• Fraudulent activity was reported at Huntley High School Thursday, involving a bogus order that was shipped to the school and claimed by someone else, police said. According to reports, a fraudulent order placed to an office supply company was delivered to the high school. An unknown person, posing as a representative of the office supply company, contacted the high school, said the order was shipped in error and that a courier would pick up the shipment to return it to the company. The items were picked up by an unknown person but never returned to the office supply company, police said.
• A business on the 12000 block of Princeton Drive was burglarized Friday and an unknown amount of cash was stolen, police said. According to reports, the cash register, interior and exterior doors were damaged in the burglary.
• A 16-year-old teenage boy from Algonquin was charged Aug. 24 with possession of drug paraphernalia, police said. He was released on a notice to appear in court Sept. 25 in Algonquin.
• A 17-year-old boy from West Dundee was charged Aug. 23 with possession of marijuana, driving without a valid driver's license and no headlights, police said. He was arrested at Main Street and Edgewood Drive and was later released on a notice to appear in court Sept. 25.
• Eric B. Terlecki, 24, of the 30 block of Cookson Avenue, Elgin, was charged with driving under the influence of alcohol, failure to reduce speed, and no insurance at 5:37 a.m. Sept. 2 after hitting a tree at the intersection of Lenz and Crawford roads near Elgin, according to a sheriff's report.