The Elmhurst Police Department recently reported the following arrests and citations. Readers are reminded that an arrest does not constitute a conviction, and that subjects are considered innocent unless proven guilty in a court of law. Juveniles age 17-or-younger are not named.

Battery

April 5

A victim told police while in the cafeteria for lunch at York High School at around 12:10 p.m., a suspect approached her. The suspect pulled the victim’s hair, punched her, and pushed her to the ground. The suspect admitted to having the fight, was issued a citation for battery, and was released to her mother.

Criminal damage, criminal defacement

April 1-April 10

A complainant told police at around 10:44 a.m. that an unknown suspect(s) had driven in circles over the grass, tearing it up near the baseball fields at Churchville Junior High School between the above dates. Estimated damage: $250.

Domestic battery, domestic incident, disturbance

April 7

A complainant told police at around 1:17 p.m. that an argument between him and his mother escalated and became physical. The complainant’s mother took disciplinary action, and that is when the complainant shoved his mother. Neither party wanted to sign complaints thus, no arrests were made.

DUI, DUI-drugs, illegal consumption or possession of alcohol by a minor, illegal transportation of open alcohol, illegal possession of open alcohol

April 11

Robert E. Miller, 45, of Elmhurst, was charged with DUI, leaving the scene of an accident, illegal transportation of alcohol, injuring city property, improper lane usage and no insurance in the 100 block of N. Addison at around 7:27 p.m. Police said and officer responded for a call of a traffic crash where a vehicle struck a building. According to police, Miller was located, had a strong odor of alcohol emitting from his breath, and had glassy, bloodshot eyes. A search of the vehicle produced one open bottle of vodka, police said.

April 8

Sean Culp, 26, of Elmhurst, was charged with DUI and speeding subsequent to a traffic stop near St. Charles and Fair at around 5:18 a.m.

Santos Navarro Lopez, 34, of Chicago, was charged with DUI and no insurance subsequent to investigating a suspicious vehicle near Grantley and York at around 1:34 a.m.

Stephen Vogl, 26, of Lombard, was charged with DUI, expired driver’s license and no rear registration plate subsequent to a traffic stop near Butterfield and Cedar at around 2:08 a.m.

April 5

Jennifer Lovoie, 32, of Elmhurst, was charged with DUI, possession of open alcohol, improper lane usage and no rear registration plate light subsequent to a call for a reckless driver near York and Belden at around 7:23 p.m.

Fleeing, eluding

April 10

A reporting officer observed a vehicle, a Yamaha R1 with no registration, driving on the shoulder passing several vehicles near Route 83 and North at around 5:42 p.m. When the reporting officer

attempted to conduct a traffic stop on the vehicle, the vehicle continued to drive westbound, weaving between stopped vehicles, then sped off at a high rate of speed on North Ave. once the traffic signal turned green. An ISPERN message was broadcast.

Harassment, threats

April 7

A victim at Elm Creek Drive told police at around 9 a.m. that he received threatening text messages from a suspect. This is a repeated violation by the suspect, according to police. The victim and the suspect’s estranged wife reside together.

April 4

A victim in the 100 block of S. Prospect told police at around 10:09 p.m. that she has an order of protection against the suspect. The victim stated the suspect set up a fake Facebook account and sent her a threatening message. A reporting officer attempted to make contact with the suspect with no results.

Possession of cannabis, possession of drug paraphernalia, possession of a controlled substance

April 11

Shannell Johnson, 20, of Chicago, was charged with possession of drug paraphernalia, permitting an unauthorized person to drive, driving while license suspended, improper lane usage and no insurance subsequent to an officer observing a suspicious subject near St. Charles and Scott at around 4:54 p.m. Robert A. Chavis, 28, of Chicago, a passenger in the vehicle, was issued a citation for illegal transportation of alcohol.

April 10

Martique D. Barksdale, 36, of Villa Park, was charged with city ordinance trespassing and possession of drug paraphernalia at around 12:11 a.m. Police said officers were dispatched to assist Elmhurst College security officers with Barksdale, who had been told numerous times to stay away from campus. Barksdale was taken into custody, and while conducting an inventory of his property, police said a cannabis pipe was found.

April 9

Jacob P. Gleason, 20, of Countryside, was issued a citation for possession of drug paraphernalia in the 100 block of S. Prospect at around 12:48 a.m.

