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


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

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

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

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

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

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

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Elmhurst Police Investigate Residential Burglary Attempts

Elmhurst Police are investigating two attempted residential burglaries that occurred on Tuesday evening between 6:30 & 7:10 p.m. in the area of North Avenue & West Ave in Elmhurst.

At 6:33 p.m. in the 300 Block of River Glen, a resident heard a window screen being opened and an outside motion light activate. The resident then saw a dark pick up or SUV with a loud muffler leaving the area. Nothing was taken and there was no suspect description.

A short time later at 7:10 p.m. in the 500 block of Third Street, a resident discovered a male/black, 5’09, thin build, wearing a dark hoodie, standing in the foyer of the home holding a handgun. The resident fled inside of the house and summoned a family member who called police. Responding police checked the house and did not locate the offender. It appears that the offender may have entered an open rear patio door. Nothing is known missing at this time.

Anyone with video footage of the area or with any information is asked to contact the Elmhurst Police Department at 630-530-3050.

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POWER OUTAGE – In the area of 185 Orchard, Elmhurst

Commonwealth Edison is reporting a power outage in the area of 185 Orchard in South Elmhurst. The outage is a result of an emergency repair that may impacting up to 144 homes. As the repairs are underway, the power is expected to be restored between one and six hours.

The City of Elmhurst has opened emergency warming centers at Elmhurst Fire Station #2, at 605 S. York Rd. and the Elmhurst Police Station at 125 E. First Street.

The City of Elmhurst asks residents to check on any elderly or vulnerable residents who live in this immediate area and who be impacted by this power disruption.

Additional questions can be directed to the Elmhurst Police Department at 630-530-3050.

Authority:

Chief Michael Ruth
Elmhurst Police Department
630-530-3050

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Remembering Christmas in Elmhurst-1963

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CHARGES SET FOR ELMHURST EIGHT.

DuPage County State’s Attorney Robert B. Berlin and Elmhurst Chief of Police Michael Ruth announced today that bond has been set for a Chicago woman accused of stealing a woman’s car from the driveway of an Elmhurst home. Jamesha McChristine, 19 (d.o.b. 2/11/1998) of 7942 S. Langley, appeared in Bond Court this morning where Judge Joseph Bugos set bond at $50,000 with 10% to apply.

It is alleged that on Wednesday, December 20, 2017, at approximately 3 p.m., McChristine was in a vehicle traveling on Grantley in Elmhurst with seven other people when she saw the victim exit her car and left the car running in the driveway. It is alleged that upon seeing this, McChristine got out of the car she was in and entered her victim’s car through a door that was not fully closed. It is further alleged McChristine then drove away in the victim’s car and that the other seven individuals also fled the scene. It is alleged that the victim witnessed McChristine steal her vehicle and that she immediately contacted the Elmhurst Police Department. It is alleged that as she drove the stolen vehicle, McChristine crashed the stolen vehicle into two parked cars in Elmhurst as well as a fence and landscaping owned by the City of Elmhurst. McChristine was eventually apprehended following a car chase in Forest Park. It is further alleged while driving in Forest Park, McChristine crashed her vehicle into an apartment building and then attempted to flee on foot before being apprehended. The seven other individuals allegedly with McChristine were all apprehended and charged with misdemeanor offenses.

“The brazen conduct alleged against this defendant is simply outrageous,” Berlin said. “Thankfully, due to the outstanding work of the Elmhurst and Forest Park Police Departments, Ms. McChristine was apprehended and will now have to face the charges before her. I would like to thank the Elmhurst and Forest Park Police Departments for their outstanding police work apprehending the defendants accused in this case.

“I am thankful for the citizens who alerted police and the dedicated officers who apprehended all 8 of the suspects,” Chief Michael Ruth said. “The Elmhurst police remain committed to the highest level of service and protection to our community.” In all McChristine has been charged with one count of Unlawful Possession of a Stolen Motor Vehicle (Class 2 Felony), two counts of Criminal Damage to Property (Class 4 Felony) and one count of Criminal Damage to Government Supported Property (Class 4 Felony).

The other 7 were charged with Possession of Stolen Property, Resisting Arrest, Criminal Damage, Obstructing Police, and a Warrant for Unlawful Use of Weapon.

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.

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Elmhurst,IL- Several people in custody following an auto theft and hit & run accident in Elmhurst.

Elmhurst Police have 8 people in custody for auto theft and hit & run along with two separate pursuits which began around 3:15 p.m. on Wednesday, December 20, 2017 in the 200 Block of Grantley. Initial reports indicate several people stole a 2016 model Infinity as it was parked in a residential driveway. As the resident confronted the thieves, they fled the scene striking another vehicle near North Ave & Emroy where Elmhurst police stopped the chase car and apprehended 7 occupants at 2nd & Addison following a brief foot chase. A short time later, the stolen auto was recovered at DesPlaines & Jackson in Forest Park where the driver of the stolen auto hit an apartment building and was captured by police. There are no injuries reported and police are continuing their investigation.

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On December 17, 2017, at 3:00 AM, Elmhurst police officers responded to a report of a 26-year-old male who was suffering from a heroin overdose in the parking lot at 841 N. York Rd.

Police learned that a number of heroin packets and needles were dumped in a sewer on York Rd. and around a trash dumpster on the Churchville Middle School property. Elmhurst police officers began a systematic search of the area and recovered 18 bags of heroin and parts of broken syringes in a sewer and in the area of the dumpster. Police K-9 dogs from the DuPage County Sheriff and the Elmhurst Police Department responded to the scene to search the area, but did not locate any additional contraband.

Due to the nature of this incident, police are asking that parents and students of Fischer Elementary (which is contiguous to the middle school property) and Churchville be vigilant for any contraband or suspicious items on school property and if observed, to immediately notify school officials or police by calling 9-1-1.