Oswego/Montgomery Blotter: Bike, Cash Stolen from Kids

An 82-year-old woman was also the victim of a hit and run, police said.

Credit: File photo
Credit: File photo

May 2

A 12-year-old male juvenile was arrested and charged with battery and criminal damage to property after Kendall County Sheriff's police responded to a reported domestic violence incident in the 100 block of Tealwood in unincorporated Montgomery, police said.

Anthony Ramirez, 22, of Aurora, was arrested by Oswego police and charged with failure to reduce speed to avoid an accident, not having a valid drivers license and leaving the scene of an accident after an accident with an 82-year-old Oswego woman at about 5:15 p.m. at Route 30 and Douglas Road. No one was injured, according to police.

May 3

Glen J. Dieter, 48, of the 200 block of Main Street, Oswego, was arrested by Oswego police in the 3000 block of Route 34 and charged with driving under the influence of drugs, making an improper turn and failure to signal, police said. Melissa Heath, 33, of the same address, was also arrested and charged with possession of cannabis, possession of drug paraphernalia and illegal transportation of alcohol, according to police reports.

Two suspects took $30 cash and an orange Mongoose bicycle, worth about $95, from a 13-year-old and 14-year-old at the skate park behind Thompson Junior High School, police said. The suspects were described as white or Hispanic males ages 16 to 18; one was wearing a black hooded sweatshirt and blue shorts, while the other was in a brown hooded sweatshirt and blue jeans, police said.

May 4

Oswego police are investigating a burglary to a motor vehicle that allegedly took place at the AmericInn, 1050 Douglas Road.

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