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Police reports for Monday, May 19, 2014

Published: Monday, May 19, 2014 1:15 a.m. CST

John R. Powell, 52, of Polo; 5:58 p.m. Friday at Sterling Police Department; Whiteside County warrant; posted $300.

Alejandra L. Velazquez, 21, of Sterling; 9 p.m. Friday at East 15th Street and Sixth Avenue; DUI, hit and run, driving while suspended, obstructing ID, no insurance, illegal transportation of alcohol; given notice to appear in court.

Anthony P. Noto, 33, of Sterling; 12:13 a.m. Saturday at East Sixth Street and Locust, failure to signal; posted driver’s license.

Linda K. Barber, 62, of Sterling; 10:34 a.m. Saturday at East Fifth Street and Third Avenue; disobeying a stop sign; posted driver’s license.

Joshua D. Kraynik, 22, of Roscoe; 5:06 p.m. Saturday at Northland Mall; no valid driver’s license, no insurance, defective exhaust; given notice to appear in court.

Dixon Police

Zachary R. Sawyer, 19, of Sterling; 11 a.m. Friday in the 100 block of Keul Road; no insurance, driving while suspended, possession of drug paraphernalia; issued individual bond.

State Police

Bradley J. Feltham, 49, and Walter W. Huhn, 54, both of Aurora; 8:29 p.m. Friday on Interstate 39 in Ogle County; Feltham for DUI, aggravated DUI, illegal transportation of alcohol, no insurance, no valid driver’s license, no seat belt; Huhn for possession of marijuana, 30 to 500 grams, possession of marijuana with intent to deliver, possession of drug paraphernalia, illegal transportation of alcohol; both taken to Ogle County Jail.

Hector M. Torres, 20, of Arlington Heights; 3:37 p.m. Saturday on Interstate 39 in Lee County; speeding, no valid driver’s license; issued individual bond and given notice to appear in court.

Kwon So Jung, 19, of Coralville, Iowa; 1:55 p.m. Saturday at Interstate 88 in Whiteside County; speeding, no valid driver’s license; issued individual bond and given notice to appear in court.

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