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Police Blotter: Sticks and Stones At The Park

Sticks and stones at the park and disappearing change are part of last week's police blotter for Friday, May 25, courtesy of the Batavia Police Department.

BATTERY

 An altercation on Friday afternoon at the Batavia River Walk at 200 N. Island Ave. resulted in the two individuals involved being banned from park district property. Police reports indicate that a formal complaint was not filed for the ruckus where rocks allegedly were thrown at one victim and another was struck in the arm with a stick. 

OUTSTANDING WARRANT

Michael S. Humphries, 19, of Aurora, was arrested for an outstanding LaSalle County warrant for failing to appear in court for a traffic violation. Humphries posted bond and was released with a court date on June 7, reports say.

THEFT UNDER $500

Police reports indicate $60 to $80 in cash and another $10 in change was taken from a wallet at the Batavia Teen Center on North Prairie Street a little after 10 p.m. The case is being investigated. 

 

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