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Police Blotter: Aggravated Battery at the Village Commons

Also, burglars grabbed $2,300 from home on Shagbark Road. New Lenox police reports, July 23-26.

THURSDAY, JULY 26

Aggravated Battery

Kyle Meier, 17, of the 2100 block of Morcambe Bay in New Lenox, was charged as an adult for aggravated battery in connection with an incident in the 100 block of Veterans Parkway. 

According the police report, Meier claimed that he hit a man in retaliation to what he said was the man reaching out to hit a skateboard rider. Meier was taken into custody and brought to the Will County Jail, where he posted bond and was released.

License Suspended

Alejandro Barron, 20, of Joliet, was ticketed for driving while his license was suspended after a random registration check at Route 30 and Interstate 80. Police say he was also driving an uninsured vehicle. A second ticket was issued for that violation.

Theft

Police say someone removed scrap metal from a dumpster at Providence Catholic High School.

TUESDAY, JULY 24

Criminal Property Damage

Someone broke a window at a home in the 100 block of Fairfield Drive. 

MONDAY, JULY 23

$2,300 reportedly stolen in home burlgary

Police say they are investigating the reported theft of $2,300 from a home in the 1000 block of Shagbark Road. Someone entered the house through an unlocked door.

Theft

A theft complaint was filed after someone took a bicylce without permission from the area of Bluestone Bay and Northwind Drive. Police are investigating the matter.  

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