• Terrence T. Williams, 17, of the 100 block of College Street, was charged with criminal damage to property for breaking a plate-glass window at the Larkin Center at about 5 p.m. Wednesday, according to a police report. Williams threw a mug at the window after being asked to get off the phone so another resident could use the phone. Williams appeared Thursday morning in Kane County bond court where his bail was set at $10,000, court documents show. He is next due in court Feb. 28.
• Armando Martinez Jr., 43, of the 1000 block of Bellevue Avenue, was arrested at about 11 p.m. Wednesday and charged with possession of less than 15 grams of cocaine, according to a police report. Police responded to a call about a truck parked in a driveway with the engine revving. Martinez was the driver and sole occupant of the vehicle. Police saw in the cupholder a white plastic bag containing what later tested positive for cocaine. Martinez appeared Thursday morning in Kane County bond court where his bail was set at $15,000, court documents show. He is next due in court March 7.
• Jesse A. Williams, 19, of the 400 block of Mill Street, was arrested at about 4 p.m. Tuesday and charged with criminal trespass to property and battery/physical contact, according to a police report. Williams was skateboarding on a business property on the 200 block of Danny's Pizza, and was asked to leave by the owner. Williams refused and pushed the owner. Williams was released on his own recognizance and is next due in court March 18.
• Michael A. Damore, 26, of the 1700 block of Court Street, McHenry, was arrested Tuesday and charged with unlawful possession of marijuana with intent to deliver and unlawful possession of marijuana, according to a police report. Police were acting on a tip that Damore was selling marijuana in and around McHenry and later searched his home, according to a news release. Deputies recovered 500 grams of marijuana and $10,000 cash. McHenry County Sheriff Keith Nygren estimated the value of the drugs at $4,000. Damore's bail was set at $25,000 and his next court date is Feb. 20. If found guilty of the possession with intent to deliver charge, he could spend between three and seven years in prison.
• A woman lost her diamond wedding ring, valued at $10,000, at Old Starks Tavern, 43W478 Route 72, Hampshire, at about 11:54 p.m. Tuesday after she put it in her chest pocket with her cellphone, according to a sheriff's report. The woman believes the ring fell out without her noticing when she took out her phone, the report said.