The Commercial-News, Danville, IL

Local News

October 18, 2013

Police Report

Incidents reported to police include:



Theft in the unit block of East Newell Road.


Battery in the 500 block of Porter Street.

Battery in the 100 block of North Franklin Street.

Domestic battery at North Vermilion and Penn streets.


Prowler in the 100 block West Clay Street.

Criminal trespassing in the 100 block of Bremer.

Stolen vehicle in the 600 block of Sherman Street.

Burglary to vehicle in the 800 block of North Logan Avenue.

Theft at Kmart, 2721 N. Vermilion St.

Burglary at Kmart, 2721 N. Vermilion St.

Forgery in the 200 block of North Gilbert Street.

Theft of $30.01 in gas from Casey’s, 845 E. Voorhees St.

Theft in the 15000 block of Lee Street.

Criminal damage in the 800 block of North Logan Avenue.

Deceptive practice during a traffic stop at North Vermilion and English streets.


Aggravated assault in the 900 block of Fowler.

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Residential burglary in the 300 block of East Tenth Street, Georgetown.


Theft of government property at Oakwood Village Hall, 106 S. Scott St.

Domestic battery and resisting arrest in the 800 block of East Seminary Street, Hoopeston.

Aggravated battery in the 500 block of East Fifth Street.

Violation of order of protection in the unit block of Delta, Oakwood.

Obstructing a police officer and disorderly conduct in the 1300 block of Hodge Street, Tilton.

Domestic dispute in the unit block of West Railroad Street, Alvin.


Domestic battery in the 200 block of Mack, Georgetown.

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