An East Dundee man was arrested over the weekend on charges of his fourth driving under the influence arrest, a felony that carries possible prison time.
David R. Marcial, 36, of the 600 block of Barrington Avenue, also was wanted on felony charges of domestic battery and failure to register as a violent youth offender with the Carpentersville Police Department, according to Kane County court records.
Marcial was pulled over on Route 72 by Sleepy Hollow Police at 9:47 p.m. Saturday after his vehicle crossed into eastbound lanes, according to an officer's report.
Marcial smelled of alcohol, had bloodshot and glassy eyes and failed field sobriety tests. He also was cited for driving while his license was suspended, no insurance, no valid registration and improper lane use, court records show.
Marcial had DUI arrests in February 2000 in East Dundee, in November 2006 in Carpentersville and April 2015 in Elgin, records show. He pleaded guilty to felony DUI in the Elgin DUI and served half a three-year prison term.
The domestic battery charge involved pushing a woman he knew in August 2017; she was not seriously injured, but Marcial had a previous conviction for domestic battery in 2008, making his second offense a felony charge.
Marcial was being held at the Kane County jail on $100,000 bail.
He faces up to seven years in prison on the newest DUI charge, up to five years in prison on the failure to register charge and up to three years prison on the domestic battery charge.
Marcial is next due in court Wednesday.