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updated: 8/1/2013 5:22 PM

Lake Zurich man is set $100,000 bail for DUI

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  • Andrew Manley

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By Mackenzie Dye
mdye@dailyherald.com

Cook County prosecutors in Rolling Meadows are holding a Lake Zurich man with an extensive criminal background on a $100,000 bail as he faces a fourth DUI charge.

Andrew Manley, 29, of the 800 block of S. Rand Road, is accused of aggravated driving under the influence of drugs and failure to provide a valid driver's license.

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Manley appeared in bond court Thursday, where Cook County Judge Jill Cerone-Marisie set bail, explaining that the amount was based in part on preserving "the safety of everyone else in the streets."

His previous offenses include possession of hypodermic needle/syringe, domestic battery, possession of a stolen motor vehicle, criminal trespassing charges, driving on a suspended license and three previous aggravated DUI charges. On several occasions, he received jail time or probation.

In 2009, Manley was sentenced to three years in prison for his third aggravated DUI. The most recent charge against him is obstructing identification in 2013, for which he received a sentence of 18 months in Cook County.

On Aug. 1, Manley was pulled over at the 1600 block of North Baldwin Road in Palatine for a missing headlight and for driving at high speeds, prosecutors said. After the police officer motioned for Manley to pull over, Manley crashed into a parked car, according to Assistant State's Attorney Moe Ahmad.

When the officer approached Manley's vehicle, he smelled burned cannabis and found a cannabis cigarette on the center console, according to the report. Manley was described as having glassy, bloodshot eyes and being slow to react to questioning, police said He was also given field sobriety tests, which authorities say he failed.

Manley next appears in court Aug. 22 .

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