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The Daily Register - Harrisburg, IL
  • Dean Raymer sentenced to eight years

  • A Harrisburg man received an eight-year sentence for a drunken driving crash Wednesday, according to a press release from Saline County State’s Attorney Mike Henshaw.
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  • A Harrisburg man received an eight-year sentence for a drunken driving crash Wednesday, according to a press release from Saline County State’s Attorney Mike Henshaw.
    Saline County Circuit Judge Walden Morris sentenced Dean R. Raymer, 41, Harrisburg, to eight years in Illinois Department of Correction and two years of mandatory supervised release. On Feb. 5 Raymer pled guilty to aggravated driving under the influence of alcohol and to driving while driver’s license is revoked. He also received a three-year sentence for the driving while license revoked charge and the sentences will run concurrently. He was ordered to pay restitution to the victims along with court costs and a $1,000 DUI assessment fee.
    The sentences stem from a Sept. 1, 2013, wreck when he drove intoxicated and ran into a ditch on Ingram Hill Road, Harrisburg, after driving over two mailboxes and damaging a culvert.
    Raymer had four prior DUI violations and the Illinois Secretary of State had revoked his driver’s license.
    The investigation was led by Saline County Sheriff’s Deputy Mychal Gooch. Assistant State’s Attorney Jayson M. Clark handled the prosecution.
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