Police Blotter: Money stolen from school

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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.

Monday, Aug. 25

Theft: A secretary reported sometime between June 9 and today, $120 stolen from petty cash box inside temporary office at Madison Junior High School, 1000 River Oak Drive.

Tuesday, Aug. 26

Suspended license: Dana Chandler, 39, Aurora; 2:47 a.m. near 95th Street and Book Road; charged with driving with a suspended license.

Warrants: Cortez D. Ragland, 21, 2800 block of Vernal Lane; 8:16 a.m. at the Naperville police station, 1350 Aurora Ave.; taken into custody on two arrest warrants totaling $3,000.

Driving too fast: About 2:34 p.m., three-vehicle, rear-end, chain-reaction traffic crash occurred at Feldott Lane and Ogden Avenue; no injuries reported; at-fault motorist charged with failure to reduce speed to avoid an accident/driving too fast for conditions.

Theft: Between 7:50 a.m. and 6 p.m., bicycle stolen from grounds of Metra Railway Fourth Avenue commuter train station, 105 E. Fourth Ave.

Theft: About 9:53 p.m., unidentified male stole iPad from his former physician on 1100 block of North Washington Street; iPad recovered at scene; report did not indicate whether charges filed or arrest made.

Theft: About 10 p.m., unidentified “homeless male with mental disabilities” stole $20 from tip jar inside unidentified business on 100 block of East Ogden Avenue; no complaint signed, no arrest made.

Property damage: About 10:34 p.m., male or female juvenile punched holes in walls of home on 2600 block of High Meadow Road; charged in juvenile complaint with property damage.

Wednesday, Aug. 27

Suspended license: About 12:11 a.m., unidentified motorist charged with driving with a suspended license, driving without insurance and driving with a suspended registration, following traffic stop near 75th Street and Naper Boulevard.

Shoplifting: About 10:16 a.m., manager of unidentified business on 1100 block of East Ogden Avenue reported white female stole red, animal-print backpack, activating business’ theft alarm; shoplifter got into minivan, which then drove from scene; shoplifter was later identified, and called business and paid for backpack; no complaint signed, no arrest made.

Vandalism: Sometime before 12:43 p.m., graffiti painted in black on eastern, exterior wall of unidentified business on 0-99 block of West Jefferson Avenue; and exterior, northeast corner of nearby building on 200 block of South Washington Street.

Drug possession: Kevin S. Faucher, 27, 800 block of Parkside Road; 1:27 p.m. at the Naperville police station, 1350 Aurora Ave.; charged with felony possession of a controlled substance.

Driving too fast: About 2:06 p.m., three-vehicle, rear-end, chain-reaction traffic crash occurred near Jefferson and Ogden avenues; no injuries reported; at-fault motorist charged with failure to reduce speed to avoid an accident/driving too fast for conditions.

Leaving crash scene: Melissa J. Funk, 35, 1600 block of Brookdale Road; 5:23 p.m. at the Naperville police station, 1350 Aurora Ave.; charged with failure to notify owner of damage done to unattended vehicle.

Warrant: Mark E. Williams, 42, 100 block of East Bailey Road; 5:25 p.m. on 1500 block of Oxford Lane; taken into custody on $5,000 DuPage County arrest warrant.

Theft: A 28-year-old woman reported between 2 p.m. Aug. 3 and 5:55 p.m. today, she did not receive money order from West Suburban Currency Exchange, 376 S. Route 59, and that money order was later cashed by someone else.

Theft: A 38-year-old woman reported between 8:15 a.m. and 10:10 p.m., $1,000 and several credit cards taken from home on 2300 block of Club House Avenue.

Battery: Between 11:30 and 11:58 p.m., man fought with his employer following theft of cigarettes from unidentified business on 1300 block of East Ogden Avenue; employer then paid for cigarettes, “and clerk advised that she did not wish to pursue charges.”

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