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updated: 8/26/2011 5:57 PM

Tri-Cities police reports

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Daily Herald staff report

St. Charles

• Daniel R. Guzick, 56, of the 200 block of Walnut Street, was charged Aug. 19 with public drunkenness, according to a police report. Officers found Guzick sitting on the sidewalk, against the side of a building. Guzick was bleeding from his forehead and had blood on his right hand and right knee. Paramedics came to the scene to treat Guzick. Witnesses told police they saw Guzick stumble into an alleyway, causing him to hit his head on a wall. Guzick then tried to refuse transportation to the hospital but could not because he had admitted to drinking alcohol. At the hospital, Guzick was found to have a blood alcohol content of .294.

Kane County

• A Sugar Grove Township resident reported that a lost debit card was used 26 times between July 19 and 25 to purchase $1,635 worth of items from stores in Aurora and Montgomery, according to a report filed Wednesday. The card was lost at Prisco's grocery store on Prairie Street in Aurora.


• The rear window was shattered in two spots, and four tires were punctured, on a vehicle in a lot in the 1900 block of South Batavia Avenue. It happened between 1 and 2 p.m. Aug. 19. Police say the vandal likely used a brick and a baseball bat to break the window.

• Ryan P. Jeskey was arrested on charges of felony possession of a controlled substance, misdemeanor resisting or obstructing a peace officer, and public intoxication, at 3:20 a.m. Monday in the 800 block of East Side Drive, according to a police report. Police investigating a complaint about a suspicious person pounding on the rear door of a house say they found Jeskey, 27, of the 1500 block of Banbury Avenue in St. Charles, doing so, and that he told them he was friends with a resident of the house. A resident told police she wanted him to leave. Informed he was being arrested on a charge of public intoxication, Jeskey refused to stand up, police say. A plastic sandwich bag containing 6 grams of a white powder was found in a pocket, police say. The report did not specify what the powder was.