Kenneth Carl Griffin, the 65-year-old Village of Romeoville trustee who voluntarily revoked his bond during a pre-trail hearing Monday stemming from a traffic violations charge, has two DUI arrests on his record, according to Charles B. Pelkie, director of public affairs in the Will County State's Attorney's Office.
Pelkie said Griffin first was arrested on a DUI charge in 1984 and at the time received a sentence of court supervision. Then, Griffin picked up his second DUI in 2012 while in Arizona, and his license was revoked, Pelkie said.
Griffin was stopped again by police for driving on a revoked license on June 7, 2013. Pelkie said he was given an I-bond and then appeared in Will County Court on Monday in conjunction with the driving on a revoked license case. After Griffin voluntarily revoked his bond, his case was continued for sentencing, Pelkie said.
Griffin next is scheduled to appear in court at 9 a.m. Thursday (Sept. 26).