Lookup Warrants and Arrests in Aurora, Illinois. Results Include: Arrest Records, Police Report, Warrants, Mugshot, Type of Crime, Warrant Number, Bond Amount, Race, DOB, Address

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


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Our Special Operations Group has been busy recently with the serving of two search warrants.

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Intersections With the Most Traffic Crashes in 2017 (and the Number of Crashes):

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From the Aurora Township Assessor’s Office:

The Aurora Township Assessor’s Office is upgrading real estate… https://t.co/FnsxYl7vrZ

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Ever wonder why we do what we do? Then join the Citizen Police Academy!

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We’re investigating a couple of shootings that have occurred in recent days in which, fortunately, no one was… https://t.co/q5JRbQVOYE

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Our Special Operations Group has been busy recently with the serving of two search warrants.

The most recent was around 4:10 p.m. Jan. 11, when they snagged over 200 grams of heroin, almost 129 grams of cannabis, 13 grams of crack and $584 in cash at a home in the 200 block of Plum St. Charges include two counts each of unlawful possession of a controlled substance and unlawful possession of a controlled substance with intent to deliver; and single counts of unlawful possession of cannabis and unlawful possession of cannabis with intent to deliver against Vincent J. Lewis, 31 who lives in the apartment that was searched.

Lewis was treated by paramedics on the scene for cuts to his hands caused when he broke a window and threw contraband out of it when police announced their presence. He declined further treatment. He’s being held on $450,000 bail at the Kane County Correctional Center. The charges against Lewis were authorized by the Kane County State’s Attorney. One of the charges is a Class-X felony which calls for enhanced sentencing upon conviction.

Officers from our Community Policing and K-9 Units assisted in the operation.

Around 6 a.m. Jan. 4, a search warrant was served at an apartment in the 1300 block of Monomoy. Almost 84 grams of cannabis and drug paraphernalia were all seized and a misdemeanor charge of unlawful possession of cannabis was filed on Robert D. Franklin, 26, who resides in the apartment. He was taken into custody without incident and there were no injuries.

The charges are not proof of guilt. Lewis and Franklin are presumed innocent and are entitled to fair trials where it is the burden of the state to prove guilt beyond a reasonable doubt.

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Attempt to I.D.-Please Share:

We want to talk to this man in reference to an altercation that he had with a security guard that occurred around 1 a.m. Jan. 10 at a tavern in the 700 block of S. Lincoln Ave. that ended with him running away with the guard’s duty belt that contained handcuffs, a flashlight and other equipment.

If you know who he is, please call Investigations at 630-256-5500 or Aurora Area Crime Stoppers at 630-892-1000. Callers to Crime Stoppers are anonymous and qualify for a cash reward for information leading to his arrest.

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Intersections With the Most Traffic Crashes in 2017 (and the Number of Crashes):

1. Eola & Indian Trail/North Aurora Rd. (68)
2. New York & Rt. 59 (67)
3. Indian Trail & Lake (59)
4. Butterfield/Rt. 56 & Eola (58)
5. Ogden/Rt. 34 & Rt. 59 (54)
6. Eola & New York; Eola & Liberty and Galena & Orchard (50)
7. Rt. 59 & 75th St. (49)
8. Liberty & Rt. 59 (47)
9. Montgomery & Rt. 59 (44)
10. Farnsworth & Molitor and McCoy & Rt. 59 (43)

Let’s be careful out there!

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We have secured an armed robbery charge through the Kane County State’s Attorney on a 33 year old Aurora man in connection with the robbery of a gas station on Dec. 12, 2017.

The charge filed against Juan Morales of the 600 block of Alyce Ln., is a Class-X felony which calls for an enhanced prison sentence if he is convicted. Morales is currently being held in the Will County Jail on a $2 million bond in connection with a residential burglary in Plainfield that occurred the same day as the armed robbery in Aurora. Morales was also arrested Dec. 12 by the Plainfield Police.

The Aurora incident occurred just before 9 a.m. when Morales entered the gas station in the 600 block of N. Broadway and demanded money at gunpoint from a 32 year old woman working as a clerk. After being handed about $500 in cash, Morales ran to his vehicle which he had parked in a neighboring parking lot and fled westbound on Illinois Ave.

Using still photos from security systems at the gas station and the neighboring business, Aurora Detectives issued a bulletin to area law enforcement agencies the afternoon of Dec. 12 depicting both Morales and the vehicle he was driving. Shortly after sending the bulletin, Plainfield Police contacted Aurora Investigators and notified them they had just arrested Morales who strongly resembled the subject in the bulletin. They also had his vehicle which was also similar. The ensuing investigation led to the charges in Aurora that were authorized Jan. 10.

Morales is a suspect in at least one other armed robbery in Aurora.

The charge against Morales is not proof of guilt. He is presumed innocent and is entitled to a fair trial at which it is the burden of the state to prove guilt beyond a reasonable doubt.

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From the Aurora Township Assessor’s Office:

The Aurora Township Assessor’s Office is upgrading real estate property pictures and measurements throughout the township. Most of the properties are in Aurora while others are in North Aurora, Montgomery and unincorporated Kane County.

The typical procedure is for Field Deputy Assessors to knock on doors to let owners know of their presence. If there is no answer, they will proceed to measure buildings and take necessary pictures. The team is typically out between 8:30 a.m. and 11:30 a.m. This will be going on throughout the duration of the year.

The Field Team Deputies have jackets, hats, shirts and ID cards as well as magnetic signs on their vehicles identifying them as Aurora Township personnel.

Any questions should be directed to the Aurora Township Assessor’s Office at 630-896-7792.

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Ever wonder why we do what we do? Then join the Citizen Police Academy!

The academy allows you to learn how the police department and our officers function on a daily basis by exploring a wide variety of interactive topics including the difference between criminal and civil law, gang and drug awareness, use of force, investigations, juvenile law, and other relevant topics. You also engage in practical exercises that cover building searches, crime scene processing, and traffic stops.

The academy is free of charge and open to anyone 21 or older who lives, works or owns property in Aurora.

The 45th Citizen Police Academy begins March 8 and runs 10 consecutive Thursdays from 6 to 9 p.m. at Aurora Police Headquarters. We currently have a waiting list of 40 people which illustrates the program’s success. It also means there’s only 30 people who can go through the academy this year who are not already on the list.

You can apply online at the link below. Deadline is March 1. A background check is required.