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Local News

July 28, 2013

Police Reports

Incidents reported to police include:

Danville

July 20:

Forgery/theft/deceptive practice at Wal-Mart, 4101 N. Vermilion St.

Wednesday:

Residential burglary/theft in the 500 block of Harvey Street.

Thursday:

Criminal damage to property in the 800 block of Meyers Street.

Friday:

Criminal damage in the 200 block of Delaware Avenue.

Criminal damage in the 200 block of West English Street.

Criminal damage to a vehicle in the 600 block of Commercial Steret.

Stolen vehicle, a 1995 Ford Taurus, at Walgreen’s, 300 W. Fairchild St.

Residential burglary/theft on Long Road.

Domestic battery in the 1600 block of East Fairchild Street.

Danville male arrested in connection with theft in the 1200 block of East Fairchild Street.

Theft at Jackson and Sidell streets.

Criminal damage to property in the 900 block of Campbell Street.

Criminal damage in the 1000 block of Grove Street.

Male arrested in connection with domestic battery in the 1000 block of James Street.

Burglary to an automobile in the 300 block of Lynch Drive.

Criminal damage to property in the 1200 block of East Main Street.

Friday:

Danville male given a notice to appear in court for possession of cannabis in the 1900 block of East Fairchild Street.

Home invasion in the 400 block of East English Street.

Danville male given a notice to appear in court for possession of cannabis at Madison and Washington streets.

Vermilion County

Friday:

Stolen vehicle off 980 East Road in Catlin.

Criminal damage to property in rural East Lynn.

Theft in Collison.

Criminal damage to property in Vermilion Grove, off 400 North Road.

Friday:

Residential burglary in the 200 block of Moore Street in Westville.

Crime Stoppers pays rewards up to $1,000 for information on felony crimes or fugitives in the Vermilion County area. The Crime Stoppers can be reached at 446-TIPS or an anonymous e-mail left at www.vccrimestoppers.org.

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