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Police Reports

Geneva blotter police reports

• Two garages and two fences were reportedly tagged by spray paint Monday, April 14: two in the 600 block of Anderson Boulevard, and two in the 700 block of Richards Street. According to police reports, graffiti included pitchforks, stars, letters and other symbols.

• Stacy L. Cormany, 40, of the 500 block of Hidden Creek Lane, North Aurora, was charged Saturday, April 12, with driving under the influence and failure to signal when turning. In the same incident, Daniel J. Joyner, 36, of the 40W000 block of Hughes Road, Blackberry Township, was charged with resisting arrest and possession of drug paraphernalia. Joyner also received a local ordinance ticket for interference with an officer.

• Daniel E. Trout, 30, of the 1600 block of Washington Court, Geneva, was charged Wednesday, April 9, with disorderly conduct.

• Forty-eight items of clothing valued at $2,367 were reported stolen Wednesday, April 9, from Victoria’s Secret, 318 Commons Drive. Items taken included leggings and items with Chicago Cubs logos on them, such as jackets, caps, sweat pants and sequined zip-ups and a T-shirt.

• An Apple iPad valued at $500 was reported stolen Tuesday, April 8, from the front door of a house in the 2500 block of Walnut Avenue. According to reports, it had been delivered by UPS.

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