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St. Charles

• Daniel Eric Christman, 31, of the 30W000 block of Danberry Drive in Warrenville; David Q. Christman, 27, of the 2400 block of West Alta Road in Peoria; and Robert James Micaletti, 40, of the 0-100 block of Ashton Court in South Elgin, were arrested July 3. A police report indicates officers on patrol noticed what appeared to be a fight in front of a tavern in downtown St. Charles. As officers arrived they encountered a man with a cut on his head. The man told police he was attempting to leave a tavern when he noticed his brother-in-law being pushed to the ground. When the man asked what was going on, another man turned around and punched him, according to the report. Then, several other individuals began punching and kicking him, the man told police. A separate witness then identified Daniel and David Christman as the aggressors in the incident. The two were located, arrested and charged with battery, according to a police report. In a separate interview with the manager of the tavern, officers were told Micaletti became irate and placed the manager in a headlock after she refused to call him a cab. Micaletti was charged with battery.

• A Vizio 26-inch LCD television and a Sansui 19-inch television were reported stolen from a vehicle parked in a lot July 2 on the 100 block of 38th Avenue. The vehicle's rear window on the passenger side was shattered.

• Nathan Laughlin Clevenger, 20, of the 800 block of Munhall Avenue, was charged July 2 with illegal consumption of alcohol by a minor and speeding, according to a police report. Officers pulled over Clevenger's vehicle for speeding and Clevenger told police he had consumed alcohol before driving. The report states Clevenger told police he'd had as many as six shots of alcohol plus beer before driving. A breath test at the police station revealed a blood alcohol content of .103, the report states.

• Stephanie A. Gillingham, 18, of the 200 block of Laurel Street in Batavia; Salina R. Zlotorzynski, 18, of the 4200 block of Marquette Road in Yorkville; and Adam J. Binkley, 19, of the 12800 block of Lee Road in Hinckley were all charged July 1 with unlawful consumption of alcohol by a minor, according to a police report. An officer on patrol in Mount St. Mary's Park encountered the three subjects in a vehicle and found a can of malt liquor and a case of beer in the vehicle. The report states the three admitted to drinking beer.

• Daniel Andrew Watson, 19, of the 6N000 block of Oak Run Court and Alexander W. McCoy, 20, of the 3N700 block of Townhall Road, were arrested June 27. A police report indicates security at Pottawatomie Park saw a vehicle with smoke coming from the window in a parking lot. The report states the officer asked the two people in the vehicle, Watson and McCoy, if they were smoking cannabis, and they responded that they were. The security then asked the two men if they had a pipe. The report says Watson and McCoy produced a glass pipe and handed it over along with a small bag containing what appeared to be cannabis. Watson told police the pipe was his but the cannabis was a mutual purchase between himself and McCoy. Watson was charged with possession of cannabis and possession of drug paraphernalia, according to the police report. McCoy was charged with possession of cannabis. The substance in the bag tested positive for cannabis.

• Rodney Lee Abraham, 53, of the 600 block of State Street, was charged June 28 with battery, resisting a peace officer and having an outstanding warrant, according to a police report. Police arrived at a residence on State Street for a report of a battery and a threat to use a gun. The report states officers found Abraham in the vestibule of the residence talking to police dispatch on his telephone. Abraham informed police he would leave his phone on so the incident could be recorded. Abraham told police there was a man upstairs with "young girls." Officers went upstairs and found a man who said he was baby-sitting his girlfriends' two daughters. The report says the man told officers the two girls encountered Abraham in the vestibule and Abraham verbally harassed them and the girls went upstairs crying. The man told police he went down and confronted Abraham, but Abraham began swearing at him, calling the girls names and then punched the man in the stomach and threatened to shoot him. The man returned upstairs and called police. Police then discovered Abraham had an outstanding in Kane County and told him he was under arrest for battery. The report states Abraham then began yelling at the officers and pulled his hands away as police tried to handcuff him.