HINSDALE, IL — In the previous few days, Hinsdale police have dealt with instances involving stolen valuables, injury, medicine and DUIs. Right here is info from the newest Hinsdale police experiences:
- A resident reported that $11,000 in money went lacking from a file cupboard between Feb. 7 and March 20 within the 800 block of South Madison Road. Contractors had been in the home throughout this time.
- A watch valued at $20,000 was stolen from a bed room closet between Jan. 15 and March 13 at a home within the 100 block of East Fifth Road. Contractors had been in the home throughout this time. The theft was reported March 16.
- The garden and turf at Brook Park, 776 E. Third St., had been broken between Dec. 14 and March 16. Damaged glass was discovered within the turf.
- Somebody spray-painted graffiti on the road, sidewalk, guardrail and timber between 9:30 a.m. and 10:45 a.m. Saturday at 57th and Madison streets.
- Teaira Brehana Cole, 19, of Plainfield, was cited about 1:30 a.m. Thursday at 57th Road and County Line Highway on fees of resisting or obstructing a police officer and rushing. She was launched and given a date to look in court docket.
- Evelyn Herrera, 20, of Northlake, was arrested about 10:30 p.m. March 12 at Route 83 and Chicago Avenue on a felony cost of possession of no less than a fifth of a pound of marijuana. She was stopped for rushing. She was taken to the DuPage County Jail.
- Rufus Dwayne Brown, 59, of Lisle, was arrested shortly earlier than midnight Friday at Ogden Avenue and Route 83 on fees of DUI (medicine) and improper lane use. He was launched and given a date to look in court docket.
- Maribel Lozano, 40, of Oak Garden, was arrested about 2 a.m. Sunday within the 10 block of East fifty fifth Road on fees of DUI and improper lane use. She refused testing to find out her blood-alcohol content material. She was launched and given a date to look in court docket.
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