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Car Burglary, Trespassing: Elmhurst Police

ELMHURST, IL – In recent days, Elmhurst police handled cases involving a car burglary, trespassing, reckless driving, a DUI, a crypto scam and an order of protection, among other incidents. Here is information from the latest Elmhurst police reports:

Car burglary

  • A resident in the 500 block of West Babcock told police Friday that someone broke into his Land Rover and stole a bag and other items. The crime happened in the previous week.

trespassing

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  • Brenda Dudley, 63, of Bellwood, was cited about 5 pm Friday at Old Havana Cigar Shop, 189 E. Butterfield Road, on a charge of criminal trespassing. She showed up at the store, even though she previously received a no-trespass notice there. She was released on bond.

Reckless driving

  • Allen White, 65, of Chicago, was cited about 10 am Saturday at Interstate 290 and Lake Street on charges of reckless driving, driving with a revoked license, improper use of registration, fleeing and eluding, and driving an uninsured vehicle. According to a police report, he was driving a car that was wanted by the Naperville Police Department, among other agencies. He sped away from an officer, but was later found after a traffic crash. He was released to Naperville police.

DUI

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  • Emilio Sosa, 57, of Melrose Park, was arrested about 2 am Sunday at York and North on charges of DUI, obstructing justice and improper lane usage. He was released on bond.

Crypto scam

  • A resident in the 300 block of North Highview Avenue told police Thursday that he received an email from a cryptocurrency website requesting that he verify account information. The resident entered his password and later discovered someone removed cryptocurrency from his account. An officer advised the resident to follow up with credit bureaus.

Truck returned

  • Super EGP Trucking, 155 Industrial Drive, told police Thursday that a company truck that was recently reported stolen was returned to the business. The company did not know who dropped off the truck and only wanted to notify officers about its return.

Protection order

  • A person came into the police station Friday to have an emergency order of protection served to a worker at Al Piemonte Buick, 364 W. Grand Ave. An officer served the order and told the worker about his hearing date.

Driving violations

  • Carlos Cortes-Canedo, 22, of Stone Park, was cited about 8:30 pm Thursday at North and Ferndale on charges of driving with a suspended license, driving an uninsured vehicle and wearing no seatbelt. He was released on bond.
  • Destiny Hawkins, 20, of Streamwood, was cited about 2:30 pm Friday at Lake and Grand on charges of leaving the scene of an accident, driving an uninsured vehicle, improper lane usage and failing to reduce speed to avoid an accident. She was released on bond.
  • Edgar Martin Trujillo Villa, 43, of Chicago, was cited about 5 am Saturday at York and Lake on charges of no valid driver’s license, possession of open alcohol and speeding. He was released on bond.
  • Michael Bolla, 44, of West Chicago, was arrested about 9:30 am Saturday at St. Charles and Route 83 on warrants and charges of obstructing identification, driving with a suspended license, driving with a suspended registration and driving an uninsured vehicle. He was released on bond.
  • Michael Guzman, 21, of Addison, was cited about 3:30 am Sunday at Route 83 and North Avenue on charges of driving with a revoked license, improper lighting and driving an uninsured vehicle. He was released on bond

Police report information is provided by local police departments. Charges are not evidence of guilt. They are a record of police actions on a given day, and people charged with a crime are presumed innocent until proven guilty in court.

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