SATURDAY, JUNE 30
Unlawful Use of ATM Card
A female resident in the 5500 block of south Madison Street reported that an unknown person used her ATM card information to make three unauthorized bank account withdrawals worth $1,011 between 5:08 p.m. June 27 and 11:28 a.m. June 28.
The victim never lost possession of her card; police believe the information was somehow attained and used by the offender.
THURSDAY, JUNE 28
Burglar Takes $2,100 Worth of Items
A resident from the 800 block of south Jackson Street reported that an unknown burglar took a $300 cell phone and $1,800 in cash from their home after gaining entry through an unlocked basement window some time between 8 p.m. June 24 and 7 p.m. June 27.
The stolen items were in the home’s kitchen at the time of the burglary. The case is currently pending.
Bad Check for Vehicle Repairs
Hinsdale Land Rover reported that a known customer used a bad $1,035.35 check to pay for vehicle repair and maintenance at 3:13 p.m. May 25.
The check was returned to the dealership, located at 300 E. Ogden Ave., for insufficient funds. The case is currently pending.
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 27
Juvenile Charged With Bike Theft
A 17-year-old male juvenile from Hinsdale was charged with theft after an unlocked bicycle was taken from the bike rack at the Hinsdale Community Pool, 500 W. Hinsdale Ave., on June 20.
Wodka said the victim was able to assist police in identifying the offender, who was released to a parent to appear in court after being charged. The bike was recovered and returned to the victim.
THURSDAY, JUNE 21
Two Charged With Possession of Stolen Goods
Adrian Arceo, 18, of the 6900 block of Brookbank Street in Darien, and Brian A. Krapf, 19, of the 300 block of 18 Roger Road in Darien, were charged with possession of stolen property after police found items that were taken from several cars on or around the 700 block of South Bodin Street between June 11 and June 12.
Among the stolen items was a set of Ping golf clubs and golf bag worth $1,130. Currency and sunglasses were among the other stolen items, police said.
Police do not have enough evidence to prove that Arceo and Krapf were the ones who took the items from the vehicles, so they were charged with the possession of stolen property rather than with burglary. The two were released to appear in court.
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