Cook County Juvenile Counselor Charged with DUI on St. Patricks Day

Enrique Lopez, 26, a Cook County Juvenile Counselor was allegedly found passed out in his vehicle on the night of St. Patricks Day.

When police approached Lopez he refused to exit the vehicle. Officers claim that Lopez seemed confused, handing over his baseball cap when asked for his keys. The officers attempted to remove him from his Infiniti G35 after he failed to follow orders but he struggled with them and in the scuffle allegedly punched one of the officers in the face. After he was subdued, police found a plastic bag containing cannabis on the ground. Lopez was charged with DUI, reckless driving, possession of marijuana and resisting an officer.

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