- July 23: Criminal defacement of property occurred in the 1600 Block of Johnson Road, Oswego, in which gang signs were spray painted on multiple garage doors. Police are currently investigating the incident.
- July 23: Jose Baez, 31, was arrested at the intersection of Route 31 and W Anchor Drive, Oswego, and charged with speeding 26-plus mph above limit and fleeing/attempting to elude police. Baez was transported to Kendall County Jail.
- July 23: Identity theft occurred on the 6000 Block of Route 71, Oswego, in which the victim’s identity was used for monetary gain.
- July 24: Macario Reyes, 42, was arrested at the intersection of Fernwood Road and Pembrooke Road, Montgomery, and charged with driving on a suspended driver’s license, speeding and operating an uninsured motor vehicle.
- July 24: Jorge Castellanos-Duran, 23, was arrested at Route 34 and Fifth Street, Oswego, and charged with driving on a suspended driver’s license.
- July 25: David Gaines, 30, was arrested at the intersection of Route 47 and Boombah Boulevard, Yorkville, and charged with driving on a suspended driver’s license and improper lane usage.
- July 25: Joseph Morales, 27, was arrested at 20 Rocky Way, Montgomery, and charged with domestic battery. Morales was transported to Kendall County Jail.
- July 25: Marquette Sanchez, 20, was arrested at 1300 Light Road, Oswego, and charged with domestic battery. Sanchez was transported to Kendall County Jail.
- July 25: Humberto Ramos-Sosa, 36, was arrested at the intersection of Route 47 and River Road, Yorkville, on an instate warrant regarding a failure to appear in court. Ramos-Sosa was transported to Kendall County Jail.
- July 25: Trevon Williams, 19, was arrested at the intersection of Route 31 and W. Anchor Drive, Oswego, and charged with possession of cannabis with intent to deliver, unlawful possession of drug paraphernalia and unlawful possession of cannabis.
- July 26: Shane Egan, 31, was arrested in the 13000 Block of Church Road, Plattville, and charged with driving under the influence of alcohol, reckless driving and leaving the scene of a traffic crash.
- July 26: Brandon Hartman, 21, was arrested at 27 S Bereman Road, Montgomery, on an in-state warrant regarding a failure to appear in court.
- July 27: Christopher Saltigerald, 46, was arrested at 8045 Van Emmon Road, Yorkville, on an in-state warrant regarding a failure to appear in court for a prior DUI charge. Saltigerald was transported to Kendall County Jail.
- July 27: Nichole Goeckel, 18, was arrested at the intersection of Hillstone Road and Boulder hill Pass, Montgomery, and charged with driving without a valid driver’s license and expired registration.
Sheriff’s Office investigates drive-by shooting
On Aug. 2, at approximately 5:59 a.m., Kendall County Sheriff’s Deputies were dispatched to a report of shots fired at a residence in the 100 block of Laurie Lane in unincorporated Oswego. Sheriff’s deputies, Oswego Police, and Montgomery Police responded to the scene. Upon arrival at the scene, deputies received information that a vehicle had stopped on Laurie Lane in front of the victim’s residence. It is alleged that a suspect, who is known to the victim/homeowner, had discharged a firearm from the area of the vehicle at the residence.
There were no injuries reported with this incident. The offender had fled the area prior to police arriving on scene. The victim was home at the time of the shooting. Deputies located numerous bullet holes in the residence and with assistance from the Aurora Police located the suspect and vehicle in Aurora. During the investigation, it was determined that the victim was involved in a physical altercation with the suspect at an Aurora bar earlier in the evening. The victim and suspect knew each other from having previous contact.
Kendall County detectives are conducting an investigation into this matter. The Aurora Police Department and Kendall County Criminal Intelligence Team are assisting. At this time, the shooting is not believed to be a random act of violence. It was focused on a specific person and location. There is no known threat to the public.
Anyone who has information about this crime is urged to contact the Kendall County Sheriff’s Office at 630-553-5856 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Person can also call Kendall County Crime Stoppers at (630) 553-5999. Callers remain anonymous and are eligible for a reward of up to $1,000.00 for information leading to the arrest of the offenders.
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