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.
Thursday, April 10
Illegal weapon: William B. Terry, 44, 1800 block of Clyde Drive; 10:35 a.m. at the Naperville police station, 1350 Aurora Ave.; charged with possession of firearm with invalid firearms owner’s identification card.
Unwanted subject: About 3:20 p.m., manager of unidentified business on 0-99 block of West Chicago Avenue advised police unnamed male patron was “no longer welcome in business, due to his unwanted advances to female customers in that establishment.”
Unlicensed driver: Angel M. Chaidez-Martinez, 32, Aurora; 4:11 p.m. near 111th Street and Route 59; charged with driving without a license.
Disorderly conduct: About 6:32 p.m., police went to home on 2300 block of Fawn Lake Circle, after “15-year-old dialed 911 after being disciplined by mother;” report provided no further information.
Obstructing justice: Chad M. Kubinski, 22, Aurora; 7:02 p.m. at the Naperville police station, 1350 Aurora Ave.; charged with obstruction of justice.
Unlicensed driver: Juan C. Manon-Correa, 36, Chicago; 10:11 p.m. near Diehl Road and Route 59; charged with driving without a license, driving without insurance and driving without front or rear license plate or permit.
Theft: A 68-year-old woman reported sometime between noon April 9 and today, Apple iPhone stolen from Peter Pan Preschool North, 1190 Olesen Drive.
Friday, April 11
Warrant: Kenneth F. Zabinski, 61, 1300 block of East Ogden Avenue; 8:27 a.m. at CVS/pharmacy, 1299 E. Ogden Ave.; taken into custody on outstanding, $2,500 failure to appear arrest warrant.
Theft: A 48-year-old man reported sometime before 10:51 a.m., older, 42-inch Samsung flat screen television set removed from house on 200 block of South Webster Street; TV had been left behind by former tenant, who was supposed to have removed all belongings in February.
Suspicious incident: About 12:59 p.m., “suspicious prescription investigated and found to be legitimate” at unidentified business on 1300 block of South Route 59; report provided no further information.
Driving too fast: About 1 p.m., unidentified motorist charged with failure to reduce speed to avoid an accident/driving too fast for conditions, following four-vehicle traffic crash near Sixth Avenue and Mill Street.
Suspicious incident: A 35-year-old woman reported between 8 a.m. and 2 p.m., front door was opened and pet dog found missing from home on 3000 block of Crystal Rock Road.
Fleeing police: Cecil J. Hubbard, 27, Aurora; 3:35 p.m. on 1200 block of Sanctuary Lane; charged with fleeing police and two counts each driving with a suspended license and disobeying a stop sign; also taken into custody on five outstanding arrest warrants.
Theft: A 30-year-old man reported between 7 a.m. and 4:45 p.m., lock severed on chain securing bicycle in bike rack at Metra Railway Fourth Avenue commuter train station, 105 E. Fourth Ave.; stolen bicycle valued at $700.
Attempted burglary: A 71-year-old man reported sometime between March 20 and 5 p.m. today, unsuccessful attempt made to enter home on 500 block of Fessler Avenue via front door and two windows.
Marijuana possession: About 5:43 p.m., two girls found smoking marijuana near Ogden Avenue and Raymond Drive; report provided no further information.
Battery: A 20-year-old man reported about 6:16 p.m., friends got into argument that turned into physical fight at Buffalo Wild Wings, 2555 W. 75th St.; “victim did not want any police assistance, (and) paid tab for himself and his friends and left.”
Excessive speeding: Anthony V. Rizza, 66, 3900 block of Littlestone Circle; 10:22 p.m. near 111th Street and Highland Drive; charged with driving 26-35 mph over posted speed limit, for driving 72 mph in 40 mph zone, and driving without a license.
Drinking in public: About 10:42 p.m., unidentified male or female seen drinking alcoholic beverage inside city of Naperville public parking deck, 75 E. Chicago Ave.; report provided no further information.