Naperville man, friend charged after car burglaries

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Two men from Naperville and Willowbrook remained Friday in DuPage County Jail on charges of identity theft and forgery, after allegedly breaking into vehicles in an unincorporated area of the county and using a stolen credit card.

Bail was set Friday at $20,000 for Carl H. Dixon Jr., 20, of the 1000 block of West Ogden Avenue on Naperville’s northwest side; and at $40,000 for Kylen C. Williams, 19, of Willowbrook.

Dawn Domrose, spokeswoman for DuPage County Sheriff John E. Zaruba, said detectives arrested the pair Thursday afternoon, after they had allegedly broken into an unspecified number of vehicles in the vicinity of 91st Street and Route 83, in an unincorporated area of the county near Willowbrook.

“It is alleged that, during the burglary, a credit card was taken and used,” which led detectives to Dixon and Williams, Domrose wrote in a release.

Both men were charged with individual, felony counts of identity theft and forgery, Domrose said. Williams was also charged with a felony count of burglary, she said.

An examination of court records indicated Williams in September was ticketed by Wheaton police for possession of open alcohol while riding in a vehicle. Neither Williams nor Dixon has a criminal record in DuPage, Kane and Will counties, records showed.

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