Glendale Heights woman charged with 5th DUI after Batavia rollover crash

  • Cindy A. Tesch

    Cindy A. Tesch

 
 
Updated 6/15/2020 4:59 PM

A 48-year-old woman faces felony charges for her fifth DUI arrest after a rollover crash in Batavia early Friday morning, according to police and court records.

Cindy A. Tesch, of the 100 block of Montana Avenue, Glendale Heights, faces charges of aggravated DUI/5th, driving while license revoked, no insurance and improper lane use after the single-vehicle crash on the 400 block of North Kirk Road.

 

Batavia Police Investigations Commander Eric Blowers said officers were dispatched at 12:20 a.m. Friday for a report of a 2005 Chevy Malibu that rolled over on Kirk Road.

Blowers said Tesch and her passenger, a 42-year-old female, had minor injuries and were treated and released from Northwestern Delnor Hospital in Geneva.

Blowers said Tesch refused chemical tests, and a blood-alcohol concentration was not immediately available. There was no evidence of open alcohol or contraband in the car, he said.

The crash did not result in any property being damaged other than Tesch's vehicle, he said.

"Fortunately, nobody was seriously injured," Blowers said.

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Tesch's previous DUI arrests included three in DuPage County -- March 1998, January 1999 and February 2000, according to court records.

She is free after posting $500 of her $5,000 bail and she is next due in court Friday.

If convicted if the most severe charged of aggravated DUI/5th, she faces a sentence ranging from four to 15 years in prison with no chance of probation.

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