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Batavia police reports

Published: Saturday, June 29, 2013 5:30 a.m. CDT

• Michael A. Lucia, 19, of the 1000 block of Averill Drive, Batavia, was charged Wednesday, June 26, with the manufacture/delivery of marijuana and possession of marijuana.

• A wallet was left in a shopping cart Thursday, June 27, at Sam’s Club, 501 N. Randall Road. The wallet and items inside it were worth $75.

• Two cellphones valued at more than $500 were reported taken Thursday, June 27, from the 500 block of Blackhawk Drive.

• An unlocked bicycle was reported taken Thursday, June 27, from Quarry Beach, 400 S. Water St.

• A subdivision sign in the 0-100 block of Woodland Hills Road was reportedly spray painted Wednesday, June 26, causing $50 in damage.

• Someone on Wednesday, June 26, sprayed graffiti on the back of a road sign at Island Avenue and Houston Street.

• Ray A. Ishaq, 47, of the 2700 block of Andrews Drive, was charged Tuesday, June 25, with four counts of domestic battery.

• Serhonda P. Burnett, 35, of the 400 block of 75th Street, Downers Grove, was charged Tuesday, June 25, with driving under the influence, obstructing justice, obstructing identification, speeding, unlawful use of a license and driving with a revoked license.

• Amanda M. Ponziani, 29, of the 2600 block of Avalon Lane, Montgomery, was charged Monday, June 24, with retail theft from Kohl’s, 251 N. Randall Road.

• A bicycle valued at $474 was reported taken Monday, June 24, from a garage that was open in the 400 block of South Jackson Street. Along with the bicycle, $200 in accessories were taken.

• Two windows valued at $299 were reported broken Monday, June 24, on a building in the 100 block of Pitz Lane. The incident occurred between Friday, June 21, and Sunday, June 23.

• An American flag and pole valued at $30 were reported taken Sunday, June 23, from the 200 block of North Water Street.

• Three windows valued at $400 were reported shattered Sunday, June 23, on the caboose at Depot Museum, 155 Houston St.

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