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Naperville, IL Daily Crime Records
- Chicago woman charged with DUI in I crash that killed babyBy Susan SarkauskasOct 12, PM - A Chicago woman has been charged with aggravated driving under the influence causing death after a June crash that authorities say killed a 5-month-old boy.
- Trial begins for Bensenville teen accused of killing friend accidentallyBy Susan SarkauskasOct 6, PM - A Bensenville teen went on trial Wednesday in the shooting death of a friend when they were handling a friend's father's guns.
- Reward offered in connection with Subway restaurant robberyBy Kevin SchmitOct 5, PM - Naperville Crime Stoppers is offering up to a $1, reward for information leading to the arrest of a suspect in last week's armed robbery of a Subway restaurant.
- Operator of kennel where 29 dogs died in fire found guilty of neglect, crueltyBy Susan SarkauskasOct 1, PM - The operator of a West Chicago-area kennel where 29 dogs died during a fire has been convicted of animal cruelty and failing to take proper care of the dogs.
- Armed robbers steal cash from Subway restaurant in NapervilleBy Kevin SchmitOct 1, PM - The Naperville Police Department is investigating an armed robbery Thursday night at a Subway restaurant on Aurora Avene.
- Two Naperville mail carriers charged in credit-card theft, money-laundering schemeBy Susan SarkauskasSep 29, PM - Two Naperville mail carriers stole debit and credit cards from mail in a seven-person fraud, money-laundering scheme, authorities say.
- Car theft ring used stolen, fake identities to buy luxury cars in Cook, DuPage countiesBy Susan SarkauskasSep 28, PM - Six people have been charged with operating a car theft ring that used stolen or false identities to buy automobiles from dealerships, including several in DuPage and Cook counties.
- $1 million bail set for Chicago man after high-speed chase in DuPage CountyBy Madison SavedraSep 28, PM - Bail was set at $1 million for a Chicago man who authorities say led police officers on a high-speed chase in a stolen vehicle Monday afternoon.
- 'Most chaotic initial scene': Responders testify about kennel fire that killed 29 dogs inBy Susan SarkauskasSep 27, PM - "It was certainly the most chaotic initial scene I have ever seen," one firefighter said about what he saw after responding to a West Chicago-area kennel fire where 29 dogs died in The bench trial for the man who was operating the kennel began Monday afternoon in Wheaton.
- Naperville man dies from gunshot wound in EvanstonBy Scott C. MorganSep 27, PM - A year-old Naperville man was shot and killed Sunday afternoon in Evanston.
DuPage County State’s Attorney Robert Berlin, Naperville Interim Chief of Police Jason Arres and Special Agent-in-Charge Andre Martin, Great Lakes Area Field Office, U.S. Postal Service Office of Inspector General announced today that seven individuals, including two former postal carriers, have been charged in a financial crimes and money laundering scheme involving the United States Postal Service. Named in the eleven-count indictment, which was filed in DuPage County on September 16, , are: Vosheaa Haynes, 36 (d.o.b. 9/2/) of the block of Andover Drive, Aurora; Shavonna Taylor, 33 (d.o.b. 6/29/) of the block of Brockton Court, Aurora; Ariel Jakes, 21 (d.o.b. 10/15/) of the block of Chamberlain Lane, Naperville; Deyona Tucker, 30 (d.o.b. 3/27/) of the block of W. Gladys Avenue, Chicago; Laketha Britton, 27 (d.o.b. 12/10/) of the block of N. Harding Avenue, Chicago; Octavia May, 29 (d.o.b. 1/7/) of the block of Highpoint Drive, Romeoville and Stephanie Brown, 35 (d.o.b. 9/25/) of the block of N. Lockwood Avenue, Chicago. On September 23, , Haynes was taken into custody by the Naperville Police Department. She posted the necessary 10% of her $, arrest warrant, or $25,, and was released the same day. Haynes has been charged with two counts of Organizer of a Continuing Financial Crimes Enterprise (Class X Felony), two counts of Continuing Financial Crimes Enterprise (Class 1 Felony), one count of Mail Fraud (Class 3 Felony), three counts of Wire Fraud (Class 3 Felony) and three counts of Identity Theft (one Class 1 Felony and two Class 2 Felonies). Taylor, Jakes and Brown were also taken into custody by the Naperville Police Department that same day on arrest warrants of $, with 10% to apply. Jakes and Brown posted the necessary 10%, or $10,, and were released the same day. Taylor posted bond on September 28, , and was released from custody. All defendants other than Haynes have been charged with Continuing Financial Crimes Enterprise and Identity Theft. Additionally, Taylor and Jakes have been charged with Mail Fraud and Wire Fraud. All bonds were set in accordance with previously issued arrest warrants. Outstanding $, with 10% to apply arrest warrants are in effect for Tucker, Britton and May. Judge O’Connell also granted the State’s motion for a source of funds hearing for Taylor at which the defendant must prove that any funds used for bond were not illegally obtained. Defendants Taylor and Jakes were active postal carriers at the time of the alleged scheme.
It is alleged that as part of a scheme to launder illicit gift cards by redeeming them for United States currency, postal carriers Taylor and Jakes, who deliver mail throughout Naperville, stole credit/debit cards from the mail and gave them to Haynes. It is alleged that Haynes and other defendants would then activate the stolen credit/debit cards and use them to purchase Visa/MasterCard gift cards from various stores, including Home Depot, Walmart, and Sam’s Club. It is further alleged that Haynes and other defendants would then take the gift cards to currency exchanges in Chicago and Oak Park, where they would then redeem them for United States currency. The alleged scheme was uncovered when credit/debit card companies mailed new credit/debit cards to victims whose credit/debit cards were due to expire. When none of the victims received their new credit/debit cards, it was determined that they were allegedly stolen out of the mail. It is alleged that the amount of money swindled from the victims, most of whom live in Naperville, exceeds $50,, divided between approximately forty victims.
