A Miooka woman was sentenced in a Grundy County case on January 4th. Melissa Nosal pled guilty to criminal damage to government supported property under $500, a class four felony and was placed on two years of second chance probation.
Nosal must also submit to random drug test, pay restitution, obtain or maintain employment and serve two days in the Grundy County Jail, which has been completed.
Nosal also pled guilty to a misdemeanor DUI charge and was sentenced to two years of court supervision. The 25-year-old Nosal was fined $1,300 and completed 200 hours of community service.
Nosal was arrested after a traffic stop around 2:30 a.m. on September 16th of 2019. Minooka Police Chief Justin Meyer said Nosal was reportedly driving erratically near Ridge Road and was arrested for DUI.
During the traffic stop, Nosal struck the officer with her knee and also tried using her head as a weapon. When at the Minooka Police Department, Meyer said Nosal broke the booking room camera and damaged a computer used for fingerprinting.
As part of the plea agreement, a class two felony charge of Aggravated Battery to a Police Officer was dropped.