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Sugar Grove police reports

Published: Wednesday, June 19, 2013 5:30 a.m. CDT

• An employee of a Schaumburg-based home building company told police May 13 that all of the copper plumbing had been stripped and taken from a vacant home in the 600 block of Ridgeview Drive.

• A woman, 42, of the 200 block of Exeter Lane, Sugar Grove, told police May 27 that someone had smashed on the street a ceramic yard ornament that had been in her front yard.

• Robin R. O’Neill, 47, of the 43W600 block of Route 30, Sugar Grove, was charged May 29 with domestic battery.

• A man, 53, of the 600 block of Cherry Street, Sugar Grove, told police May 31 someone had taken three window air-conditioning units from his home.  

• A man, 69, who works at the Air Classics Museum of Aviation, on U.S. Route 30, Sugar Grove, told police someone had broken into the museum and stolen less than $100 in cash and various items, collectively valued at less than $500, from the museum. The incident is believed to have occurred between May 30 and June 1.

• A man, 18, of the 1900 block of Annette’s Circle, Sugar Grove, told police June 7 his vehicle had been burglarized. The man told police an MP3 player and two pairs of “cheap sunglasses” were taken from the vehicle.

• A woman, 26, of the 200 block of Brompton Lane, Sugar Grove, told police June 7 that her vehicle had been burglarized. She told police $495 in cash had been taken from her vehicle.

• A man, 45, employed at a manufacturing facility in the 1000 block of Airpark Drive, Sugar Grove, told police on June 7 that someone had taken a large amount of scrap metal from a bin at the rear of the building. The incident is believed to have occurred June 5.

• A woman, 51, of the 200 block of Somerset Drive, Sugar Grove, told police June 7 her vehicle had been burglarized. She reported a laptop computer and other items owned by both her and her employer had been taken from the vehicle.

• A woman, 17, of the 800 block of Edgewood Drive, Sugar Grove, told police June 7 her vehicle had been burglarized. She reported her car’s stereo and a store retail credit card had been taken from the vehicle.

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