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Trustee given court supervision

WOODSTOCK – A Huntley trustee has been ordered to one year of court supervision for an incident at a local bar.

Nick Hanson, a trustee since April 2011, had been charged with criminal trespass and harassment through electronic communication. On Tuesday, he agreed to an amended charge of attempted disorderly conduct and a settlement of court supervision and a $50 fine.

Jeff Lovell, owner of Parkside Pub on East Main Street in Huntley, said Hanson was unwanted at the restaurant and was told about a year ago not to come in.

But Hanson returned twice, and police were called in April.

Hanson said there was a misunderstanding stemming from personal relationships. He once called police on Lovell related to an incident near Hanson’s home.

Hanson’s term expires in May 2015.

– Sarah Sutschek

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