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, June 19
Marijuana possession: Nicholas R. White, 20, Atlanta, Ill.; 1:09 a.m. at city of Naperville public parking deck, 75 E. Chicago Ave.; charged with possession of marijuana.
Car vs. bus: About 8:54 a.m., driver of yellow, 2009 International bus attempted to leave company lot on 600 block of West Fifth Avenue; bus struck by blue Honda Civic traveling west on Fifth Avenue; Civic driver complained of injuries and was taken by ambulance to Edward Hospital in Naperville; report did not reflect driver’s condition; bus driver charged with failure to yield right of way.
Battery: A 29-year-old woman reported about 5:15 p.m., ex-friend and roommate with whom she still works “forcibly grabbed her by the backpack, yanking her backwards (and) causing bruising to her arm” on 0-99 block of South Main Street; report did not indicate whether former friend was arrested.
Leaving crash scene: Matthew M. Gruzlewski, 42, Aurora; 8:08 p.m. at the Naperville police station, 1350 Aurora Ave.; charged with leaving scene of accident involving vehicle damage.
Battery: John G. Schwartz, 67, hometown not provided; 9:30 p.m. at the Naperville police station, 1350 Aurora Ave.; charged with battery causing bodily harm.
Friday, June 20
Disorderly conduct: Asia P. Jenkins, 32, 1400 block of Queensgreen Circle; 12:24 a.m. near home; charged with disorderly conduct; also taken into custody on arrest warrant.
Vehicle burglaries: Sometime before 6:48 a.m., two unlocked vehicles burglarized outside two homes on 2300 block of Overlook Court; backpack containing laptop computer stolen from one vehicle, and $2 in coins stolen from other.
Vehicle burglary: A 34-year-old woman reported between 3 and 7 a.m., $50 to $60 stolen from unlocked vehicle parked outside home on 2500 block of Oneida Lane.
Battery: A 49-year-old man reported about 12:33 p.m., battery occurred on 4000 block of Chapel Hill Avenue; no complaints signed, no arrests made.
Trespassing: About 2:22 p.m., unidentified male or female given “no trespassing” warning, after causing disturbance at Goodwill Industries, 539 Fort Hill Drive.
Citizen assistance: About 4:23 p.m., police spoke with unidentified man “protesting legally” outside unidentified automobile dealership on 1500 block of West Ogden Avenue; “due to his disruptive behavior over past five-plus weeks, he has been banned from all business properties in Naperville, including other dealerships;” man was warned “that any violation would result in his arrest for criminal trespass to property.”
Vehicle burglary: A 37-year-old woman reported between 5 and 5:40 p.m., vehicle burglarized while parked on 1000 block of East Benton Avenue.
Trespassing: About 6:21 p.m., unspecified number of unidentified people were “highly intoxicated (and) causing disturbance” inside unidentified restaurant on 1700 block of Freedom Drive; all were ejected and given “no trespassing” warnings.
Drunken pedestrian: About 7:52 p.m., police investigated report of “intoxicated subject” on 2800 block of West Ogden Avenue; report provided no further information.
Battery: About 8:39 p.m., police investigated fight on 3300 block of Deering Bay Drive; “two subjects battered each other, with conflicting stories;” report provided no further information.
Suspicious incident: Between 6 and 10:20 p.m., woman “did not return to her grandfather’s” home on 1300 block of Carleton Circle, “like she stated she would;” report provided no further information.
Theft: A 24-year-old resident of 1500 block of Watkins Lane reported between Jan. 17 and 10:27 p.m. today, he sold telephone via eBay to buyer who later expressed dissatisfaction with phone; man said he issued refund, but buyer did not return phone.
Vehicle damage: A 46-year-old man reported between 9:30 and 11:55 p.m., raw eggs were hurled and shattered against car parked on 4200 block of Colton Circle; eggs caused minor damage to car.Tags: Police Blotter