Police Blotter: December 14, 2012

Department of Public Safety

 

—Criminal defacement of state supported property was reported at Quigley Hall Tuesday. No suspects have been identified.

—Philip C. Barrett, a 19-year-old SIU student from Phoenix, was arrested at Grinnell Hall Sunday for retail theft. He was issued a Carbondale City notice to appear and released.

—James E. Johnson, a 19-year-old SIU student from Springfield, was arrested at University Hall Monday for a failure to appear warrant out of Jackson County on an original charge of possession of cannabis. Johnson was transported to the Jackson County Jail.

—Juanita Gary, a 19-year-old SIU student from Bellwood, was arrested at E. Grand at S. State Street Monday for a failure to appear warrant out of Jackson County on an original charge of retail theft. Gary was transported to the Jackson County Jail.

—Renata L. Ahrendt, a 59-year-old from Carbondale, was arrested at Faner Hall Monday for obstructing justice. Ahrendt was issued a Carbondale City notice to appear and released.

—Arson occurred at Mae Smith Hall Saturday. No suspects have been identified at this time and there have been no reported injuries.

—Abel Aguilar Jr., 18-year-old SIU student from Elk Grove Village, was arrested at Schneider Hall Friday for criminal damage to state supported property. Aguilar was issued a Carbondale City notice to appear and released.

—Two 18-year-old SIU students were referred to the State’s Attorney’s Office at Mae Smith Friday for domestic battery against each other. Neither student required medical treatment.

—Nathaniel J. Parker, a 19-year-old SIU student from Blue Island, a non-SIUC student, and Ashley M. Wells, a 19-year-old SIUC student from Calumet Park, were arrested at Neely Hall Saturday for domestic battery against each other. Neither student required medical treatment.

Carbondale City Police

 

—Police responded to the 200 block of West Chestnut Street in reference to a report of auto burglary Monday. Officers learned an unknown suspect entered a vehicle and stole property sometime between 7:00 p.m. and 8:10 p.m. Saturday. Investigation is continuing.

—Police responded to the 2300 block of S. Illinois Avenue in reference to a report of an auto burglary Sunday. Officers learned an unknown suspect entered a vehicle and stole property sometime between 6:00 p.m. on Saturday and 9:00 a.m. Sunday. Investigation is continuing.

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