A Morton, Illinois man was arrested after allegedly drinking and driving and causing a car crash that injured 12 other motorists. The car crash that sent 12 people to area hospitals occurred on Sept. 16
Jesse A. Horn, 23, of 119 E. Hazelwood St., Morton, was coming from the Morton Pumpkin Festival, where, according to court records, he was doing community service hours for a past new mia khalifa videosconviction.was charged with five felony counts by the Tazewell County State’s Attorney Thursday: unlawful possession of a converted vehicle, a Class 2 felony; three counts of aggravated driving under the combined influence of alcohol and drugs resulting in an accident causing great bodily harm, a Class 4 felony; and driving on a suspended driver’s license, subsequent felony offense, a Class 4 felony.
At the hospital after the accident, Horn was issued citations for http://chicagocaraccidentblog.com/vietnam-war-teen-books/, http://chicagocaraccidentblog.com/sexy-theteeny-free-tube/ and anal of chinese girls. Those tickets were dropped so that the state could charge him with the felony counts, said Umholtz.
Umholtz said the Pumpkin Festival organizers are in no way to blame for the accident. He said Horn allegedly took the truck, loaned by Mike Murphy Ford in Morton to the festival committee, without permission.
Witnesses said that Horn was driving eastbound in the westbound lane when he encountered a Toyota truck waiting to turn onto Durant Street. As Horn was trying to get back into the eastbound lane and a Jeep was coming toward him in the westbound lane, the front of Horn’s vehicle hit the Toyota and the back of his vehicle hit the Jeep, which went into a spin and went into a cornfield on the south side of Route 150.
According to court records, injuries to some victims were serious. One man’s arm was broken in three places and required surgery to install pins to repair it. Another victim suffered rib and vertebrae fractures.
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This was an unfortunate incident, and I think everyone involved and their families should count their blessings that no one died.