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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.

DeKalb County Sheriff's Office:

A Cortland man was arrested for Domestic Battery following an incident in Cortland on Saturday.

According to the DeKalb County Sheriff's Office, deputies responded to the 300 blk. of S. Somonauk Rd. at around 8:32 a.m. to investigate a report of a battery between a mother and son.

Upon investigation, deputies arrested 47-year-old Jeffrey Weakland of S. Somonauk Rd. for two counts of Domestic Battery.

Weakland was transported to the DeKalb County Jail for booking.

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Kendall County Sheriff's Office:

A Joliet woman was arrested for Criminal Trespass to Real Property and Criminal Damage to Property following an incident in Minooka on Saturday.

According to the Kendall County Sheriff's Office, deputies responded to the 700 blk. of Rt. 52 at around 7:14 a.m. to investigate.

Upon arrival, deputies arrested 40-year-old Brandy South of White Ave. for Criminal Trespass to Residence and Criminal Damage to Property.

No injuries were reported.

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Officials with the Kendall County Sheriff's Office are currently investigating a criminal damage to property incident that occurred on Saturday.

According to a report, deputies responded to the 100 blk. of Heathgate Rd. at around 7:44 p.m. to investigate.

No further details were provided.

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Oswego Police Department:

Officials with the Oswego Police Department are currently investigating a hit and run that occurred on Sunday.

According to a report, officers responded to the 1800 blk. of Rt. 30 to investigate.

Officers found that an unknown vehicle struck a vehicle being driven by a 26-year-old Aurora woman.

No injuries were reported.

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Officials with the Oswego Police Department are currently investigating a check scam incident that occurred on Aug. 28.

According to a report, officers responded to the 200 blk. of Monroe St. on Sunday to investigate.

Upon investigation, a victim reported being scammed out of $450 via a check scam.

An investigation is on-going.

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Officials with the Oswego Police Department are currently investigating a hit and run incident that occurred on Saturday.

According to a report, officers responded to the area of Douglas Rd. and Saugatuck Rd. at around 8:53 p.m. to investigate.

Upon arrival, officers found that an unknown vehicle struck a vehicle being driven by an Aurora man.

No injuries were reported.

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A Montgomery man was arrested for Battery following an incident in Oswego on Saturday.

According to the Oswego Police Department, officers responded to the 100 blk. of Station Dr. at around 7:28 p.m. to investigate.

Upon arrival, officers arrested 53-year-old Michael Fata of Fox Mead Ct. for Battery.

Fata was released on a recognizance bond with an Oct. 21 court date.

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An Aurora man was arrested for DUI following an incident in Oswego on Saturday.

According to the Oswego Police Department, the incident occurred in the area of Rt. 34 and Boulder Hill Pass at around 2:35 a.m.

Upon investigation, officers arrested 37-year-old Julio Cesar Diaz Pena of Tollview Ave. for DUI; he was additionally cited for Open Container of Alcohol.

Pena was released with an upcoming court date.

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Officials with the Oswego Police Department are currently investigating a battery and theft incident that occurred on Saturday.

According to a report, officers responded to Hudson Crossing Park at around 5:39 p.m. to investigate.

No further details were provided.

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Sandwich Police Department:

A Yorkville man was arrested for allegedly Driving Under the Influence in Sandwich on Sunday.

Sandwich Police arrested 34 year-old Matthew Nettleton of Bertram Dr. near the corner of Old Route 34 and E. Church St. around 4:31 a.m.

Nettletn was taken into custody for DUI-Alcohol and posted bond with police to be released with an upcoming court date.

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Yorkville Police Department:

A 29 year-old Yorkville man was taken to the hospital after he fell from a bicycle after falling off of a new construction driveway on Saturday along Route 34.

Yorkville Police were called to the area of Route 34 and Sycamore Rd. around 12:54 a.m. where police found that 29 year-old Ignacio Rosas of Blackberry Shore Ln. was headed south on Route 34 from the south side to the north side, about 1000 feet west of Sycamore Rd.

Police say Rosas may not have seen the drop off on either side of the new driveway, due to it being dark on the roadway.

The front wheel of the bike fell off of the concrete driveway, causing Rosas to fall. He was taken to Rush Copley Hospital.

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A 55 year-old Yorkville woman was allegedly scammed to purchase a pre-paid debit card and provide the card numbers in a Deceptive Practices incident.

Yorkville Police say the woman was victim to an unknown suspect purporting to be from a utility company.

The card numbers were provided to fulfill a fraudulent utility bill. Police have not made any arrests at this point.

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Officials with the Yorkville Police Department are currently investigating a hit and run incident that occurred on Saturday.

According to a report, officers responded to the area of Rt. 47 and Cannonball Trl. at around 4:42 p.m. to investigate.

Upon arrival, officers found that an unknown vehicle struck a vehicle being driven by an 18-year-old Somonauk woman while she was traveling southbound on Rt. 47.

The unknown vehicle left the scene without leaving information or contacting the police.

An investigation is on-going.

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Four juveniles were charged with Criminal Trespass to a Residence and Possession of Alcohol by a Minor following an incident in Yorkville on Sunday.

According to the Yorkville Police Department, officers responded to a home under construction in the 800 blk. of Alexandria Ln. at around 7:01 p.m. to investigate a report of several juveniles trespassing.

Upon arrival, officers located four juveniles in the basement of the home. Officials say the juveniles were allegedly in possession of alcohol.

The juveniles were transported to the Yorkville Police Department, and were later released to their parents with pending charges.

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