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Note to Readers: Information presented here is obtained from the city police and sheriff's departments. Individuals listed in reports who have been charged with a crime have not been proven guilty in court.

Yorkville Police Department:

A 59-year-old Plano woman was injured after her car hit the wall of a building the 1300 block of North Bridge Street in Yorkville on Tuesday. Yorkville police say Kathleen Schiradelly was trying to park when she hit the gas instead of the breaks. Schiradelly was taken to Rush-Copley for treatment. No tickets were written.

Yorkville Police ticketed a St. Charles woman on Tuesday following a two-vehicle crash at Route 34 and East Countryside Parkway. 23-year-old Meaghan Murphy was heading east on 34 when she is said to have checked her phone before rear-ending another vehicle. Murphy and the other driver refused medical treatment. The vehicle that was hit had to be towed . Murphy is charged with improper use of a cell phone and failure to reduce speed to avoid a crash.

Yorkville police arrested 33-year-old John Stamps of Chicago on Monday from the 1300 block of Marketplace Drive. Stamps is accused of punching someone in the face during an argument. He charged with domestic battery.

Oswego Police Department:

An Aurora woman was injured in a two-vehicle crash on Route 30 near Wolf's Crossing on Tuesday. 39-year-old Maria E. Lazcano was heading north and Route 30 when she stopped in traffic. The vehicle behind her, driven by 39-year-old Daniel Reyes of Morris, didn't stop in time and rear-ended Lazcano's vehicle.

Lazcano was taken to an area hospital.

Oswego police are looking into a theft that Ulta Beauty store on Route 34 on Tuesday. Police say over $3,900 in merchandise was stolen. A man and woman in their twenties are considered suspects, but no arrests have been made as of yet.

Montgomery Police Department:

24-year-old Armando Rodriguez picked up by Montgomery police from the 100 block of Hartway on Tuesday. Rodriguez was named in a Kendall County warrant for possession and delivery of narcotics. Rodriguez posted bond and was released from the Kendall County Jail.

Mendota Police Department:

Mendota police arrested 21-year-old Caleb L. Wilson, of Mendoda, on Monday. He's charged with unlawful delivery of cocaine. The arrest is part of an investigation by the Tri-County Drug Enforcement Narcotics Team, based in LaSalle County.

Wilson is alleged to sold cocaine to a TRI-DENT agent. He's being held on $1,000,000 bond at the LaSalle County Jail.