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Police Roundup

Published: Friday, Aug. 16, 2013 10:08 a.m. CST

Drew D. Hanson, 23, of Morris, was arrested by Morris police Aug. 8 on a charge of driving while license revoked. He was stopped at Fremont and Oak streets and posted a $150 bond and was released with an Aug. 26 court date.

Robert Pelz, 31, was arrested by Morris police Aug. 8 on charges of driving under the influence of alcohol, illegal transportation of alcohol by a driver and illegally screeching tires.

Mark R. Castillo of Minooka was arrested by Minooka police for battery just before 10 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 10. Police took Castillo into custody in the 400 block of Misty Creek Drive following an incident that occurred within the 1400 block of Red Top Lane. He posted bond and was released.

Megan A. Meyerhoff of Minooka was arrested on two counts of driving under the influence shortly after 2 a.m. Sunday, Aug. 11. Minooka police stopped Meyerhoff on S. Ridge Road, near Misty Creek Drive, and charged her with driving under the influence of alcohol and DUI with a blood alcohol content over .08 at Feeney Drive and Brannick Road. Meyerhoff posted bond and was released.
Kendall County

A Yorkville man called Kendall County sheriff’s police around 1:15 p.m. Sunday, Aug. 13, to report graffiti on the roadway. The caller indicated the profanity-laden graffiti was in the area of Buck Court and Deer Crossing. The graffiti appeared to have been created with neon-green marking paint. The sheriff’s office is investigating the criminal defacement.

Michael Lee Thomas, 39, of 8045 Van Emmon Road, Yorkville, was arrested shortly after midnight Wednesday, Aug. 14, on a battery charge. Kendall County sheriff’s deputies were called to Thomas’ residence at 12:17 a.m. Wednesday and Thomas was subsequently arrested for battering an acquaintance.

A traffic stop by Kendall County sheriff’s deputies at U.S. 52 and Church Road led to the arrest of a Romeoville man around 4 p.m. Monday. Manuel Magallanes, 34, of Romeoville, was stopped after deputies observed him driving 70 in a 55 mph zone. After stopping Magallanes, it was discovered his driver’s licenses had been expired for greater than five years. He was cited for both speeding and no valid driver’s licenses.

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