Batavia Police: Boys Do Damage, Mom vs. Girlfriend, Loose Dogs
Batavia police reports, Sept. 15
SATURDAY, SEPT. 15
Missing? Not Really
An officer responded to Batavia's east side at 7:58 p.m. and spoke with an 18-year-old woman, who told police she had a fight with her boyfriend and did not want to return to him. She said she had friends in Aurora near Kirk Road with whom she could stay, according to reports. The woman was driven to Kirk and Butterfield roads. Her record was looked up through dispatch and came up clear. The officer discovered later that the Wheaton Police Department had entered the woman in the LEADS statewide computer system at 9:17 p.m. as a missing person. Batavia police notified Wheaton police of their contact with the woman.
Mom Dislikes Dad's Girlfriend
A man on the east side reported at 6:43 p.m. that the mother of his three children was harassing him. The mother yelled at him and his girlfriend, according to a police report. There is an order of protection possibly pending against the girlfriend, but there was none in effect at the time of the report. All parties were directed to consult with their attorneys to address visitation issues.
Boys Damage School Door
Four boys were located outside Louise White School, 800 N. Prairie St., at 6:43 p.m. A sign post was discovered stuck in the handle of the front door to the school. Two of the boys admitted to pulling the sign out and placing it in the door. The parents were contacted and they arrived on scene to get the boys. This incident was referred to the Juvenile Officer.
Dogs on the Loose
- An Aurora resident came to the Police Department at 5:14 p.m. with a male Wheaton Terrier found running loose in the area of Wind Energy Pass and Wagner Road. Attempts to locate the owner were unsuccessful. The resident will house the dog until the owner is located.
- A female reported at 9:59 a.m. that a Dalmatian charged her and bit at her leg on the 700 block of Maves Drive. There was no break in the female's skin. The owner was contacted and issued an ordinance ticket for a dangerous dog.
Niece Objects to Being Grounded
A verbal dispute between a man and his niece was reported at 4:57 p.m. on the west side. "The argument occurred after the niece was grounded," the police report said. The two agreed to separate for the remainder of the evening.
Wallet Found on Bike Path
A man was reunited with his wallet after an Aurora resident found it on a bike path. A female came to the Police Department at 3:40 p.m. to turn in the wallet, which she found in the area of 31 N. River St. The ID found in the wallet identified the owner.
Burglary, Window Damaged
A female on the east side reported at 10:52 a.m. that various items have been taken from her residence over the past few weeks. The items include:
- Miscellaneous tools
- A drill battery
- A garage door opener
- Assorted food items
A basement window and screen was damaged in her residence. A total loss amount was not available at the time of this report.
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