- Kaneland preschool screening Dec. 13
- Blessing of the Manger tradition carries on at Conley Corner
- ‘Drew’ grit: Senior signal-caller earns pinnacle All-State honor
- Elburn Leos to present Breakfast with Santa Dec. 1
- Between Friends Food Pantry sponsors toy, book drive
- Old-fashioned Christmas celebration in Kaneville
Police blotter for June 4
The following reports were obtained from local police departments. The individuals charged with crimes are presumed innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.
â€¢ Miguel A. Perez, 23, of the 1000 block of Pattee Avenue, Elburn, was arrested at 6:28 a.m. May 25 on an outstanding warrant for failure to appear in court on charges of driving while his license was suspended.
â€¢ A resident of the 60 block of Banbury Road in Elburn reported that someone made three scratches on her Toyota Camry sometime between 2 p.m. May 22 and 7 p.m. May 23. The vehicle was parked in front of her residence.
â€¢ Kelly M. Sivak, 19, of the 1300 block of Lance Avenue in Elburn, was arrested at 11:28 p.m. May 24 for driving while her license was suspended. Police arrested her on Blackberry Creek Drive at Keslinger Road in Elburn, after seeing that her rear license plate light was not functioning.
â€¢ Jacob B. Pierce, 24, of the 200 block of Kansas Street in Elburn, was arrested at 7:29 a.m. May 22 for driving while his license was suspended. Police stopped him on Route 47 north of Hughes Road in Elburn, for driving without having a front license plate.
â€¢ On May 28, an employee of the Aurora Municipal Airport informed a patrolling Sugar Grove officer that an F18 fighter jet had escorted a small aircraft to the airport, due to violating the Presidential â€œno-flyâ€ zone. The employee told the officer that the Secret Service was on the way to hold the pilot and his aircraft. The pilot, Jeffrey D. Hagg of Indianapolis, stated he was flying from Indianapolis to Minnesota, was unaware of the no-fly zone, and that his radio must have been turned down too low to hear the control towerâ€™s warnings. The case was turned over to the Aurora Police Department before the Secret Service arrived.
â€¢ A 19-year-old Elburn resident was arrested for a zero-tolerance offense after the vehicle he was driving was stopped for speeding in the early morning hours of May 29. Jordan C. Bergmann of the 1100 block of Griffith Avenue, Elburn, was stopped when a Sugar Grove police officer found him traveling at 71 mph in a 55 mph zone. After noticing the scent of alcohol on Bergmannâ€™s breath, the officer asked him to take a breath test, which Bergmann denied. As a result, Bergmann was taken into custody.