Information in Police Reports is obtained from local police departments. Individuals in Police Reports who have been charged with a crime have not been proved guilty in court.
• A resident of the 4N000 block of Town Hall Road, Campton Township, reported on Jan. 4 that he was scammed out of $3,600. The resident said he was told there were unauthorized charges on his PayPal account and he had to reimburse the funds with $3,500 in gift cards from Meijer, Walgreens Lowes and Jewel-Osco and $100 in Xbox gift cards. After he read the caller all the gift card account numbers over the phone, he realized it was a scam and called police to document it.
• Trevor F. Cozzoni, 22, of the 800 block of Magnolia Drive, North Aurora, was charged Jan. 3 with speeding 35 or more miles over the speed limit. At 6 a.m., deputies clocked a white Volkswagen Passat at 85 miles an hour in a 45-mph zone on Randall Road at Clesen Drive, St. Charles Township, the report stated.
• A resident of the 6N900 block of Wabash Avenue, St. Charles Township reported Jan. 3 that when he was taken to a local hospital by ambulance, he had $1,400 in his pocket and when he was discharged, the money was missing.
• David S. Alcantar, 53, of the the 17000 block of Columbine Drive, Surprise, Ariz., was charged Dec. 30 with speeding 35 miles an hour or more over the limit and disobeying a red light. Radar showed that Alcantar’s 2020 gray Toyota Tacoma was traveling at 85 miles an hour on Randall Road approaching Clesen Drive at 11:33 p.m., disobeyed a red light at Dean Street and Randall Road, and turned west where the deputy stopped him, according to the report.
• County Stop 47 Gas Station, 9S595 Route 47, Sugar Grove, reported Dec. 29 that a motorist forgot to take the gas handle out of the fuel tank and drove away, damaging the assembly and meter. The incident occurred on Dec. 1 involving a black 2017 Infiniti QX50. The driver provided the gas station with his contact information and said he would pay for the damages, which cost $780.91 to repair, the report stated. The driver did not respond to requests for payment, including text messages, the report stated. The deputy called the driver, who said he would mail a check; the gas station owner said if the check didn’t arrive, he would contact his attorney.