Trustee given court supervision

WOODSTOCK – A Huntley trustee has been ordered to one year of court supervision for an incident at a local bar.

Nick Hanson, a trustee since April 2011, had been charged with criminal trespass and harassment through electronic communication. On Tuesday, he agreed to an amended charge of attempted disorderly conduct and a settlement of court supervision and a $50 fine.

Jeff Lovell, owner of Parkside Pub on East Main Street in Huntley, said Hanson was unwanted at the restaurant and was told about a year ago not to come in.

But Hanson returned twice, and police were called in April.

Hanson said there was a misunderstanding stemming from personal relationships. He once called police on Lovell related to an incident near Hanson’s home.

Hanson’s term expires in May 2015.

– Sarah Sutschek

Comments

Comments

Reader Poll

How far will the Blackhawks advance in the playoffs?
Lose in first round
Lose in second round
Lose in conference final
Lose in Stanley Cup Final
Win Stanley Cup Final