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Woodstock police reports for May 29, 2014

Published: Thursday, May 29, 2014 1:50 p.m. CDT

• Jose P. Ortiz-Perez, 19, 162 Wheeler St., Woodstock, was charged Thursday, May 1, with driving under the influence, driving under the influence of drugs, improper lane use and driving with a suspended license.

• Peggy S. Leonard, 50, 502 N. Madison St., Woodstock, was charged Saturday, May 3, with violation of a no stalking order.

• Andres Salinas Jr., 20, 1431 Cord Grass Trail, Woodstock, was charged Tuesday, May 6, with two counts driving under the influence, improper lane use and driving without insurance.

• Thomas D. Breig, 19, 9906 N. Route 14, Harvard, was charged Tuesday, May 6, with aggravated assault and criminal damage to property.

• Andrew James Jacobs, 24, 348 N. Madison St., Woodstock, was charged Thursday, May 8, with obstructing a peace officer.

• Kenneth B. Hendry, 29, 110 Virginia St., Crystal Lake, was charged Thursday, May 8, with endangering the life of a child and two counts of domestic battery.

• Thomas Charles Shaw, 62, homeless, Woodstock, was charged Friday, May 9, with trespass to railroad property.

• Arthur W. Anderson, 61, transient, Woodstock, was charged Saturday, May 10, with resisting a peace officer.

• Timothy M. VanHorn, 37, 4313 Bertrand Lane, Beach Park, was charged Sunday, May 11, with driving under the influence, driving with blood alcohol content greater than 0.08, speeding and driving without a license.

• Cheri A. Henderson, 21, 1810 Powers Road, Woodstock, was charged Sunday, May 11, with driving under the influence, driving with blood alcohol content greater than 0.08, improper lane use and driving with expired registration.

• Thomas Zachery O'Leary, 24, 1932 Busse Road, Marengo, was charged Sunday, May 11, with driving under the influence and improper lane use.

• Vincent James Donelli, 30, homeless, Woodstock, was charged Monday, May 12, with trespass to railroad property.

• Alexis Semiletow, 37, 2381 Linden Drive, Woodstock, was charged Wednesday, May 14, with aggravated domestic battery and two counts of domestic battery.

• Aries Ray Caliph, 22, 936 McKinley Ave., Beloit, Wisconsin, was charged Wednesday, May 14, with retail theft.

• Victor O. Diaz, 18, 305 Birch St., Woodstock, was charged Thursday, May 15, with reckless driving and no license on person.

• Scott Ryan Suchodolski, 41, 4601 Newport Lane, Island Lake, was charged Saturday, May 17, with driving under the influence, driving without insurance, improper lane use and improper turn signal.

• John H. Edgerton, 64, 319 Becking Ave., Woodstock, was charged Sunday, May 18, with driving under the influence, driving with blood alcohol content greater than 0.08, possession of drug paraphernalia, possession of marijuana, improper lane use, failure to signal and driving without insurance.

• David Edward Raske, 25, transient, Woodstock, was charged Sunday, May 18, with trespass to railroad property.

• David Eli Castillo, 56, transient, Woodstock, was charged Sunday, May 18, with consumption of alcohol in business district.

• Martin Munoz, 23, 521 Burbank Ave., Woodstock, was charged Monday, May 19, with driving under the influence, driving with a suspended license, driving with blood alcohol content greater than 0.08, improper lane use and driving without insurance.

• Benjamin R. Abney, 30, 3004 Harrow Gate, Woodstock, was charged Saturday, May 24, with driving under the influence, improper lane use and driving without insurance.

• Tina M. Hanson, 45, 3811 Bunker Hill Drive, Algonquin, was charged Sunday, May 25, with driving under the influence, driving without insurance and driving without lights.

• Timothy M. Sweers, 26, W162N10964 Friars Court, Germantown, Wisconsin, was charged Monday, May 26, with driving under the influence, driving with blood alcohol content greater than 0.08 and disregarding a traffic control device.

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