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Crime & Courts

Sugar Grove police reports

• A man, 23, of the 800 block of Black Walnut Drive, Sugar Grove, told police that someone had slashed the tires on vehicles parked in his driveway Sept. 28.

• A woman, 35, of Sugar Grove, who works at a retail store in the 100 block of South Route 47, Sugar Grove, told police Oct. 3 that two teen girls had been seen shoplifting candy bars from the store Oct. 2. The girls were described as white with light-colored hair, approximately 15 to 17 years old.

• A man, 60, of the 900 block of Lakeridge Court, Sugar Grove, told police Oct. 6 that someone had thrown a pumpkin at his mailbox, damaging it.

• A man, 36, of the 400 block of East Merrill Road, Sugar Grove, told police Oct. 6 that someone had damaged his mailbox by throwing a pumpkin at it. 

• A man, 45, of the 800 block of Edgewood Drive, Sugar Grove, told police Oct. 7 that someone had written two forged checks, totaling almost $4,000, from his account. The checks were dated Sept. 28 and Oct. 1. He said the check numbers and signatures made it apparent that the checks were “obvious forgeries.”

• A man, 54, of the 900 block of Pinecrest Drive, Sugar Grove, told police Oct. 8 that someone had used his credit information to purchase a laptop computer with his authorization Oct. 3. Police said the store at which the laptop was purchased confirmed that someone had come to the store to pickup the device, and had presented identification listing the man’s address, but not his name.

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