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updated: 7/9/2014 5:50 PM

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• Somsanouk Manikham, 32, of the 300 block of Triggs Avenue, Elgin, was charged July 1 with no valid drivers license, according to a West Dundee Police Department news release. He was stopped by police while traveling west on Main Street. At the time, he also had two active warrants charging him with traffic offenses in Kane County. Manikham was released on recognizance for the no driver's license charge, but he was unable to post the bond for the active warrants. His bail was set at $5,000 per active warrant, and his next court date is July 24.

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• Monique Sawyer, 26, of Oxford Lane, Carpentersville, was charged June 29 with theft valued at less than $300, according to a West Dundee Police Department news release. The incident occurred at Speedway Gas Station. Sawyer was released on recognizance, and her next court date is July 24.

• Julianna Lannge, 18, of the 600 block of Scott Street, Algonquin, was charged June 27 with retail theft, according to a West Dundee Police Department news release. She is accused of taking merchandise valued at less than $300 from Spencer's Gifts in Spring Hill Mall. She was released on recognizance, and her next court date is July 24.

• Erika Arroyo, 26, of Walker Place, Elgin, was charged June 26 with retail theft, according to a West Dundee Police Department news release. She is accused of stealing from Sears in Spring Hill Mall, and the theft was valued at less than $300. At the time, she had an active warrant for giving or selling liquor to a minor. She was released on recognizance for the retail theft, and her next court date is July 24.

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