“The charges against these seven individuals are the direct result of local and federal agencies working together for the common good,” Berlin said. “The allegations that these seven individuals, two of whom were employees of the federal government, stole victims’ identities in an attempt to line their own pockets at the expense of others are very disturbing. I want to stress however, that the alleged involvement of two active postal carriers is in no way indicative of the outstanding men and women of the U.S. Postal Service who perform their duties with pride and professionalism on a daily basis to ensure the smooth operations of the postal service on which we all rely. I thank the U.S. Postal Service Office of Inspector General as well as the Naperville Police Department for uncovering this alleged scheme and bringing it to our attention for prosecution. I also thank Assistant State’s Attorney Steven Lupa for his work in unraveling this elaborate scheme.”
“This was outstanding work by our investigations personnel, and I want to thank them all for their commitment to solving this long-term case and seeking justice for the victims," said Interim Police Chief Jason Arres. "Complex investigations like this arent possible without interagency cooperation, so Id also like to thank the U.S. Postal Inspection Service and the DuPage County States Attorneys Office for their involvement."
Special Agent-in-Charge Andre Martin, Great Lakes Area Field Office, U.S. Postal Service Office of Inspector General said, “These arrests represent our commitment to work with our law enforcement partners to maintain the integrity and trust in the U.S. Mail. The majority of postal employees are hard-working public servants dedicated to moving mail to its proper destination. Unfortunately, those arrested decided to betray the public’s trust and steal mail from postal customers. The USPS OIG, along with the law enforcement community, remain committed to safeguarding the integrity of the U.S. Mail and ensuring the accountability and integrity of U.S. Postal Service employees.”
All defendants’ cases will be in front of Judge O’Connell.
Members of the public are reminded that this complaint contains only charges and is not proof of the defendants’ guilt. The defendants are presumed innocent and are entitled to a fair trial in which it is the government’s burden to prove their guilt beyond a reasonable doubt.
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Two Apartments Uninhabitable After Morning Fire In Naperville
The blaze occurred at a multifamily building on Kilburne Lane. All residents got out safely, though one firefighter suffered minor injuries.
Overall Crime Down In Naperville Despite Recent Spike, Cops Say
Despite a recent rash of burglaries, gun incidents and robberies, Naperville police say crime in has been lower than in past years.
Reward Offered For Arrest In Armed Robbery At Naperville Subway
A reward is being offered for information that leads to an arrest in connection with an armed robbery at a Subway in Naperville.
Knife-Wielding Man Robs Subway In Naperville: Police
Police say the man forced employees to the floor before stealing an undisclosed amount of cash Thursday night.
Shots Fired From Car In Naperville: Police
A resident who lives nearby told Patch they were "shocked" when they heard "six gunshots ring out" Wednesday night.
Groundbreaking For Naperville Gold Star Families Memorial Sunday
The monument will be dedicated to families in Naperville who have lost a loved one in any war.
Jewelry Store Burglarized, Display Cases Smashed In Naperville
Police say two men broke into a jewelry store on Jefferson Street Wednesday.
2nd Bank Robbed In Naperville In 2 Days; Suspect Sought
As of Wednesday afternoon, FBI officials say the suspect jumped a fence into a neighborhood and remains at large.
2 Illinoisans Charged In Capitol Riots After Social Media Posts
Dawn Frankowski, 53, of Naperville, and David Wiersma, 66, of Posen, were arrested Tuesday in connection with the Jan. 6 Capitol breach.
3 Cats Carried To Safety After Fire Breaks Out In Naperville
The fire started in the block of Hayle Court Tuesday afternoon.
Armed Suspect Sought After Naperville Bank Robbed: Feds
FBI officials are investigating a "violent" bank robbery that took place at a Fifth-Third Bank in Naperville Tuesday morning.
Man Who Burglarized Naperville Jewelry In Looting Sentenced
Police say Joshua Captain, 24, was caught with blood-stained cash and jewelry boxes on him during looting that took place in June
Resident Hurt During Home Invasion In Naperville
Naperville police say they do not believe the home invasion was a random act.
Park District testing a mobile security camera in September
Solar powered system on loan to be tested in different park locations
Cops Find Illegal Gun In Stolen Car In Naperville; Man Charged
An Aurora man is in custody in connection with Monday's incident, in which police say another man fled on foot.
Smoke Detectors Alert Residents To Garage Fire In Naperville
A fire broke out at the garage of a home in the block of South Charles Avenue Saturday morning.
Suspect In Custody After 'Disturbance' In Naperville
Naperville police say a hotel manager reported a person who was "angry" and "confrontational."
2 Charged With Murder After Gun Sale Turns Deadly In Naperville
An Aurora man and woman face first-degree murder charges in connection with a shooting on Amersale Drive that killed a Naperville teen.
Suspect In Custody After Shooting That Hurt 2 Teens In Naperville
Sunday's shooting left an year-old Naperville man in critical condition and a year-old Aurora boy injured.
2 Teens Wounded In Naperville Shooting, 1 In Critical Condition
Police said the Sunday afternoon shooting on Amerisale Drive was a "targeted" act, with a "transaction" among three people involved.
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