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.
Kendall County Sheriff's Office:
Kendall County deputies arrested 32-year-old Jmari Young, of DeKalb, from the area of Galena and Granart roads Sunday. Young is charged with driving under the influence.
LaSalle County Sheriff's Office:
LaSalle County Deputies are investigating a three-vehicle crash at the intersection of Route 52 and Hoxsey Road in Serena that happened Friday afternoon. Police say a vehicle driven by 47-year-old Thomas Annerino was heading south at the stop sign at Hoxsey Road and Route 52 when he pulled in front of vehicle driven by 63-year-old Phyllis J. Wolf, of Serena who was heading east on Route 52. Annerino's vehicle spun out of control and hit a third vehicle driven by 59-year-old Gerald E. Clancy, of Newark who was at the northbound stop sign. Clancy and Annerino refused treatment. Wolf was taken to St. Elizabeth Hospital in Ottawa for minor injuries.
LaSalle County deputies on Sunday ticketed 23-year-old Kellie Deane, of Yorvkille, for leaving an accident scene, failure to report an accident, and driving uninsured. Police say Deane was heading northeast on Route 71, southwest of Norway, when she swerved to avoid a deer and went off the roadway. Police say Deane then left the area.
Oswego Police Department:
Oswego police arrested 28-year-old Dominique Mosby, of Aurora, from the 300 block of Douglas Road Saturday. Mosby is charged with disorderly conduct. She was released on her own recognizance.
Oswego police on Saturday arrested 33-year-old Heather L. Ruchim, of Wheeling, in the area of Route 34 and Kendall Point. Ruchim is charged with DUI, obstructing a police officer, and unlawful possession of cannabis in a motor vehicle. Ruchim posted bond to be released with a notice to be in court.
Oswego police say that two people were taken to the hospital after a two-vehicle crash at Douglas and Old Post roads Sunday. Police say a vehicle driven by 79-year-old Bonnie Drew, of Montgomery, hit a vehicle driven by 64-year-old Gina Grafton, of Aurora, which cause Grafton's vehicle to roll on its side. Both drivers were taken to Rush Copley Hospital in Aurora.