A Romeoville trustee with a pair of drunken driving arrests on his record was sentenced to a year of court supervision for driving with a revoked license.
Kenneth Carl Griffin, 65, must also complete community service and pay $250 in fines and court costs.
Will County Judge Bennett Braun passed down the sentence Thursday, four days after Griffin voluntarily had his bond revoked and was sent to jail.
The driving with a revoked license charge stemmed from a state police traffic stop in June.
Prior to his most recent traffic trouble, Griffin was arrested for driving under the inluence in 1984 and was sentenced to court supervision. Griffin picked up a second DUI in 2012 while in Arizona and his license was revoked, said Charles B. Pelkie, the spokesman for the Will County State's Attorney's Office.