The following incidents were supplied by the Deerfield Police Department. Arrests do not indicate a conviction.
Possession of Fictitious Driver’s License
Steven M. Shaltiel, 20, of Chicago, was cited for possession of a fake ID and driving with one headlamp on Feb. 1.
Police curbed Shaltiel in the 700 block of Waukegan Road around 1 a.m. after the officer saw his car traveling eastbound on Deerfield Road with only one headlamp illuminated, reports said.
Shaltiel allegedly tried to conceal a second driver’s license with another birth date different from his own in his wallet.
Asked why he had two drivers licenses, Shaltiel admitted that the out-of-state license was fake and said he acquired it when he moved to Chicago to attend college, police said.
His real driver’s license with his actual birthdate came back valid.
Shaltiel was arrested and taken to the police station, where he was released on a personal recognizance bond.
Other traffic arrests:
Malgorzata R. Jasnos, 31, of Deerfield. Jasnos was charged with using a handheld phone and driving on an invalid license. She was stopped at Chestnut Street and Deerfield Road around 4:05 p.m. Jan. 31. Jasnos allegedly told police she was using her phone for GPS purposes. She did not know she had to renew her temporary Illinois driver’s license since is on the country on a student visa, police said. Jasnos is due in court on March 4.
Jose Cornello Hernandez-Carrillo, 49, Deerfield, was cited after he drove off the road at Waukegan and Deerfield and hit a light pole around 8:04 a.m. Feb. 1. He was cited for driving too fast for conditions and an invalid driver’s license. He bonded out at $150. He has a court hearing on March 4.
Pedro Mendieta-Juarez, 38, of Deerfield, was pulled over at Lake-Cook and Waukegan Roads at 4:22 a.m. Feb. 1. Police said he was driving on a revoked license. He was also cited for operating an uninsured vehicle. Police said he produced a Mexican drivers license that identified him under another name. Juarez bonded out at $200. He’s due in court on Feb. 18. Police gave his passenger a courtesy ride to work.