Jan. 28 police blotter
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.
• Antonio Hernandez, 18, of Sard Avenue in Aurora, was arrested by Elburn police Jan. 21 at 12:30 a.m. for driving while his license was suspended and speeding. Elburn police stopped Hernandez when they observed him traveling 51 mph in a 35 mph zone near Capes Drive on Route 47.
• Two unidentified suspects removed three water heaters from a business on the 200 block of Nebraska Street in Elburn Jan. 14 shortly after 10 a.m. The total loss was set at $800. The suspects were described as two white males driving a smaller red pickup truck. An investigation is ongoing.
• On Sunday, Jan. 23 at 2:30 a.m., Elburn police were dispatched to the BP Amaco gas station on the corner of routes 38 and 47 after the driver of a limousine had requested assistance.
According to a press release from the Elburn Police Department, the officers learned that the limousine held 10 passengers which had been drinking and became “unruly to the point that (the driver) wanted them removed from the limousine.”
When an officer asked the subjects to exit the vehicle, two passengers, Joshua J. Quick, 22, of the 7400 block of Princeton Circle in Hanover Park, Ill., and Kimberly A. Bramlett, 21, of the 1300 block of Kingsbury Drive, Hanover Park, began arguing with each other. When the officer interevened to prevent a physical altercation, Quick shoved the officer and had to be physically restrained. Quick continued to resist officers by trying to kick the windows out of a squad car. Bramlett also shoved the same officer in an attempt to confront Quick and was taken into custody without further incident. Officers from the Kane County Sheriff’s Department and the Maple Park Police Department responded and assisted the Elburn police.
The Kane County State’s Attorney authorized one count of Aggravated Battery to a Police Officer against Quick, a class 2 felony, and one count of Battery to a Police Officer against Bramlett, a class A misdemeanor.
Bramlett posted bond and was released from custody, with an initial court date set for March 5. Quick was transported to the Kane County Jail to await morning bond call.
• Sometime during the overnight hours of Jan. 19, someone damaged two inflatable Green Bay Packers lawn ornaments on the 700 block of Wild Ginger Road in Sugar Grove. The inflatables were valued at $250 each.
• A resident of the 100 block of Edgewater Lane in Sugar Grove reported over $3,000 had been removed from their savings account, in $1,000 increments, on Jan. 18-20. A further $49.95 had been used to open a One Box answering service for a phone number, which police have. An investigation is ongoing.
• A resident of the 700 block of Pembridge Court reported to Sugar Grove police on Jan. 19 that someone tried to access his bank account. The victim’s bank called the victim after someone called the bank and knew the last four digits of his social security number, but not his mother’s maiden name on two separate occasions. No money was removed from the victim’s accounts.
• The Kane County state’s attorney issued a warrant for Roy L. Cornelius, 31, of the 400 block of Bliss Road in Sugar Grove, on two counts of domestic battery over an incident at occurred at his residence shortly after 3 a.m. Jan. 26.