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Montgomery Police Blotter: $130k Vehicles Missing

by Erin Gallagher

Information provided by Montgomery Police

On June 20, Montgomery Police reported a case of stolen motor vehicles at the 2100 block of Rochester Drive. A business reported a disgruntled employee was expected to deliver five vehicles to customers in Texas, but failed to do so, police said.

The transport vehicle was also reported stolen. Estimated loss is $129,950. The case is still under investigation.

Here is the rest of the blotter:

June 16


Ruben Juarez, 31, of the 1300 block of Watson Street in Montgomery, was arrested for driving while license suspended after police stopped his vehicle not having a rear registration plate light, police said.

June 18


Virgina Bratko, 50, of the 2400 block of Albany Court in Aurora, was arrested for retail theft after she concealed $257 in merchandise and left without paying, police said.

June 19


Netzair Zamora, 19, of the 700 block of Concord Street in Aurora, was arrested for driving while license suspended after police stopped his vehicle for speeding, police said.

Dylan Stoller, 18, of the 2500 block of Oak Trails Drive in Aurora, was arrested for operation of a vehicle while registration suspended for non-insurance after police stopped his vehicle for making an illegal turn, police said.

June 20


Marcos Castro-Garcia, 19, of the 600 block of Talma Street in Aurora, was arrested for no valid driver’s license after police stopped his vehicle for having a loud muffler, police said.

Claudia Lechuga, 31, of the 600 block of Calumet Avenue in Aurora, was arrested for driving while license revoked when police ran the license plate on her vehicle, police said.

Mayram Martinez, 38, of the 900 block of W. South Street in Plano, was arrested for driving while license suspended when police learned her license was suspended after running the license plate on her vehicle, police said.

June 21


Police reported a case of criminal damage to property in the 1000 block of Wellman. Resident reported someone caused $300 in damages to their pool and pool liner with what appeared to be a BB-Gun, police said.

David Pauly, 20, of the 2300 block of Amy Lane in Aurora, was arrested for two counts of unlawful possession of drug paraphernalia, and possession of alcohol by a minor, after police stopped his vehicle for speeding, police said. Officers detected an odor of burned cannabis coming from inside the vehicle and later located two instruments used for smoking/preparing cannabis, and police also located an open bottle of whiskey inside the vehicle, the police said.

June 22


Christopher Hummell, 27, of the 2200 block of Beresford Drive in Yorkville, was arrested for DUI after police stopped his vehicle for an improper turn and also charged with drug paraphernalia, police said.

June 23


Jordan Full, 29, 100 block N. 4th St. Aurora, was arrested for DUI after his vehicle was stopped for having an expired registration sticker, police said.

Juan Sanchez, 38, of the 2300 block of Prescott Drive, Montgomery, was arrested for driving while license suspended, after police stopped his vehicle for having suspended registration, police said.

Jason Martinez, 33, of the 600 block of S. River Street, in Aurora, was arrested for battery after he struck another individual causing bodily harm, police said. The victim was treated for minor injuries by Oswego EMS at the scene and released.

Antonio Santos, 22, of the 2300 block of Morningside Lane in Carpentersville, was arrested for no valid driver’s license after police stopped his vehicle for not having a rear registration plate, police said.

June 24


Carlos Ortiz, 23, of the 0 – 100 block of Osage Court in Oswego, was arrested for driving while license revoked after police stopped his vehicle for not having a rear registration plate light, police said.














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