Several criminal cases have been filed in the office of Kane District Court Judge Dave Engman.
Information on the following cases is from court documents:
*Travis C. Davidson, 29, of 2 Curtis Road Ext., Ludlow, is charged with driving under the influence (DUI) of alcohol.
Kane Police Officer Bill Nichols filed the charges after stopping a 2004 black Ford Ranger pickup truck driven by the defendant on Welsh Street in Kane.
A test at Kane Community Hospital determined that Davidsonâ€™s blood alcohol content (BAC) was .229 percent, more than double the legal limit.
Police also charged the defendant with careless driving.
Police stopped the defendantâ€™s vehicle after the investigation of an alleged fight at the Buckhorn Hotel along Welsh Street.
The defendant reportedly asked police if he could â€śdrive home.â€ť
Â Police warned Davidson not to drive because he could face the possibility of DUI charges. Police could smell a â€śstrong odor of an alcoholic beverageâ€ť on the defendantâ€™s breath.
Davidson ignored the warning the drove away in his truck, court documents show.
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