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Algonquin Police: Retail Theft from Walmart, Battery, Leaving Scene of Accident

Algonquin police release reports from Feb. 1-4.

 

Note: The following information was obtained from Algonquin Police Department arrest reports. An arrest is only an accusation and does not constitute guilt. An individual can only be found guilty in a court of law.

The following reports were released Monday.

Retail Theft

Javier Colon, 32, of 101 Grandview Court, Carpentersville, was charged with retail theft on Feb. 1, police said. He was taken into custody at Walmart, 1410 S. Randall Road and later released on a notice to appear in court.

Justin Anderson, 19, of 101 Sherbon Lane, Crystal Lake, was charged with retail theft on Feb. 2, police said. He was taken into custody at 1410 S. Randall Road. Anderson was released on a notice to appear.

Kathryn Kielbasa, 19, of 9409 Turnberry Trail, Lakewood, was charged with retail theft at 734 S. Randall Road, on Feb. 3, according to reports. She was released on a notice to appear.

Battery

James Oreskovich, 53, of 2903 Plantation Drive, Carpentersville, was charged with battery following an incident at a Randall Road restaurant on Feb. 2, police said. Oreskovich was released on a notice to appear.

Leaving Scene of Accident

Raja Abbasi, 51, of 248 Ord Court, Bartlett, was charged with leaving the scene, failure to reduce speed and failure to report an accident on Feb. 4, police said. He was taken into custody at Algonquin Road and Hilltop Drive.  He was released after posting $150 and given a court date.

Warrant Arrests

Gerad L. Ales, 31, of 1407 Silverstone Drive, Carpentersville, was arrested on Feb. 3 on a Livingston County warrant for failure to appear on a deceptive practice charge, reports stated. He was taken into custody at Route 62 and Lake Cook Road. He was released after posting $200, with a court date in Livingston County.

Paul M. Hellyer, 35, of 7 South Main St., Algonquin, was arrested on a McHenry County warrant for unlawful delivery of a controlled substance on Feb. 2, Algonquin police said.  He was taken into custody at 7 South Main Street.  He was transported to McHenry County Jail.

 

 

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