Police were called to the Red Roof Inn, 1113 Butterfield, June 15 in response to someone being punched after to another tenant. The 17-year-old owner of the pet rat said he walked past a couple of girls about his age and one of them asked him to sell the rodent to her.
According to police, when he said no, the girl's boyfriend started asking him in an aggressive manner. The two started yelling at each other and the boyfriend went inside and came back out with a hunting knife, police said. The rat owner was punched, causing him to drop the rat, which ran away, according to the report. Because the conflicting stories of everyone involved and the teen's unwillingness to press charges, no charges were filed.
Soundtrack for this police report: “Ben” by Michael Jackson.
Evan J. Fendley, 20, 201 Geneva, Elmhurst, with failure to report a crash, failure to give information and injury to city property. Police said they found a license plate to Fendley’s silver Nissan Altima at the scene where a light pole at 400 S. Poplar was hit at 12:45 a.m. June 16. He was released on I-bond.
Geneva police arrested a 36-year-old Aurora woman and with reckless driving June 12 after police said she drove "at a high rate of speed" on the wrong side of Peck road, cut back into westbound traffic, wove between cars, then hit a curb and flipped her Dodge Durango onto its roof—all in a "no passing zone."
A 21-year-old Hinsdale woman by police investigating an incident in which a man was struck.
Bridget Anne Kelly, 5502 S. Madison, was charged with domestic battery, aggravated battery of a police officer and resisting/obstructing an officer June 14.
Hinsdale police were called at about 3:23 p.m. to the 5500 block of south Madison and said they found Kelly in the parking lot. She shut the door of a squad car on a police officer’s leg, preventing him from leaving the vehicle, police said.
After assessing the situation, police said they determined she had struck a man. While she was being taken into custody, she physically resisted the arrest, police added.
Neither the victim, police officern or Kelly needed medical attention, police said.
Kelly was brought to DuPage County Jail for a bond hearing.
At about 12:55 a.m. June 4 a resident over $500 on the 6600 Block of County Line Road. Someone stole $2,500 worth of copper pipe from a house under construction.
A 57-year-old man who a night game at Sedgwick Park, at 10th Avenue and 49th Street, June 17, was hit in the head by a baseball. He was taken by ambulance to Adventist La Grange Memorial Hospital for treatment.
The DuPage County Sheriff's office two Glen Ellyn men after multiple vehicle windows and one residential window were damaged by a pellet gun.
Patrick Kolp, 18, of the 22w500 block of Balsam Dr., and Matthew Kataura, 17, of the 3S100 block of Mulberry Lane, both face four felony counts of criminal damage to property and one misdemeanor count of criminal damage to property.
The sheriff’s office received multiple reports of criminal damage to property that occurred in Glen Ellyn, Wheaton and Lombard involving a pellet gun used to shoot out approximately 30 vehicle windows and one residential window. A total of 14 of those incidents occurred in the area of Butterfield Road and Route 53.