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Trial begins for Will County sheriff’s deputy charged with DUI

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Trial begins for Will County sheriff’s deputy charged with DUI

A trial is underway for a Will County sheriff’s deputy charged with driving under the influence in a May 13 incident where his Ford Taurus had struck a Dodge Grand Caravan outside a Speedway gas station in Plainfield.

On Thursday, prosecutors from the DuPage County State’s Attorney’s Office began their case against Ross Ricobene, 37, by calling three witnesses, which included the two occupants of the vehicle struck by Ricobene’s vehicle and the Plainfield police officer who arrested Ricobene.

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