Shell casing found after loud noise;

Neighbor finds possible bullet hole in siding

Suspicious circumstances were report on Nov. 8, when police said in the 600 block of Berkley at around 6:27 p.m., a .380 shell casing was found in the street. Residents stated they heard a loud bang which they thought was a firework. The stop sign at Berkley and McKinley was found to have a bullet hole in it. A possible suspected vehicle was captured on video. It is described as a light colored four-door with possible rear tinted windows.

Police said a reporting officer met with the complainant who stated he located a possible bullet hole in the siding on the north side of the residence in the 200 block of N. Melrose at around 11:19 a.m. The reporting officer inspected the siding and located a hole but did not locate any projectiles.

Witness sees suspect steal tools from fire vehicle

On Nov. 11, burglary to a vehicle was reported in the 400 block of N. York at around 10:34 a.m. A complainant told police that an unknown suspect stole tools off a fire vehicle parked outside of Fire Station 1. The reporting officer spoke with a witness who stated he observed a suspect described as a black male enter the side compartment of the fire truck and remove a black bag and large saw. The unknown suspect placed the items in the rear seat of a black Honda and left the area. This case is pending investigation.

Suspect caught passing phony $100 bill

On Nov. 9, forgery was reported at a store in the 200 block of S. Route 83 at around 3:02 p.m. A complainant told police that an unknown suspect described as a black male, around 35 years old, 6-2 with a heavy build used a counterfeit $100 bill to purchase $11.54 worth of food items, received his change and exited the store. Pending review of security footage. The same suspect entered another store at around 3:07 p.m., selected a package of socks valued at $21.60, and paid for the merchandise with a fictitious $100 bill. The suspect received $78.40 in change and exited the store. The fictitious bill was entered into evidence.

Person removes ankle bracelet, later hides in closet to avoid arrest

On Nov. 10, police said a reporting officer spoke with Skyler D. Kroll, 23, of Aurora, who was wanted by the DuPage County Probations Office after failing to attend court. DuPage County Probations advised Kroll’s ankle bracelet was pinging at the residence; however, Kroll stated she cut it off and was not home, according to police. The reporting officer later returned to the 100 block of Mayo Court where she met with Daniel J. Vonkaenel, 39, of Aurora, who was found to have a valid warrant out of the Kendall County Sheriff’s Office, according to police. While at the residence, officers also made contact with Kroll who police said was found hiding in a closet. Both were placed under arrest and transported to the police station. Kroll was transported to the DuPage County Jail and Vonkaenel was transported by deputies to Kendall County Jail.

 

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