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Bolingbrook Blotter: Home Burglaries, Stolen Truck Batteries

Arrests, incidents reported by Bolingbrook police.

Bolingbrook Blotter: Home Burglaries, Stolen Truck Batteries

April 26

Elvis Farka, 25, of the 1500 block of Comanche Drive, was arrested at 7:09 p.m. at Lily Cache Lane and Pheasant Chase and charged with resisting a peace officer, a safety belt violation and a moving violation, police said.

April 27

Someone burglarized a home in the 100 block of Ashbury and stole a change jar and envelope of currency, for a loss of $900, police said.

Graffiti was written on a shipping container and along a business wall in the 700 block of Boughton Road, police said.

David Knight, 34, of the 23000 block of Kurt Road, Channahon, and Novi Nemeth, 33, of the 1700 block of East Drive, Lockport, were arrested at 3:09 p.m. at Walmart, 200 S. Boughton Road, and charged with retail theft, police said.

April 28

Someone stole a laptop worth $600 from a vehicle parked in the 300 block of Willoway Drive, police said.

Someone cut the screen on the window of a business in the 1800 block of Apple Valley Drive, police said.

Jacob Montecinos, 31, of the 600 block of Kingsbrooke Crossing, was arrested at 2:42 a.m. and charged with criminal damage to property, said police. Montecinos is accused of breaking several windows on a vehicle, police said.

A dozen truck batteries, three battery covers and 20 battery cores were removed from trucks in a parking lot in the 600 block of E. South Frontage Road, police said.

April 29

Joseph Haynes, 25, of the 500 block of Bovidae Circle, Naperville, was arrested at 5:10 p.m. and charged with fleeing to elude a peace officer and three in-state warrants, police said.

April 30

Someone kicked in the front door at a home in the 1600 block of Arlington and stole a laptop and two men's watches, worth a total of $2,200, police said. Several drawers were also rummaged through, according to police.


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