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OMG PD: Valentino Purse Poached, Rude Drinkers

Here's a round-up of recent and bizarre police report items from the area.

ST. CHARLES

Nicole M. Pstrong, 33, of the 200 block of Cedar Avenue, was cited at 4:45 a.m. Feb. 9 at her home with disorderly conduct-noise after officers were called to the residence twice on noise complaints. Police said the first time, at 4:16 a.m., while no one would answer the door, someone called out, “Go away, we’re drinking,” and the loud music was turned down. Still no one answered, and the officer left. Police were called back at 4:45 a.m., and this time the officer’s knock on the door was answered. Pstrong was issued the citation.

GENEVA

Valentino Purse Poached

Someone took a Valentino Rockstud leopard calf hair hobo shoulder bag from Jobella, 310 Campbell St., sometime between 2 p.m. Jan. 26 and noon Jan. 30, Geneva police report. The store owner told police the shoulder bag’s estimated value is $2,895.

GLEN ELLYN

The Panhandler

Mark E. Washburn, 53, of the 0-99 block of North Parkside, was arrested at 8:16 a.m. Feb. 6 at Binny’s Beverage Depot, 670 Roosevelt Road, police said. He was charged with panhandling.

Please Don't Pimp My Ride

A car parked in the lot at Walgreens, 840 N. Main St. was spray painted with several lines, police said. The incident took place between 6:15 a.m. and 12:15 p.m. Feb. 6.

Driveway Shopping

Someone reported that an unknown person or persons took several items left in a driveway in the 200 block of Grandview. The items were not intended for the garbage. The items were taken between 12:45 and 1:30 p.m. Feb. 3.

NAPERVILLE

Party Foul

A man's iPhone 4 valued at $300 was stolen while he held a party on Feb. 10 at his residence in the 300 block of Weatherford Lane, police said.

Magic Cards Go Poof!

Two white males in their 20s were seen looking at rare Magic: The Gathering playing cards on a store's video camera in the 1200 block of Rickert Drive, police said. Employees later discovered the cards were stolen.

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BIll I February 17, 2013 at 03:06 PM
Hate to say it but there are trucks that drive around take free liberty of things they see anywhere close to the street. I guess if the police called them on it they would say they thought the person was throwing the goods out or giving them away. Too bad no one lays down ground rules. Just don't leave anything near the street these days unless you intend to give the item away.

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