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Kane County police reports

Published: Tuesday, Dec. 3, 2013 5:30 a.m. CDT

• A paver brick was reportedly thrown through a garage window in the 39W300 block of Woodgate Road, Campton Hills, between 6 p.m. Nov. 22 and 2 p.m. Nov. 23. Replacement costs were estimated at $200.

• A homeowner in the 1200 block of Woodland Avenue, Batavia Township, reported Nov. 26 that several items were missing from her house after a rent-to-own situation ended after the renter told her he wouldn’t be buying the home. The missing items were a $1,000 invisible fence control panel, a $450 electronic circuit board for outdoor lighting, an $800 washer and dryer, three storage shelving units valued at $125 and 12 drape rods valued at $200.

• A residential burglary was reported Nov. 27 in the 4N200 block of Pioneer Court, Campton Hills. Someone apparently forced the front door open between 8:15 a.m. and 6:30 p.m. that day, damaging the door and deadbolt. Nothing was reported missing. It was believed the offender was scared off by a door chime and voice recording.

• Comcast utility wires were reported damaged Nov. 30 in the 6N600 block of Foley Lane, St. Charles Township. Replacement costs were estimated at $800.

• A brick mailbox was reported damaged Dec. 1 in the 36W800 block of Red Gate Court, St. Charles Township. Damage was estimated at $800.

• Lloyd M. Da Mask Sr., 82, of the 7N700 block of Route 47, Maple Park, was charged Nov. 20 with domestic battery and interfering with the reporting of domestic violence.

• Two trash cans were reported stolen Nov. 26 from the 7N300 block of Whispering Trail, St. Charles Township.

• A glass window on the main floor of a house in the 4S300 block of Harter Road, Sugar Grove, was reportedly shot out Nov. 26 by a BB gun pellet. The window was valued at $279.

• A home in the 39W500 block of Longmeadow Lane, Campton Hills, received two phone calls Nov. 27 from someone claiming to be a police officer. The caller claimed there was an arrest warrant for the resident, who hung up. When the caller called back, the resident asked for the caller’s name, badge number and police department. The caller didn’t provide the information.

• A resident of the 38W300 block of Henricksen Road, St. Charles Township, reported Nov. 23 that a vehicle drove through his front yard, causing $400 in damage to his sod.

• A Maple Park resident reported Nov. 20 that someone had stolen $1,500 and a book of checks from him somewhere between his home and South Dakota, where he recently traveled.

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