April 6

A juvenile was issued a citation for possession of cannabis at York High School at around 1:22 p.m. and released to her parents.

April 5

Michael Grant-Ulrich, 22, of Elmhurst, was issued a citation for possession of cannabis in the 100 block of W. First at around 7:24 a.m.

Suspicious circumstances

April 10

A victim in the 1000 block of S. Swain told police at around 10:02 p.m. that while in his home, he heard his front door’s electronic keypad engage. Upon hearing the front door lock, he observed a suspect, wearing a dark jacket and dark pants, standing on his neighbor’s driveway. The suspect saw the victim and immediately fled the area on foot. The suspect was last seen westbound on Butterfield Road. The area was checked with no results.

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April 6

A complainant at York High School told police at around 6:06 p.m. that two teens were using a vape device in the library. A reporting officer made contact with the teens, who stated they found the device in a bathroom at the high school. The teens were released to their parents.

Theft/burglary/attempted theft or burglary/identity theft/fraud/forgery/deceptive practice/obstruction/robbery

April 7

Fraud was reported at a store in the 200 block of S. Route 83 at around 1:56 p.m. A complainant told police that three suspects described as black female entered the store and attempted to purchase merchandise. One of the suspects attempted to pay for the merchandise using a stolen debit card. The three suspects then walked out of the store and left the merchandise. No information on the suspects was obtained.

April 6

Theft was reported in the 200 block of E. Grantley at around 3:58 p.m. A victim told police that an unknown suspect removed an item from a package that was delivered to his front door. The victim related no other items were taken.

April 5

Four instances of theft were reported at a fitness center in the 600 block of W. North. In the first instance at around 7:31 a.m., a victim told police that an unknown suspect forcibly opened his secured locker and removed his backpack which contained numerous personal items. The victim’s padlock was later found in the locker room. The other three incidents also occurred at around 7:31 a.m. In the second incident, a victim told police that an unknown suspect entered his unsecured locker and removed his car keys. The victim checked on his car in the parking lot and discovered that it was unlocked. The stolen keys were located on the driver’s seat. Nothing inside the car had been disturbed. No items were missing from within the vehicle. In the third incident, a victim told police that an unknown suspect entered his unlocked locker and removed his car keys. The victim checked on his car and discovered an unknown suspect entered his vehicle and removed his wallet from the center console. The wallet was later found by an anonymous citizen in Wheaton. In the fourth incident, a victim told police while at the fitness center, an unknown suspect entered his unsecured locker and removed his car keys. The victim checked on his car and found it unlocked. $8 in cash was missing from the center console.

Attempted retail theft was reported at a pharmacy in the 100 block of N. Palmer at around 9:15 p.m. Police said reporting officers responded for a shoplifting in progress. Upon arrival, the suspect was located but was not in possession of any merchandise. The manager stated the suspect filled up two gift bags with merchandise but left the store without them. The suspect was issued a no-trespass notice and was released.

April 4-April 5

Attempted burglary was reported at a business in the 100 block of W. Wrightwood between the above dates. A victim told police that an unknown suspect attempted to gain entry to the building at the east entry door. A reporting officer observed two pry marks on the door.

April 4

Identity theft was reported in the 200 block of Monterey Ave. at around 9:51 p.m. A victim told police that an unknown suspect made two fraudulent transactions using the victim’s bank account number. An additional attempt was declined by the bank.

Identity theft was reported in the 700 block of Berkley at around 1:27 p.m. A victim told police that he had four unauthorized charges on his TCF Bank card from an online website. The bank card has since been cancelled.

March 21

Theft was reported at Elmhurst College at around 7:27 p.m. A victim told police he called for an Uber to take him from Elmhurst College to the Secretary of State Office in Lombard. After he was dropped off he realized he left his I-phone in the vehicle and proceeded to walk back to Elmhurst College. The victim tracked his phone to the area of the suspect’s residence. A reporting officer is attempting to make contact with the suspect.

Feb. 24

A victim in the 200 block of E. Armitage told police at around 8:39 p.m. that a suspect did not complete a granite counter job which she paid for in January. The suspect returned the payment; however, the check the suspect gave the victim was returned account closed.

Jan. 1-Jan. 31

Theft was reported at a restaurant in the 1000 block of S. York between the above dates. A victim told police that two former employees are suspected of stealing cash over the period of one month in January. An investigation is pending.

 

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