Police Blotter 10-25-10

Champaign

Forgery and theft of lost property was reported at Firehaus, 708 S. Sixth St., on Sept. 29.

According to the report, the victim said an unknown suspect cashed a check belonging to him.

Burglary from motor vehicle was reported at the 400 block of East Springfield Street on Thursday.

According to the report, the unknown suspect broke a window to gain entry and stole a GPS device.

Three notices to appear for possession of alcohol on public property were given in a parking lot at the 500 block of East John Street on Thursday.

According to the report, the three males were homeless.

Criminal damage to property was given at the 400 block of East Healey Street on Thursday.

According to the report, an unknown suspect threw a bottle at the window of the victim’s residence, breaking his window.

Urbana

A 39-year-old man from Fremont, Ohio, was arrested for theft and possession of stolen property at Highdive, 51 East Main St., on Saturday.

According to the report, the suspect took the victim’s purse and was later arrested.

Criminal damage to property was reported at the 700 block of South Wright Street on Oct. 21.

According to the report, an unknown suspect pushed his motorcycle over, damaging the left side.

University

A 19-year-old man from Champaign was arrested for theft at the Illini Union Bookstore, 809 S. Wright St., in Champaign on Thursday.

According to the report, the offender stole eight textbooks valued at nearly $1,100 from the store and sold them to TIS College Bookstore, 707 S. Sixth St., in Champaign.

Aggravated assault was reported at the 600 block of East Daniel Street, in Champaign, on Oct. 22 before midnight.

According to the report, the victim was walking down the south sidewalk of Daniel Street between Wright and Sixth streets when he was briefly confronted by a group approaching from the north, one of whom called out to the victim and pointed a handgun at the victim’s face, making unintelligible remarks. The victim continued to walk away as the group of five males and two females between 18 to 19 years old continued walking, making unintelligible remarks.

Compiled by Brendan Denison