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Police Blotter: Public Intoxication, DUI and More

Glen Ellyn, Naperville police report Wheaton residents charged, Aug. 3-11.

Police Blotter: Public Intoxication, DUI and More

The following reports are from Glen Ellyn and Naperville Patch reports:

SATURDAY, AUGUST 11

Suspended License

Glen Ellyn police charged Richard H. Atwood, 44, of the 800 block of East Roosevelt Road, Wheaton with a traffic signal violation and driving on a suspended license. He was arrested at 9:56 p.m. at Park Avenue and Roosevelt Road, police said.

FRIDAY, AUGUST 10

Obstructing Justice

Glen Ellyn police charged Alexander J. Nesteruk, 22, of the 1600 block of Briarcliffe Boulevard, Wheaton with obstructing justice. He was arrested at 11:52 p.m. at Panfish Park, police said.

THURSDAY, AUGUST 9

Public Intoxication

Edward P. Schmeier, 51, of 703 W. Liberty St., Wheaton (DuPage PADS) was arrested at 3:14 p.m. at Prairie Path Park, police said. He was charged with public intoxication.

NAPERVILLE POLICE REPORTS, AUGUST 3-9

DUI

Susan Frances Kopek, 47, of the first block of Kensington Court in Wheaton, was arrested at 2:32 a.m. near East Jefferson Avenue and South Washington Street, police said. She was charged with crossing double yellow lines and driving under the influence of alcohol. Her bail was $3,000.

Drugs

Thomas Andrew Loiacone, 21, of the 500 block of South Washington Street in Wheaton, was arrested at 11:57 p.m. in the first block of East Chicago Avenue, Naperville Police Department said. He was charged with possession of cannabis. His bond was $120.

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