 9am. HH, pet supplies, holiday, new boat anchor, oriental carpet, some clothes, shoes, guys stuff & much more.

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Misc. For Sale 2002 KAWASAKI VULCAN MOTORCYCLE 3,400 miles, 1600 FI engine, asking $3,600, Call 262-742-3886.

FIREARMS 1 piece or collection. Federally licensed dealer. Lake Geneva Antique Mall. 829 Williams St. Lake Geneva, Wi 262248-6345

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WALNECK’S MOTORCYLE SWAP MEET! Sunday, Aug. 25th MCHENRY CO. FAIRGROUNDS, Woodstock, Ill. 8:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m., Adm $10. Indoors/Outside! Rain/Shine! 630-985-2097

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JOHN DEERE X300 450 hrs., Kawasaki engine, 42” mulch deck, $550 OBO, Call 262-7423886.

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ANTIQUES/COLLECTIBLES: A& P items - pressed steel semi truck, dovetail wood box,

banks, flag, pins & other smalls; Coca Cola floor model ice cooler; Vintage Coke thermometer; 7’ windill; iron fire hydrant; wood screw clamps; vintage tools; American Flyer 360/364 engine & cars w/boxes; tunnels, track, transformer, access; license plates; 10 cream spoons; old victorian parlor table; oak sq DR table; oak desk chair; drop leaf harvest table; Coke ice chest; .22 Cal. target trap; 38” “Lumba” model boat; Booth Bay “Lobster” model boat; NIB 615 F model engine, also McCoy & Fox; Milk cans; 3 steel implement wheels; antlers; Charlie Weaver bartender: matches; enclosed book/display cabinet; 56” & 60” wing span model planes w/engines & access; 4 gum ball machiines & smalls.

TOOLS: Craftsman chest-on-chest tool cabinet; Snap-On & Craftsman tools; portable air tank; C&H air compressor; Craftsman table saw; Wilton chop saw; Craftsman gas blower; 7hp generator; 22” Yard Machine snow blower: Husky 3 ton hyd. jack; bench drill press; Stihl O11AV chain saw; vise; alum. ext. ladder; live trap; hand/power/garden tools & more. MISC: Schwinn “Varsity” boys bike; Huffy “Chesapeake” girls bike; coaster wagon w/wood sides; 10x50 binoculars; 3 folding dog cages; lg selection of cement lawn deco – cow, dogs, bear, fox, three 2’ Doberman cement figures & many more; Sony stereo; roll top desk; and box lots

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9240 400TH AVE. Aug. 15-17, 9-6, Aug. 18, 1:30-4. Neon beer signs, antique & high end collectibles, trolling motor, custom built boat display shelf, kids John Deere gator & yamaha 4 wheeler, 6t-10t boys & girls snow pants/coats/boots, rollerblades, Halloween costumes, remote control cars, ceramic wheel, lg. dog bed, brand new 10 ft. knotty pine display shelf & more.

Lake, was cited for operating under the influence of alcohol, fleeing & eluding and violation of ‘no wake’ zone; July 26 Dominique L. Pearson, 26, Waukegan, was cited for a warrant arrest: disorderly conduct; Daniel M. Schlinder, 35, McHenry, was cited for a warrant arrest: failure to appear – retail theft; Ignacio Briseno-Lopez, 24, North Chicago, was cited for speeding (87 mph in a 40 mph zone), driving while license revoked, no insurance and a warrant arrest: failure to appear – driving while license revoked, driving while license suspended, unlawful possession of cannabis; Fernando Castro-Robles, 29, Round Lake Beach, was cited for driving while license revoked; Justice Gatlin, 22, Gurnee, was cited for no valid driver’s license, illegal transportation of alcohol; Jamil R. Bradley, 33, Addison, was cited for DUI – alcohol; Jordan D. Gantar, 40, Grayslake, was cited for failure of violent offender to register; Victor E. Mota, 34, Vernon Hills, was cited for a warrant arrest: escape/unlawful restraint;

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W772 DIXON DR. BURLINGTON Aug. 15, 16, & 17. 9-6. Too much to list, come and make an offer!

Wheeling, was cited for DUI – alcohol, no valid driver’s license and no insurance; Frank Haberzetle, 44, Fountain Hills, AZ, was cited for a warrant obtained: violation of order of protection; July 24 Maria Del Rosario Carmona Solache, 35, Lake Zurich, was cited for DUI – alcohol; Edgar L. Rios-Uriostegui, 28, Aurora, was cited for a warrant arrest: failure to appear – no valid driver’s license (Kane County); Seth A. Stittgen, 31, Fox Lake, was cited for defrauding a drug screening; Rebecca R. Kunz, 22, Marengo, was cited for a warrant arrest: failure to appear – unlawful possession of a controlled substance and retail theft. Davario McDowell, 19, Chicago, was cited for unlawful possession of a controlled substance (MDMA) – attempted to bring into jail; July 25 Troy E. Doyle, 49, Spring Grove, was cited for driving while license revoked and disorderly conduct; Peter A. Graham, 25, Waukegan, was cited for no valid driver’s license; Kevin L. Dawson, 40, Fox

Elkhorn, Wis. (262) 742-2637

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