Man charged with driving on revoked license in Riverside

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Christopher D. Good | Riverside Police Department

A man was arrested early Sunday morning in west suburban Riverside for driving with a revoked license.

Christopher D. Good, 49, was driving a 2005 Ford Explorer westbound on Ogden Avenue and Miller Road with expired registration plates, according to a statement from Riverside Police.

When stopped by police at 1:48 a.m. Sunday, Good, of the 4900 block of Forest Avenue in Brookfield, did not possess a valid driver’s license, according to the statement.

A computer check revealed that Good’s license had been revoked on DUI convictions in 2006 and 2014, a suspended driver’s license in 1998 and he had been arrested for driving on a suspended driver’s license on 14 separate occasions in Illinois and Pennsylvania prior to his most recent arrest in Riverside Sunday morning, police said.

Good was charged with felony aggravated driving while his license was revoked, expired registration and operating an uninsured motor vehicle.

Good’s car was impounded and he was being held for bond court.

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