Nov. 18 police blotter

By on November 18, 2011

The following reports were obtained from local police departments. The individuals charged with crimes are presumed innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.

• Thomas G. McCartney, 24, of the 400 block of Main Street, was arrested on Nov. 13 for outstanding warrants out of Kane and DeKalb counties for failure to appear. McCartney was unable to post bond and was transported to Kane County Jail.

• An Elburn man was the victim of identity theft after his account with an online company was hacked. He reported to police on Nov. 14 that an iTunes purchase was made in the amount of $41.96 and that his iTunes account information was replaced with information on a person from Fort Richarson, Alaska. According to reports, the man contacted his credit card companies and the accounts were frozen.

Sugar Grove
• Sugar Grove Police on Nov. 10 responded to a report of burglary on the 200 block of Berkshire Lane. The victim told police that a crossover-style bicycle, with characteristics of both a traditional 10-speed and mountain bike, was stolen from his garage between three and four weeks ago. The bike, metallic purple in color, is valued at approximately $200. An investigation is pending.