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posted: 3/15/2012 4:56 PM

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St. Charles

• Gang graffiti was discovered on the side of a building on the 100 block of South 17th Street March 8, police said.

• Edward Eugene Brubaker, 50, of the 100 block of North 15th Street, was charged March 9 with disorderly conduct and obstructing a peace officer, according to a police report. Officers responded to an apartment on the 100 block of North 15th Street for a report of a man banging on a door, attempting to open it and yelling. Multiple neighbors told police they would sign a complaint of disorderly conduct against Brubaker. When Brubaker was informed that he was under arrest, he sat on his bed, tensed up his body and refused to leave, the report states.

• Tyler B. Royer, 22, of the 1000 block of Dean Street, was charged Saturday with public drunkenness, according to a police report. Royer approached officers in the process of making a DUI arrest and demanded to know what was going on. Officers observed Royer appeared to be intoxicated and unable to maintain his balance while walking or standing, the report states. Officers told Royer to leave, Royer refused and was arrested.

• Three residences in the 1400 block of South 2nd Street were defaced with graffiti between March 9 and Saturday. The total estimated cost to remove the graffiti is more than $300, police said.


• Someone set three plastic garbage cans and a plastic recycling bin on fire March 9 in the 2600 block of Berkshire Drive, the 1400 block of Miller Road and the 1200 block of Shoop Drive, police said. The fires were discovered between 3:31 and 3:58 a.m.

• Graffiti was painted on the west side of a garage in the 800 block of Richards Street, it was reported at 8:42 a.m. March 9. Police believe it may be related to four incidents of graffiti vandalism in St. Charles around 10:30 p.m. March 8. St. Charles police discovered the Geneva graffiti during its investigation.

• Austin L. Pinson, 20, of the 400 block of Greenfield Circle, was charged with possession of cannabis (more than 2.5 but fewer than 10 grams) at 11:54 p.m. March 8 on the 800 block of East State Street, police said. He was also issued a warning notice for speeding and for having a defective muffler.


• Two women were arrested and charged with retail theft at 1:34 p.m. Tuesday at Kohl's, 251 N. Randall Road. Kimberly J. Jordan, 29, of the 200 block of North River Street in North Aurora, is accused of taking $596 of jewelry and clothing, police said. Vicki J. Jordan, of the same address, is accused by police of stealing $256 of unspecified merchandise.

• A wrought-iron bench was stolen sometime before 6 a.m. Tuesday on the 600 block of East Wilson Street.

• A resident of the 1000 block of Walnut Street reported Tuesday that $511 of fraudulent charges had been made on their debit card.

• A pile of grass clippings being mulched was discovered on fire at 2:19 a.m. Wednesday on the 500 block of Bailey Drive. The fire damaged a Comcast cable communications box.

Kane County

• Mario E. Cervantes-Delfin, 22, of the 3900 block of Songbird Lane, Cherry Valley, was arrested after a traffic stop and charged with speeding at 11:18 p.m. Friday at Route 31 and Silver Glen Road near St. Charles, police said. Authorities discovered he had an outstanding warrant out of Boone County for failure to appear in court for speeding in a construction zone.

• Four handguns and two rifles were reported stolen at 10 p.m. Wednesday from a gun safe in a garage in the 44W500 block of Cochise Drive near Maple Park, according to a sheriff's report. The owner last saw all the guns in August 2011 when he cleaned some of them.

• A longbow and six arrows, an estimated value of $440, were stolen between 6 p.m. March 7 and 6 p.m. March 8 from a residence in the 38W300 block of Route 64 near St. Charles, according to a sheriff's report.

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