June 12Ross E. Wahlgren, 29, of the 16000 block of Chicago Road, Sandwich, was arrested by Oswego police at Route 31 and Light Road and charged with DUI, improper lane use and an in-state warrant, police said.
Joshua Stadel, 20, of the 600 block of Lancaster, Aurora; and Branden Wolf, 20, of the 1300 block of Douglas Avenue, Montgomery, were arrested in a parking lot near PrairieFest park charged with unlawful consumption of alcohol, police said.
Two bikes were stolen from a home in the 0-100 block of Templeton, Oswego police said. Loss estimated at $225.
June 13Oswego police are investigating a hit and run in the parking lot of Meijer, 2700 Route 34. Police said the victims were inside shopping and came out to discover damage to their vehicle.
A driver reported she was driving west on Willington Way approaching Robert Road when a raccoon ran out in front of her, causing her to swerve and strike a construction site wood pile, police said. No one was injured in the incident, but the vehicle sustained heavy driver's side damage and had to be towed from the site, police said.
June 14Dardon Trevante, 21, of the 900 block of New York Street, Aurora, was arrested by Oswego police in the 1000 block of Ogden Falls on charges of domestic battery and an in-state warrant, police said.
Two 16-year-old male juveniles were arrested at PrairieFest Park and charged with possession of drug paraphernalia, police said.
Renea L. Selders, 34, of the 100 block of Riverwood, Oswego, was arrested by Oswego police and charged with domestic battery, resisting a peace officer and criminal damage to property, according to police.
Uriel Cruz, 19, of the 0-100 block of Winterhill, Montgomery, was arrested at Walmart, 2300 Route 34, and charged with retail theft, possession of alcohol by a minor and possession of cannabis, police said.
John R. Roth, 53, of the 800 block of Route 31, Oswego, was arrested by Oswego police in the 0-100 block of Main Street and charged with DUI and squealing tires, police said.
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