• Thomas William Moses, 30, of the 3800 block of Appian Way in Glenview, was arrested Aug. 23 in St. Charles after police discovered he had an outstanding warrant for his arrest in Elk Grove. Police picked Moses up at a car dealership. He was a suspect in a previous report of motor vehicle theft, according to a police report.
• Clayton W. Samuelson, 50, of the 100 block of Lakeside Drive, was charged Sunday with criminal damage to property, possession of drug paraphernalia and violation of his electronic monitoring device, according to a police report. St. Charles police assisted the Kane County Electronic Monitoring Office in locating Samuelson when they learned he did on have his device on his left ankle. Police found Samuelson asleep in his apartment without the device on. Samuelson told police he didn't know how the device was cut off from his ankle. Kane County officials found the device at a McDonald's in Aurora. Samuelson told police he didn't remember anything from the previous night other than being home. Samuelson was arrested. Police searched his apartment to find keys to lock the residence while Samuelson was in custody and located a box containing glass and metal pipes used to inhale drugs.
• A St. Charles-area woman told police Monday that several prescription pills had been stolen from 15 medication bottles at her home on the 04N800 block of Prairie Wood Court, according to a police report. Police were attempting to make contact with two men who had been hired to wash the woman's windows earlier that day. According to the report, the pills included hydrocodone and fexofenadine. The loss was estimated at $100.
• A TomTom GPS and a purse containing an Olympus camera and an MPIO MP3 player were reported stolen Saturday from two vehicles on the 34W900 block of Chillem Drive, near Batavia, police said. One of the vehicles was unlocked with the windows down. The items were valued at $615.
• A landscaping brick was thrown through the rear windshield of a vehicle on the 200 block of James Street in Burlington Township, according to a police report filed Sunday. Damage was estimated at $1,000.