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posted: 6/12/2013 5:30 PM

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Elgin

• Carlos Aviles, of the 400 block of Enterprise Street, has been charged with posession of 15 grams of a substance containing heroin Monday, according to a police report. Aviles is scheduled to appear in court Friday, and his bail is set at $50,000.

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• Juventino Guzman, of the 500 block of Prospect Street, is accused of aggravated insurance fraud, according to a police report. They say Guzman, in an 18-minth span, made false claims on insurance policies with three different companies. He intended to deprive each of the companies of property of more than $100,000. He is scheduled to appear in court Friday, and his bail is set at $75,000.

Carpentersville:

• Jamal Johnson, of the 100 block of Tee Road, was charged with criminal damage to property of less than $300 and resisting arrest Tuesday, according to a police report. Johnson is accused of refusing to stop after officers ordered him to do so, police said. He is scheduled to appear in court Friday, and his bail is set at $9,500.

• Cesar Hernandez, of the 7300 block of Grand View Court, was charged with driving with a revoked license Monday. According to a police report, he was pulled over at Congdon Avenue and Sherwood Avenue after not coming to a complete stop. He informed officers that he was driving on a revoked license. Hernandez is scheduled to appear in court Friday, and his bail was set at $7,500.

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