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South Moline Township Supervisor charged with DUI, obstructing justice
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South Moline Township Supervisor charged with DUI, obstructing justice

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Tracy Best

South Moline Township Supervisor Tracy Best faces felony charges of driving under the influence and obstructing justice stemming Friday, Nov. 7 incident.

South Moline Township Supervisor Tracy Best was ticketed Saturday, Nov. 7 for driving under the influence, obstructing justice, disregarding an official traffic device, and driving without headlights.

Best appeared in Rock Island County Court Monday.

The obstruction of justice charge is a Class 4 felony under Illinois law that carries a possible prison sentence of one to three years or a term on probation. 

Driving under the influence is a Class A misdemeanor that carries a possible sentence of 364 days in the Rock Island County Jail and a fine of up to $2,500. 

A jury trial is scheduled for Jan. 19 in Rock Island County Circuit Court. 

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