July 1Officers were called to Radio Shack, 1196 W. Boughton Rd., for the report of a retail theft. Unknown subjects entered the store at 1:34 p.m. and took two cell phone boosters and a booster kit, police said. Loss valued at $700.
Franklin Morris, 27, of 214 E. Bailey Rd., Naperville, was charged with possession of cannabis, delivery of cannabis, possession of drug equipment, traffic sign violation, no insurance, two in-state warrants and driving on a suspended license, following a traffic stop at Lily Cache Land and Canterbury Lane, police said.
July 2Robert Dean, 22, of 1805 Arbor Ln., Crest Hill, was charged with domestic battery and resisting a peace officer, following a call to the 309 building of Woodcreek, police said.
Officers were called to Kohl’s, 1138 W. Boughton Rd., for the report of a retail theft. An unknown subject exited the store with a Dyson vacuum without paying for the product, police said. Loss valued at $730.
July 3Officers were called to the area of Apple Valley Drive and Chestnut Lane for the report of a battery. The victim was approached by two unknown subjects while riding a bicycle at 6:02 p.m., according to police. The subjects allegedly exited a vehicle, punched the victim several times and drove off. A second victim was approached at Augusta Boulevard and Kings Road by unknown subjects in a vehicle, who exited the vehicle, punched and kicked the victim, stole iPhone headphones and drove off, police said.
Dominick Hudson, 18, of 30G Wildwood Drive, was arrested in the 400 block of Rockhurst Road and charged with battery, police said.
Brittany Grant, 21, of 316 Rawlings St., Carbondale, and Charity Lewis, 21, of 1056 Crestwood Ln., were
both charged with criminal damage to property; and Michael Braxton Jr., 21, of 1531
Shagbark Dr., was charged with battery on the 1500 block of Shagbark Drive, police said.
Someone stole four vehicle rims from a storage unit in the 600 block of Boughton Road, resulting in an estimated loss of $1,000, police said.
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