Algonquin Police: Drug Charge, Retail Thefts, Domestic Battery, Hit and Run

Algonquin police release reports from Feb. 8-11.

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.

Teen Faces Cannabis Charge

A 14-year-old Algonquin male was charged with possession of cannabis and possession of drug paraphernalia on Feb. 8, police said. He was taken into custody at Lifetime Fitness, 451 Rolls Drive.  He was referred to the Tri County Area Peer Jury and then released into the custody of his father.

Retail Theft at Meijer

Melissa E. Hoff, 18, of 1305 Northfield Court, #2B, Harvard, was charged with retail theft from 400 S. Randall Road on Feb. 9, reports stated. She was released after posting $150, with a court date of March 3 in McHenry County.

Algonquin Man- Domestic Battery

Andrew J.  Lintzeris, 53, of 1 Lake Drive Court, Algonquin, faces a domestic battery charge, police said. Lintzeris was arrested at his home on Feb. 10, reports stated.

Hit and Run 

Dikran Mahdasian, 79, of 547 Greenfield Road, Racine, Wis., was charged with hit and run and improper lane usage, according to police.  He was taken into custody at Route 176 and Route 31 on Feb. 10. He was released on a personal recognizance bond with a court date of March 20 in McHenry County.


Elizabeth M. Gambardella, 30, of 4101 Whitehall Lane, Algonquin, was charged with retail theft on Feb. 11, police said. Gambardella was taken into custody at 1410 S. Randall Road.  She was released after posting $150 with a court date of March 13 in McHenry County.


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