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

Elmhurst Illinois Police Station Address: 125 E 1st St, Elmhurst, IL 60126, United States


6 years ago
Elmhurst Police participate in DUI Enforcement Campaign for 4th of July – read more at http://t.co/awSI2sbt

6 years ago
Elmhurst Police Begin DUI Campaign for St. Patrick’s Day week – read more at http://t.co/5ii8IdRA

6 years ago
EPD seeks assistance from citizens regarding an Aggravated Battery case – read more at http://t.co/BY41D1US

6 years ago
EPD Executes Search Warrant and Makes Drug Arrest – read more at http://t.co/0i1U2USn

6 years ago
Elmhurst Police Crime Prevention Strategies – read more at http://t.co/GG0PGdmN

6 years ago
Elmhurst Police Department Hosts Spring 2012 Citizen Police Academy – read more at http://t.co/0kka6Dhb

Elmhurst Police Department

Elmhurst Police Department’s Facebook Page
Elmhurst Police Department

Elmhurst Police Department5 days ago

Bond Set for Elmhurst Healthcare Facility Worker Charged with Stealing from Resident

DuPage County State’s Attorney Robert B. Berlin and Elmhurst Chief of Police Michael Ruth announced today that bond has been set for an employee of an Elmhurst independent living facility for allegedly stealing jewelry from an elderly resident at the facility. Jossie Powell, 74 (d.o.b. 1/8/1944) of 342 Morris Avenue, Bellwood, appeared at a bond hearing this morning where Judge Robert Miller set bond at $5,000 with 10% to apply.

It is alleged that in mid-January, 2018, Powell, who was employed as a part-time caregiver for her victim, stole jewelry from her victim including a men’s gold bracelet and a white gold women’s ring containing a ruby and diamonds. When the victim realized her jewelry was missing, she contacted the Elmhurst Police Department, who began an investigation. The investigation ultimately led to Powell who has been charged with one count of Theft (Class 3 Felony) and one count of Burglary (Class 2 Felony.)
“The daily lives of those who require special in-home medical attention can be challenging enough,” Berlin said. “These individuals deserve our respect, care and comfort and should not have to worry about becoming a victim of theft. They are among society’s most vulnerable and the very notion that someone would steal from another in need is extremely disheartening. I would like to thank the Elmhurst Police Department for their efforts on this case.

Powell’s next court appearance is scheduled for May 10, 2018.
Members of the public are reminded that this complaint contains only charges and is not proof of the defendant’s guilt. A defendant is presumed innocent and is entitled to a fair trial in which it is the government’s burden to prove his or her guilt beyond a reasonable doubt.
###

Elmhurst Police Department

Elmhurst Police Department4 weeks ago

UPDATE ***GOOD NEWS*** The missing juvenile (Brendan) was located at 253 W. St. Charles Rd. Elmhurst police officers returned him safely to his home and family. He is in good shape. We have learned that a member of our community called 9-1-1 after receiving a CODE RED NOTIFICATION and seeing Brendan. The Elmhurst Police Department is grateful for the community response and assistance each of you have provided in sharing the information and looking for young Brendan. We are so very thankful for your response. Chief Michael Ruth 3/21/18 at 8:51 p.m.

Elmhurst Police Department

Elmhurst Police Department4 weeks ago

Elmhurst Police officers are with the missing juvenile now. I will update in the next few minn.

Elmhurst Police Department

Elmhurst Police Department4 weeks ago

****** LOCATED on 3/21/18 at 8:50 p.m. ******
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
March 21, 2018 at 8:00 p.m.
Elmhurst Police are asking for the public’s help in locating a Special Needs/Missing Juvenile from the area of 500 S. Hillcrest, Elmhurst, IL.

Missing is Brendan, age 9, 4’10, 75 lbs with blond hair. Brendan was last seen wearing a blue coat, and gray sweatpants with black & gray gym shoes. He is believed to be riding a blue scooter and was last seen in the area of Vallette & Hillcrest in Elmhurst.

Anyone with information is asked to contact the Elmhurst Police Department at 630-530-3050.

Authority:
Chief Michael Ruth
Elmhurst Police Department
630-530-3050

Elmhurst Police Department

Elmhurst Police Department4 weeks ago

ELMHURST POLICE INVESTIGATE ALLEGED THREAT AT YORK HIGH SCHOOL

Elmhurst Police are investigating a recently reported suspicious threat that occurred at York High School.

Recently, an adult came to the Elmhurst Police Station to report that a relative who is a student at York High School told him that back in August of 2017, a white male student had told her there would be a school shooting at York High School on March 23, 2018.

Based on this information, Elmhurst police have initiated an investigation and have spoken to the reporting student, who relayed the story that in August 2017 a white male student approached her in the school hallway stating that a school shooting would take place on March 23, 2018. The reporting student is not able to identify the student who allegedly made the statement.

As a result of this information and in light of national events compromising student safety, additional Elmhurst police officers both in uniform and plain clothes will be in the area of York High School for the next few days. The Elmhurst Police Department takes this type of information very seriously; student and faculty safety is of paramount concern.

At this time, police have no additional information and are unable to confirm the accuracy or reliability of the threat. Police officials remind parents, students, and school staff to immediately call 9-1-1 to report any suspicious activity to police.

Authority:
Chief Michael Ruth
Elmhurst Police Department
630-530-3050

Elmhurst Police Department

Elmhurst Police Department1 month ago

Citizen’s Police Academy starts next week . . .