• Marrissa A. Auslander, 19 of the 400 block of Jennifer Lane, Grayslake, was charged Sunday with possession of alcohol by a minor, according to a police report. In the same incident, Chandler S. King, 20, of the 15900 block of Aspen Court, Huntley, was charged with possession of alcohol by a minor, police said. Both women were released with a notice to appear in court Aug. 26 in McHenry County.
• An air conditioner was reported stolen Wednesday from a construction site in the 11200 block of Balmoral Drive, police said.
• Paul V. Mercurio, 18, of the 2800 block of Briarcliff Lane, Lake in the Hills, and Marc C. Sylvie, 18, of the 100 block of Judson Street, Bensenville, were both charged Sunday with possession of marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia, according to a police report. Both men were released after posting bail and are due in court Aug. 21.
• A motorized golf cart was stolen between 8:30 p.m. July 4 and 3:16 a.m. July 5 from the 41W0-99 block of Chippewa Pass near Elgin, according to a sheriff's report.
• Jordan N. Copack, 19, of the 100 block of McHenry Avenue, Crystal Lake, was charged with battery at 11:53 p.m. July 6 at Blackjack's, 7N657 Route 25 near Elgin, according to a sheriff's report. Copack, a dancer at the gentleman's club, was suspected of being drunk while working and is accused of hitting and kicking an employee who asked her to leave. She also was wanted on a warrant out of Will County, the report said.
• Neil T. Lancaster, 21, of the 800 block of Highview Street, Olympia Fields, was charged with DUI, DUI with a BAC more than .08 and improper parking at 1:48 p.m. July 7 at Route 25 and Dunham Road near St. Charles after he was found sleeping in his vehicle, according to a sheriff's report. His breath test registered a .208, according to the report.
• A jewelry box was stolen at about 2:30 p.m. July 3 from a home on the 37W0-99 block of Hopps Road near Elgin, according to a sheriff's report. A man in construction clothing approached the homeowner, asked a series of questions about the home's rear lot line and when the homeowner returned to a bedroom, noticed the closet door was open and the box was missing, the report said.
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