Thursday, Dec. 27
Ryan David Conroy, 19, of Oswego, was charged with retail theft by Naperville police. He was arrested at the police station on a warrant.
Naperville police served a warrant on 20-year-old Steven Michael Marcinkowsi, of the 2600 block of Willow Ridge Drive, on Dec. 27. The warrant was served at an address near the intersection of Route 59 and 95th Street, according to reports.
Police charged Julie Ann Puls, 42, of the 3500 block of Stackinghay Drive, with two counts of DUI and improper lane usage shortly after midnight. Puls was pulled near the intersection of Tall Grass Drive and Blue Jay Lane, according to police reports.
Richard Todd Newell, 46, of the 800 block of Loomis Street, was arrested at his home. Todd was released into the custody of another agency, police said.
Criminal Trespass/ Theft
19-year-old Nico R. De Conning of the 35000 block of Eliot Lane, was charged with criminal trespass, theft and underage consumption of alcohol. He was picked up in the 4000 block of Plainfield Naperville Road, a short distance from where the theft allegedly occurred, police said.
Multiple boxes of cleaning supplies were reported pried open at an address in the 1600 block of Wall Street, according to police reports.
A resident reported stolen property from an address in the 700 block of Royal St. George Drive early Thursday morning. The theft of the unspecified property occurred sometime between 5 p.m. Dec. 26 and 2 a.m. Dec. 27, according to reports.
Wednesday, Dec. 26
Police charged 50-year-old Kenneth Thomas Marshall of Aurora with retail theft at 1:20 p.m. He was arrested at an address in the 700 block of Fort Hill Drive, police said. According to the report Marshall was arrested after attempting to leave the store without paying for several unspecified tools on his person.
Tuesday, Dec. 25
Hit and Run Reported
A resident reported a hit and run at his residence in the 2300 block of Remington Drive, according to police reports.
Naperville police arrested 56-year-old James Theodore Vigil at the police station on Christmas day. Vigil, of Farmland, was released into the custody of another agency, police said.