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Police report

These are incidents reported by the Naperville Police Department. Where charges have been filed, the report includes when and where the suspect was stopped or taken into custody and the nature of the charges.

Wednesday, March 12

1Property damage: A 42-year-old man reported between 8 a.m. March 10 and 6 p.m. March 12, two bars were bent in a fence outside a home on 5700 block of Rosinweed Lane.

2Stolen vehicle: A 43-year-old man reported between 7:30 a.m. March 11 and 10 p.m. March 12, a Honda Ruckus motor scooter was stolen from the 400 block of Fairway Drive, on campus of Metra Railway Route 59 commuter train depot.

Thursday, March 13

3Warrant: About 12:34 a.m., an unidentified motorist stopped near McDonald’s, 516 N. River Road, and ticketed for driving with an expired registration; passenger Matthew J. MacDonald, 21, Aurora, was taken into custody on an outstanding, $50,000 warrant for arrest on methamphetamine-related charges.

4Driving under the influence: Douglas M. Neal, 26, 400 block of Denali Circle; 1:07 a.m. near Sam’s Club, 808 S. Route 59; charged with two counts DUI and one count each driving in wrong lane of traffic, disobeying a traffic signal and failure to notify secretary of state’s office of change of address.

5Drug paraphernalia: About 8:20 a.m., North Central College campus security officer investigated open door on unoccupied vehicle parked near Highland Avenue and Loomis Street; unspecified drug paraphernalia found inside vehicle.

6Suspicious incident: About 8:42 a.m., police sent to investigate report of “tall, unknown male wearing a gray hooded sweatshirt and large sunglasses” observed peering through window of home on 2400 block of Andover Drive; stranger “turned out to be son’s friend.”

7Improper lane use: About 5:04 p.m., unidentified driver of blue, 2008 Toyota Sienna tried to pass black, 2011 Ford Fusion by crossing double yellow line and going into oncoming, eastbound lanes of Ogden Avenue near Washington Street; Sienna sideswiped Fusion in process; no injuries reported; at-fault driver charged with improper lane use.

8Excessive speeding: Nathalie C. Daux, 19, Lombard; 5:07 p.m. near Cove Court and Washington Street; charged with driving 73 mph in 40 mph zone and driving without insurance.

9Unwanted subject: About 5:49 p.m., police investigated report of unwanted subject at or near business on 1500 block of West Ogden Avenue; report provided no further information.

10Suspended license: Gary L. Hodo, 47, Addison; 8:13 p.m. near Ogden Avenue and River Road; charged with driving with a suspended license and driving without a front or rear license plate or permit.

11DUI: Thomas P. Lesnikowski, 37, 1900 block of Wisteria Court; 10:42 p.m. near Elmwood Drive and Washington Street; charged with two counts DUI and one count each failure to signal, improper lane use and speeding.

Friday, March 14

12DUI: Kelsey M. Roberts, 24, Westmont; 12:12 a.m. near Chicago Avenue and Brainard Street; charged with two counts DUI and two vehicular lighting violations.

13Warrant: Natalie D. Hall, 56, 1200 block of Whispering Hills Court; 2:48 a.m. at home; taken into custody on outstanding, $500 arrest warrant.

14Shoplifting: Loss-prevention employee told police between 3:15 p.m. March 9 and 10:50 a.m. March 14, unidentified female took $700 worth of perfume and other merchandise from shelves of unidentified store on 2700 block of Aurora Avenue, and left without paying for it.

15Suspicious incident: About 11:28 a.m., unidentified motorist charged with driving with a suspended license, following traffic stop near Ogden Avenue and Route 59.

16Warrant: Ambus D. Walker, 27, Bolingbrook; 11:52 a.m. at the Naperville police station, 1350 Aurora Ave.; taken into custody on outstanding arrest warrant.

17Warrant: Mario A. Avila, 45, 1500 block of Raymond Drive; 3:05 p.m. at the Naperville police station, 1350 Aurora Ave.; taken into custody on outstanding warrant for arrest for resisting a peace officer, leaving scene of accident involving vehicle damage and failure to reduce speed to avoid an accident/driving too fast for conditions.

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