Kindercare Break-In; DUI Arrest; Windows Smashed: Naperville Police Blotter

Naperville Police Department reports, Aug. 15

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Thursday, Aug. 15


Andrew Paul Beoletto, 22, of Oswego, was arrested at 1:36 a.m. in the 700 block of East Hillside Road, police said. He was charged with driving under the influence of alcohol. He posted bond. 


Laurie J. Linder, 52, of Naperville, was arrested at 12:01 a.m. in the 600 block of Leesburg Court, police said. She was charged with battery. She posted bond. 

Door damaged

A glass door was damaged in the 1500 block of Aurora Avenue, police said. 

Video games stolen

Nintendo DS video games were stolen in the 200 block of South Main Street, police said. 

Stop sign stolen

A stop sign and post were stolen near Swallow Street and Redstart Road, police said. 

iPhone stolen

An iPhone 5 was stolen in the 1900 block of Three Farms Avenue, police said. 

Break in, money stolen

$672 was stolen by prying open an office door and forcing a desk drawer open in the 800 block of Benedetti Drive, police said. 

Window smashed, wallet stolen

A window was smashed and a wallet was stolen in the 1500 block of North Mill Street, police said. 

Kindercare Break-In

An office door of a Kindercare, 1228 West Ogden Ave., was kicked in and a money box was pried opened but nothing was reported taken, police said. 

Food thrown at home

Food was thrown on a vehicle and home in the 1000 block of Saratoga Road, police said. 

Window smashed, purse taken

While at a daycare for a few minutes, a car window was broken and a purse was removed in the 1200 block of Iroquois Avenue, police said. 

Salt stolen

Someone saw a "dark-skinned" male, in his 20s, pull a red bandanna over his face and steal a 25 pound bag of Morton salt from a stack in front of Jewel in the 1200 block of South Naper Boulevard, police said. The man then got into a white, older model sedan and drove away with two other people in the vehicle who were also wearing red bandannas over their faces. 


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