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Police Reports

Kane County Sheriff's reports for May 25-26

H. Rick Bamman - hbamman@shawmedia.com
Crystal Lake police crusier on Monday, March 30, 2015.
H. Rick Bamman - hbamman@shawmedia.com Crystal Lake police crusier on Monday, March 30, 2015.

These are the latest Kane County Sheriff's reports:

• Pamela A. Warrington, 57, of the 2900 block of Pleasant Plains Drive, St. Charles, was charged May 25 with criminal trespass to property after being given notice not to enter and theft of a $12 horse lead.

• A woman whose purse was stolen May 26 from her car parked at West Main Community Park, 40W101 W. Main St. Road, Batavia Township, had the purse and most of its contents recovered. According to sheriff’s reports, her car window was broken and her purse was taking while she was at the dog park. Her purse was found at 39W685 Fabyan Parkway. She told deputies that before she could cancel all her cards, a successful purchase of $547 had been made at a Walmart in the area, but an attempt to purchase $1,176 of liquor at Binney’s was unsuccessful. What was not recovered from her purse was $100 in cash and a deck of bird-themed playing cards, reports stated.

• Mikaela A.A. Cowell, 22, of the 100block of Garden Drive, Montgomery, was charged May 26 with unlawful possession of marijuana by a driver not in an appropriate container and speeding 70 miles an hour in a 55 mph zone. Deputies explained the proper way marijuana can be carried in a vehicle under the new laws. When her father, James E. Cowell, 62, of the same address, came to give her a ride home, deputies ran his plates and found that his license was suspended and he was wanted on a DuPage County warrant for traffic offenses, the report stated. James Cowell was given a verbal warning for driving on a suspended license. Someone with a valid license came to pick both of them up, reports stated.

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