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  • Blotter: Credit card fraud, tossed bra and more

    Blotter: Credit card fraud, tossed bra and more
    The following information was taken from Elmhurst police reports: A 28-year-old Elmhurst man was charged May 19 with speeding and driving with a suspended driver's license during a traffic stop at Lake Street and Illinois Highway 83. A 30-year-old...
  • Blotter: Smoke bomb, defaced toilet, and more in Elmhurst

    Blotter: Smoke bomb, defaced toilet, and more in Elmhurst
    The following information was taken from Elmhurst police reports: Graffiti was spray painted on a sign, portable toilet and tennis courts at Conrad Fischer Park June 5. No estimate of the value of the damage was provided. Someone lit smoke bomb and...
  • Blotter: Heroin found at gas station in Elmhurst

    Blotter: Heroin found at gas station in Elmhurst
    The following information was taken from Elmhurst police reports: A 20-year-old Bensenville man was charged June 15 with consumption of alcohol by a minor and public intoxication. He was observed lying by the street in the 100 block of East Grand Avenue...
  • Blotter: Woman fakes burglary, armed man spotted, and more in Elmhurst

    Blotter: Woman fakes burglary, armed man spotted, and more in Elmhurst
    The following information was taken from Elmhurst police reports: A 41-year-old Elmhurst man was charged July 14 with domestic battery, drunken driving and having no insurance. A 42-year-old Barrington man was charged July 14 with drunken driving/...
  • Blotter: Car strikes house in Elmhurst

    Blotter: Car strikes house in Elmhurst
    The following information was taken from Elmhurst police reports: A 31-year-old West Chicago woman was charged driving under the influence after she struck a house in the 100 block of East North Avenue Aug. 14. She also was charged with possession of...
  • Wilder Park benches tagged with vulgar pictures in Elmhurst

    Wilder Park benches tagged with vulgar pictures in Elmhurst
    The following information was taken from Elmhurst police reports: A 57-year-old man from San Bernardino, Calif., was charged with damage to city property Aug. 7 after he struck a tree and a planter in the 200 block of North Addison Street. A 38-year-...
  • Nybo tapped to replace Dillard in Senate

    Nybo tapped to replace Dillard in Senate
    DuPage County Republican officials appointed Chris Nybo of Elmhurst to assume Kirk Dillard's Senate seat. Nybo, 37 and a former state representative, was named Dillard's replacement late Monday afternoon and will be sworn into office Wednesday,...
  • Man throws beer at police in Elmhurst

    Man throws beer at police in Elmhurst
    The following information was taken from Elmhurst police reports: A 27-year-old Elmhurst man was charged Aug. 2 with assault/dangerous missiles and open alcohol in public in the 100 block of South York Street. He threw an open beer can at officers....
  • Some got a second helping

    As University of Illinois became increasingly competitive and costly, some well-connected applicants had a double advantage: Clout not only got them on campus, it also got them free tuition. University e-mails and a state report show that some students...
  • GOP governor, Senate hopefuls travel the state to rally voters

    GOP governor, Senate hopefuls travel the state to rally voters
    Illinois Republican governor and U.S. Senate candidates are traveling the state rallying potential voters ahead of Tuesday’s primary election. Republican Bill Brady urged his supporters on St. Patrick's Day to turn out in force and repeat his 2010...
  • Decision day for Illinois primary election voters

    Decision day for Illinois primary election voters
    Illinois primary election day dawned Tuesday with voters getting to shape the Republican and Democratic fall tickets for contests ranging from governor and U.S. Senate down to the state legislature and county board. Polls opened across the state at 6 a....