2. July 18: Nicholas Housby, 18, was arrested at the intersection of Route 71 and Reservation Road, Yorkville, and charged with unlawful consumption of alcohol by a minor and possession of drug paraphernalia.
3. July 18: Mark Smith, 27, was arrested at the intersection of Route 71 and Millbrook Road, Newark and charged with speeding 35-plus mph above limit and possession of drug paraphernalia.
4. July 18: Terence Low, 59, was charged at 1102 Cornel Lane, Yorkville, with aggravated battery after spitting on two officers.
5. July 19: Connor Cobb-Spencer, 18, was arrested at the intersection of Route 47 and Walker Road, Yorkville, and charged with speeding 29 mph above limit and possession of drug paraphernalia.
6. July 19: Elise Hoeffliger, 28, was arrested in the zero-100 Block of Birchwood Court, Montgomery, on an in-state warrant regarding a prior traffic offense.
7. July 19: Tracy Webber, 42, was arrested in the 7400 Block of Route 71, Yorkville, and charged with driving under the influence of alcohol, failure to reduce speed and improper lane usage.
8. July 20: Flor Marquez-Bustamonte, 38, was charged at the intersection of Ridge Road and Walker Road, Plainfield, with driving without a valid driver’s license.
9. July 20: John Parsons, 51, was arrested at 8045 Van Emmon St., Yorkville, and charged with domestic battery.
10. July 22: Ida Walker, 34, was arrested at the intersection of Route 52 and McKanna Road, Minooka, and charged with driving on a suspended driver’s license and speeding.
11. July 22: Daniel Olivares, 49, was arrested at the intersection of Orchard Road and Lewis Street, Oswego, and charged with driving 80 mph in a 45 mph zone.
12. July 22: Daniel Gombash, 29, was arrested at the intersection of Theodore Street and Ridge Road, Joliet, and charged with driving on a suspended driver’s license and improper lighting.
13. July 22: A battery occurred in the 8000 Block of Van Emmon Road, Yorkville. Police are currently investigating the incident.
14. July 22: Alvero Gutierrez Jr., 20, was arrested at the intersection of Boulder Hill Pass and Codorus Road, Montgomery, and charged with driving on a suspended driver’s license.
15. July 23: A theft of less than $500 occurred in the zero-100 Block of Hubbard Way, Montgomery. Police are currently investigating the incident.
Kendall County Sheriff’s Office warns citizens about asphalt seal coating scam
Kendall County Sheriff’s Deputies recently became aware of an asphalt seal coating scam which occurred in unincorporated Yorkville. The victim reported that they were approached by three Hispanic males who offered to sealcoat the driveway of the victim at a discounted price. The victim provided the males with cash who completed a small portion of the job. The males told the victim they needed to get more materials and left the victim’s residence without ever returning to complete the job.
The victim described the first male as approximately 6-feet tall and weighing 200 pounds, the second male as approximately 6 feet tall and weighing 225 pounds, and the third male as approximately 5-feet-6-inches tall and weighing 150 pounds. The victim described the vehicle the males arrived in as a newer model tan or light brown Ford pickup truck with a crew cab and cap on the bed of the truck. The victim could not provide any further information regarding the incident.
The Sheriff’s Office would like to remind citizens to not have unsolicited work done on your residence and implement the 1-2-3 rule. If someone wants to do work at your residence that was not solicited by you:
- Wait one day to speak to family members
- Wait a second day to speak to friends and neighbors about it
- Wait a third day to see if they come back to push you to get the work performed
During the three-day “waiting” period, contact a local reputable company to obtain a price comparison. Another rule to live by, if the deal sounds too good to be true, it probably is.
Finally, if you have any questions or concerns, contact your local police agency immediately to obtain further assistance.
Information in reference to criminal damage to property
Kendall County Sheriff’s Deputies are seeking information regarding a criminal damage to property report taken in the 7000 Block of Valley Road, Millbrook near the Millbrook Bridge. Person(s) unknown damaged the ‘Bridge Closed’ signs on July 13 at approximately 4:20pm. The individuals pictured below are persons of interest, and police are seeking information regarding their identities. The associated report number is 2015-2187.
Anyone with information on this or other crimes is urged to call Kendall County Crime Stoppers at (630) 553-5999. Callers remain anonymous and are eligible for a reward of up to $1,000 for information leading to the arrest of the offenders.
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