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Sugar Grove police reports

• A man, 61, of the 700 block of Carriage Hill Lane, Sugar Grove, told police someone had removed the spare tire from the rear of his GMC SUV, also damaging the vehicle’s hood at the same time. He estimated total damage at $500. It is not known when the damage occurred, but it was reported April 1.

• Ryan Vega, 20, of the 1200 block of Amaranth Drive, Naperville, was arrested April 2 on a DuPage County warrant for driving without a valid license. He was also given new charges of driving while license suspended and operating a vehicle without a valid registration.

• Brandie Studdard, 39, of the 3N200 block of Pine Hill Road, St. Charles, was arrested April 2 on an Aurora Police warrant for larceny.

• A man, 48, of the 0-100 block of South Main Street, Sugar Grove, told police on April 6 someone had kicked in the door of his residence, taking several pieces of jewelry and $100 in cash from a jewelry box and a safe, using a key he kept hidden in his home. The incident is believed to have occurred on April 6.

• A manager at a supermarket in the 400 block of North Route 47, Sugar Grove, told police on April 6 that four people, described as three male blacks, believed to be ages 50-60, and a young female Hispanic, took six bottles of alcohol, valued at $167, and left the store without paying for them. The incident was captured on surveillance video, police said.

• A man, 62, of the 1300 block of Hall Street, Sugar Grove, told police on April 10 that his federal income tax return had been rejected by the IRS because someone had already filed a fraudulent return using his Social Security number. 

• Mark Musaraca Jr., 27, of the 700 block of Pembridge Place, Sugar Grove, was charged April 11 with driving under the influence, leaving the scene of an accident  and improper lane use. 

• An employee at a hair salon in the 400 block of North Route 47, Sugar Grove, told police on April 19 that two men fled the store without paying for haircuts, valued at $45, that they had received. Police said the incident was captured on surveillance video.

• Robert S. Garlick, 49, of the 1300 block of McDole Drive, Sugar Grove, was charged April 22 with domestic battery and interfering with a report of domestic violence.

• A woman, 57, of the 700 block of Black Walnut Court, Sugar Grove, told police on April 24 that the IRS rejected her federal income tax return because someone had already filed a fraudulent return using her and her husband’s Social Security numbers.

• Police responded April 27 to a supermarket in the 0-100 block of Park Avenue, Sugar Grove, to a report of a theft that had occurred moments earlier. Police said a woman, 58, told police she was shopping at a different nearby supermarket in the 400 block of North Route 47 when a man ran past her and took her purse from her shopping cart. The man was described as white, about 5 feet, 9 inches tall, weighing about 150 pounds, age 20-30, with brown hair. Police said the woman yelled and people from the store pursued the man. He then fled in a vehicle, parked the vehicle at the supermarket on Park Avenue, and entered the store. Surveillance video showed the man exited the store through a door near the loading docks. A later search turned up the purse and all its contents. Police said the incident remains under investigation.

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