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Aurora Illinois Police Station Address: 1200 E Indian Trail, Aurora, IL 60505, United States


16 hours ago
A 20 year old Aurora man was shot at around 2 a.m. this morning, April 18, as he was getting out of his vehicle at Center and East Park Avenues.

At least one shot was fired at the man by an occupant of a silver… https://t.co/eHJ8xxnJ6W

21 hours ago
Intersections with the most injury/fatal crashes thru March 31 (and the number of crashes):

1. Eola & Liberty (6)
2. New York & Rt. 59 (5)
3. Galena & Highland; and Galena & Orchard (4)

Let’s slow down, put down the phones and “watch out for the other guy”. Be safe Aurora.

1 day ago
It was on this day 90 years ago that Aurora Police Officer Thompson Richardson was murdered in the line of duty. We will never forget Officer Richardson’s service and sacrifice. https://t.co/8cB9vfu4bw

2 days ago
We have released video clips and still shots taken from a bank surveillance system and a video previously posted to social media that depict the exchange of gunfire between two of our officers and Santiago… https://t.co/rbZswZ8F0X

2 days ago
Intersections with the most traffic crashes (and the number of crashes) thru March 31:

1. Indian Trail & Lake (18)
2. Eola & Ogden/Rt. 34 (17)
3. Galena & Orchard; New York & Rt. 59 and Eola & Liberty (16)
4. Rt…. https://t.co/11w1wXgUzf

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Aurora Police Department16 hours ago

A 20 year old Aurora man was shot at around 2 a.m. this morning, April 18, as he was getting out of his vehicle at Center and East Park Avenues.

At least one shot was fired at the man by an occupant of a silver Hyundai Sonata that had pulled up next to him on Center. The vehicle was occupied by three or four other men, however, the victim could not provide a more discernable description of the occupants. The man ducked when he saw the gun and the shot missed him but did hit his car causing about $200 in damage. The suspect vehicle drove off eastbound on Center and turned northbound on Fifth St.

If you saw or know anything, please call Detectives at 630-256-5500 or Crime Stoppers at 630-892-1000.

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Intersections with the most injury/fatal crashes thru March 31 (and the number of crashes):

1. Eola & Liberty (6)
2. New York & Rt. 59 (5)
3. Galena & Highland; and Galena & Orchard (4)

Let’s slow down, put down the phones and “watch out for the other guy”. Be safe Aurora.

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Aurora Police Department shared City of Aurora, IL, Government’s post.22 hours ago

Important reminder from the City.

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It was on this day 90 years ago that Aurora Police Officer Thompson Richardson was murdered in the line of duty. We will never forget Officer Richardson’s service and sacrifice.

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We have released video clips and still shots taken from a bank surveillance system and a video previously posted to social media that depict the exchange of gunfire between two of our officers and Santiago Calderon of Aurora.

The shooting occurred at approximately 9:45 p.m. March 22, when two Special Operations Investigators followed a green Chevrolet SUV they had seen leaving a known gang house in the 200 block of S. Lake St. When they pulled the vehicle over for an equipment violation in the first block of E. Galena Blvd., Calderon, 36, of the 700 block of E. Galena, Aurora, the driver of the vehicle, fired shots at the officers. He then took off eastbound where he hit a 2009 Chevy Malibu being driven by a 19 year old Aurora man at Galena and Broadway (Rt. 25). Calderon ran from his vehicle and exchanged gunfire with the two investigators.

During the exchange of gunfire, Calderon was fatally shot in a parking lot on LaSalle St. between Galena and Downer Pl. When the officers went to render medical aid to Calderon, a gun was found at his side. He was pronounced dead at the scene.

One of the Investigators suffered a gunshot wound to the leg while the other investigator suffered a shoulder injury (not a gunshot injury) when he was taking cover. Both were treated and released from an Aurora Hospital. The passenger in the suspect vehicle, a 24 year old Aurora man, did not flee during the incident. He was taken into custody by responding officers. He was treated and released from an Aurora hospital. The passenger was not charged in the incident and was released by Aurora Police the morning of March 23.

The 19 year old man involved in the crash with Calderon refused medical treatment. He was the only occupant in his vehicle.

Because the surveillance videos, at times, are difficult to see, we took some screen shots and highlighted key moments in the encounter. Please remember these are taken from bank surveillance cameras and appear “jumpy”. Also, the ATM and Bank Parking Lot cameras are not synchronized so there are some minor discrepancies in timing.

Bank ATM Machine:
9:45:42-Calderon is seen running from an SOG Investigator toward the white SUV in the parking lot where the exchange of shots takes place.
9:45:44-The SOG Investigator is seen chasing Calderon.
9:45:48-The SOG Investigator hits the ground after Calderon again begins firing. Calderon is standing on the front side of the SUV out of camera range.
9:45:53-The Investigator and Calderon are exchanging gunshots. Again, Calderon is off-camera.
9:46:05-The gunshots have stopped and the two Investigators take cover behind the SUV. Not knowing if Calderon still has a gun and may start shooting, the two Investigators await backup officers.

Parking Lot:
9:45:37-Calderon is seen next to the white SUV at the top of the photo. An SOG Investigator is seen next to the other vehicle. The two are exchanging gunfire.
9:45:45- The second SOG Investigator is shown on the left side of the screen where he also shoots at Calderon. Calderon attempts to flee the scene on foot but collapses. The arrow is the approximate location of where Calderon collapses.
9:45:57- The Investigators take cover behind the white SUV and await backup.

The third video, shot by a citizen, shows some of the unfolding incident and our initial response. You can hear the officers yelling at Calderon at the beginning of the clip. The citizen provided the captions in this video.

The continuing investigation is being conducted by the Kane County Major Crimes Task Force.

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Intersections with the most traffic crashes (and the number of crashes) thru March 31:

1. Indian Trail & Lake (18)
2. Eola & Ogden/Rt. 34 (17)
3. Galena & Orchard; New York & Rt. 59 and Eola & Liberty (16)
4. Rt. 59 & Ogden/Rt. 34 (13)
5. McCoy & Rt. 59 (12)

Slow down, don’t drive distracted and drive defensively! Be safe Aurora.