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updated: 8/22/2013 4:53 PM

Fox Valley police reports

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• Rinnell Mallory, 42, of the 500 block of Van Street, was charged Tuesday with seven counts of delivery of a controlled substance, including delivery within 1,000 feet of Foundry Park, and felony possession of a firearm after he sold heroin on multiple occasions between July 11 and Tuesday to an undercover police officer, according to a police report. His girlfriend, Lisa L. Sardin-Spencer, 48, and her daughter, Lakara D. Spencer, 19, both of the same address, were also arrested the same day and charged with delivery of a controlled substance, police said. Mallory's bail was set at $500,000, and he is due in court Aug. 29. Sardin-Spencer's bail was set at $200,000, and she is due in court Aug. 28. Spencer's bail was set at $150,000, and she is due in court Aug. 29.

• Jose A. Perez-Rojana, 34, of the 0-100 block of Tivoli Place, was charged Wednesday with two counts of identity theft Wednesday, police said. He is accused of using someone else's identity to apply for credit to buy a 2005 Nissan Altima, according to court records. His bail was set at $50,000 and his next court date is Aug. 29.

Kane County

• A resident of the 7N800 block of Woodcliff Drive near South Elgin stopped an unauthorized purchase of $537 at noon Tuesday after getting a call from an office supply store that an order was ready to be shipped, according to a sheriff's report. However, the report said, two more unauthorized purchases totaling $722 were made at locations in Ohio and Washington, D.C.

• Several mailboxes were stolen off their posts sometime between Monday night to Tuesday morning near St. Charles, according to a sheriff's report. The incidents occurred on the 35W40 block of Elder Avenue, the 6N900 block of Tuscola Avenue, and 34W800 block of North James Drive.

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