Sheriff's Inmate Reference Information System

 

INMATE# 177660 : SPITALLI, JOSEPH

Inmate Status: Pending Trial

Date of Booking: 11/18/2012

Inmate Description

Date of Birth: 1/1/1900

Gender: Male
Race: WHITE
Height: 6' 4''
Weight: 300
Hair Color: BROWN
Eye Color: BRO
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Charges and Bond

BONDS:

The full amount(s) listed here must be paid as bond.

Case Bond
2012CF002306 NO BOND

CHARGES:

Case Count Charge Description
2012CF002306 1 MURDER-1ST DEGREE-INTEND DEATH OR GREAT BODILY HARM
2012CF002306 2 MURDER-1ST DEGREE-INTEND DEATH OR GREAT BODILY HARM
2012CF002306 3 AGGRAVATED KIDNAPPING - DANGEROUS WEAPON

Custody Holds

There are no holds for this inmate.

 

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POSTING BOND:

If bond amount is listed as "NO BOND", this inmate is not currently eligible for bond. The inmate may become eligible for bond after a bond hearing. Call for more information about bond status. Otherwise, for inmates who are eligible for bond, please note the following information about posting bond:

Bond may be posted 24 hours a day, 365 days of the year. Bond must be in the form of cash (exact amount), certified check, cashiers check, money order, or credit card.

Cashiers checks and money orders MUST be made payable as follows: "Clerk of the 18th Judicial Circuit Court," and not to the incarcerated inmate.

Please be advised that there is a $30.00 bail bond processing fee that will be assessed to every bail bond processed by the Sheriff's Office, as is allowed per Illinois State Statute.

The bail bond processing fee will be added to the total bond fee amount. For example, posting a $200 bond will cost a total of $230 due to the processing fee. This does not apply to credit cards, as credit card payments have additional fees.

Credit card payments cannot be combined with any other payment method and must be used to pay the entire total bond fee amount. There are credit card processing fees for paying bond; for more information about these fees please call the payment processor, Government Payment Services, at 1-888-604-7888, and inquire about the fees for payment location #4027. Please remember to bring a photo ID for verification when paying with your credit card, as your photo ID must match the information printed on your credit card.

MAIL REGULATIONS:

All inmates are encouraged to maintain ties with their friends and families. Please note the following rules and regulations before sending any items to an inmate:

Any cash, coins, phone cards, credit cards, or checks found in the mail will be returned to the sender. Any mail addressed to an inmate who has been transferred or released will be returned to the sender.

Any mail containing prohibited items will be placed in the inmate's property bag and not given to the inmate.

Incoming mail shall be delivered to the inmates within 24 hours after receipt, except on weekends and holidays.

Mail and letters to an inmate should be addressed as follows:

JOSEPH SPITALLI, INMATE# 177660
PO BOX 957
WHEATON, IL 60187-0957

VISITATION:

Visitation Restrictions are as follows:

VISITATION HOURS:*

Male Inmates

Female Inmates

Wednesday 8:00 am-10:30 am

1:00 pm-3:30 pm

Tuesday 8:00 am-10:30 am
Sunday 8:00 am-10:30 am

1:00 pm-3:30 pm

Saturday 8:00 am-10:30 am

1:00 pm-3:30 pm

* Visitation hours for inmates with Kitchen Trusty status end at 10:00am, and at 3:00pm, due to meal serving times. All visits for Kitchen Trustee inmates must end at these times, regardless of the time the visit started.

PHOTO I.D. REQUIRED FOR VISITATION

All visitors, ages 16 years and above, are required to present a photo identification in order to visit an inmate. Only the following forms of photo identification shall be accepted:

State Identification
State Drivers License
United States Military Identification
United States Passport

Visitors 16 years of age and younger must be accompanied by an adult.  No unattended children will be allowed in the building at any time.

The DuPage County Jail is NOT RESPONSIBLE for any item or items left unattended, lost, or mislaid. Jail staff may not hold, secure, or watch any personal items. Leave items in your vehicle!

VISITATION PROCEDURES

All persons may visit any inmate incarcerated at the DuPage County Jail. No approved visiting list is required, however, an inmate may choose to refuse to see a visitor.

A visit may be denied if the visit may jeopardize the safety and security of the facility or the visitors. During an emergency or disturbance, we may ask that all visitors leave the facility immediately.

Inmates are allowed no more than 4 visitors, including children, at any given time period in the visiting area. Rotating of visitors or splitting their time is not permitted.

All visitors should arrive at least 30 minutes prior to the visit to register. Please leave all belongings other than ID in your vehicle.

All visitors shall be required to register on the "Visitor's Registration Form" providing their full name, address, and their relationship to the inmate.

All visitors must walk through a metal detector. No matter what the provocation, visitors may not be manually searched unless they volunteer. If there is a reasonable belief that the visitor possesses contraband and does not volunteer to be searched, the visit shall be denied.

Inmates and visitors must conduct themselves in an quiet and orderly manner at all times. Profanity, loud or boisterous talking is not permitted at any time.

VISITATION RULES OF CONDUCT

All visitors must be properly dressed before they will be allowed to visit.  Clothing with offensive slogans or artwork is not allowed.  Bathing suits, halter-tops, and flimsy or see-through clothing are not allowed.  All visitors must wear footwear and clothing.

Visits will be terminated and/or visiting privileges will be suspended under (but not limited to) the following circumstances:

Any visitors with the following items will be denied visitation:

ATTORNEY AND PROFESSIONAL VISITS:

Attorney, Probation Officers, and other professionals shall be required to present proper identification. Such visits shall have priority over regular visitation. Any Attorney or Professional visitors desiring to have a contact visit may do so after submitting to a pat search. if the visitor refuses to comply with a pat search, he/she shall be advised that a contact visit may not take place, but that a non-contact visit may be arranged. Any items taken into a contact booth shall be searched for contraband. Attorneys and Professionals may not be permitted to pass items to the inmates without prior inspection and approval by the Deputies.

Visitation schedules for Attorney or Professional visits are as follows:

7:30 AM - 11:00 AM (EVERY DAY)

1:00 PM - 4:00 PM (EVERY DAY)

6:00 PM - 7:30 PM (EVERY DAY)

CLERGY VISITS:

Members of the Clergy shall be identified as such and approved by the Director of J.U.S.T. of DuPage at 630-407-2201, before their visit is allowed. Proper identification is required, just like a visitor. Once approved, their name and other information is kept on file until the inmate is no longer incarcerated at the DuPage County Jail. All Clergy visits are non-contact.

Visitation schedules for approved Clergy visits are as follows:

7:30 AM - 11:00 AM (EVERY DAY)

1:00 PM - 4:00 PM (EVERY DAY)

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FOR MORE INFORMATION ABOUT VISITATION:

Further Visiting information may be obtained by calling 630-407-2283.

FOR MORE INFORMATION ABOUT BOOKING OR BOND:

Further Booking & Bond information may be obtained by calling 630-407-2255.

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