Safe Community - Safe DuPage

Safe DuPage is a community organization founded by Naperville City Councilman Kevin Coyne in 2020. The aim of Safe DuPage is to promote the public safety and welfare of DuPage County residents through education and advocacy on issues relating to crime and drug abuse.

Reduce incidents of violent crime, with particular emphasis on avoidable gun violence, and which involves repeat criminal offenders.

Address the clear failings of the Cook County criminal justice system and the harm those failures have on the residents of both Cook County and the counties that border Cook County...including DuPage County. Half of all violent crime occurring in DuPage County is committed by an offender that maintains an address in Cook County.

Address social inequity, namely the disproportionate degree to which minorities and the economically disadvantaged are victimized by gun violence and other crime.

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Chicago has had more murders this year then New York City and Los Angelas COMBINED. ... See MoreSee Less

Chicago has had more murders this year then New York City and Los Angelas COMBINED.

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We’re Number One

Way to go Chicago!

Defund the police?

Recorded as COVID, problem solved.

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Did you know? A firefighter's turnout gear adds an extra 50+ pounds to them? That doesn't include any tools or equipment they might be carrying. That is one of the reasons our firefighters add fitness to their daily schedules. Enjoy your weekend! #StaySafeNaperville

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GET TESTED! The Illinois Department of Public Health is bringing its mobile COVID-19 Testing unit to Aurora this weekend.

Get your FREE test from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Saturday, August 1 at Phillips Park, 1000 Ray Moses Drive.

No appointments are needed for this drive-thru and walk-up site:
• Testing is free
• Open to everyone, regardless of symptoms
• Photo ID requested
• Nasal swab testing will be conducted
• Results are expected in 3 to 7 days.

* * * This one-day community-based testing site is provided in addition to the other regular testing sites in Aurora, including the Chicago Premium Outlet Mall, VNA Healthcare, local pharmacies, etc.**
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Why would I get tested if I am healthy??? So someday an insurance company can deny me benefits if I show no symptoms but test positive...not a chance

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Stay Safe DuPage. COVID-19 testing is available in DuPage County!

The COVID-19 Drive-Thru Testing Site at the DuPage County Complex is open Tuesday through Saturday from 7 am until the daily 400 test limit is reached.

No appointment, symptoms or insurance is necessary.

Please note: Updates regarding short wait times or early closures will be posted on our social media accounts.

Learn more at www.dupagehealth.org/601/COVID-19-Testing

#coronavirus #covid19testing #dupagehealth #protectdupage #dupagecounty
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Timeline PhotosToday, we're releasing crime statistics for the first six months of 2020 to help increase awareness among residents as to what's occurring in town. Overall, Part I and Part II crimes are down in the first half of this year, but one place we've seen an increase is robberies and burglaries. Please remember to lock up your belongings and report suspicious activity immediately to 911!

Read the full report here: ow.ly/igA350AEkN6
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Timeline PhotosWe recently posted an opening for a community service officer. Visit www.naperville.il.us/careers for more information or to apply online! ... See MoreSee Less

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Nice story out of Georgia.We are deeply appreciative to these three inmates for the courage, determination and kindness they displayed when they came to the rescue of our deputy who recently suffered a medical emergency while supervising a jail housing unit.

The inmates noticed our deputy appeared to be feeling poorly as he conducted his security procedures in the housing unit. Although they were locked in their cells, they kept an eye on him as he returned to his seat at the deputy desk, where he lost consciousness and fell onto the concrete floor, splitting his head open.

The inmates whose rooms were close enough to see what was happening began pounding on their doors. Soon the entire unit was thundering with noise as many inmates pounded on the doors shouting for our deputy who lay unconscious and heavily bleeding on the floor.

Our deputy later stated that while he did not realize he'd been unconscious, he became aware of what sounded like pounding drums and could hear inmates shouting his name over and over. He immediately thought an inmate needed help and somehow managed to rise to his feet and press the control panel to open cell doors.

Three inmates rushed out of their rooms to render aid to our deputy, who lost consciousness once again. The inmates sought help with the use of the deputy's desk phone and his radio. Their efforts were successful and help arrived almost immediately. We're happy to report that our deputy survived the harrowing incident and is recovering at home until he can return to duty.

These inmates came to his aid because our deputy, like most law enforcement officers, treats people with the dignity they deserve. These inmates had no obligation whatsoever to render aid to a bleeding, vulnerable deputy, but they didn't hesitate. Many people have strong opinions about law enforcement officers and criminals, but this incident clearly illustrates the potential goodness found in both.

We're proud of our deputy, whose strong desire to serve gave him the strength to activate the door release when he believed an inmate needed his help. In doing so, he released his rescuers. We're proud of them, too. Thank you.
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***LOCATED***
Missing person was located on today’s date and is safe and getting the appropriate help at this time. Thanks to all that called with information.

***UPDATE****07/28/2020
Received information that Michael was seen on 07/25/20 riding his bike in the area of Indian Trail/Mitchell Rd. by the DMV. Please call the Aurora Police Department if you see Michael or have any further information.
***MISSING PERSON***
The Aurora Police Department is looking for the public's help in locating missing person Michael Beese. Michael is a male Caucasian, 32 yoa, 5'10 165 lbs, green eyes, brown hair. He was last seen wearing a black t-shirt, with the text "UNI Athletics or UNI Track and Field on the front in white letters and wearing jeans. Michael was last seen on 07/24/20 at 11:00 am in the area of Ogden Av/Longmeadow Dr. near the Honda Dealership and Super 8 Motel. If you locate Michael or have any information on his whereabouts, please call the Aurora Police Department Investigations Division 630-256-5500 or dial 911
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2 weeks ago

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APD NEWS RELEASE: UNEMPLOYMENT DEBIT CARD SCAM

The Aurora Police Department has received multiple reports from Aurora residents who have received a debit card for unemployment claims they did not file. Most of these reports involve a debit card issued to the victim from KeyBank via the Illinois Department of Employment Security (IDES).
According to IDES, unemployment systems across the country are seeing an increase in fraud of unemployment insurance programs during the COVID-19 pandemic. IDES is also working with local and federal law enforcement authorities to investigate, pursue, and prosecute those who are defrauding the unemployment insurance system. According to IDES, an individual who has not filed an unemployment claim but has received a debit card or an unemployment insurance (UI) finding letter in the mail has most likely been the target of fraud. An individual’s personal identifying information being used by fraudsters to file an unemployment claim is likely due to a prior cyber hack or data breach, such as the Equifax breach. It is imperative that individuals take the following steps if they have not filed an unemployment claim and have erroneously received an unemployment debit card or UI finding letter in the mail:

1. Immediately call IDES at 800.814.0513 and when prompted: * Select the English or Spanish language option * Selection option 1 for claimants * Selection option 5 to report identity theft
2. Do not activate the debit card that was mailed to you
3. File a police report with the Aurora Police Department
4. File an online complaint with the Federal Trade Commission at Identitytheft.gov

If you suspect you have been a victim of this scam, please contact the Aurora Police Department at (630) 256-5000 or come to the Aurora Police Department to file a report with our front desk officer.
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Thank you to our States Attorney Bob Berlin for fighting to keep our streets safe from drunk and/or high drivers. The case referenced in his post is a heartbreaking one that involved the loss of a young girl’s life to an intoxicated driver.After asking for the maximum 14 year sentence but only half of that being handed down by the judge, this tragic case has exposed what I believe to be inadequate sentencing parameters available to the Court that do not equate the loss with the punishment.

Workers in construction zones rightfully enjoy enhanced protection from reckless and drunk drivers, and I believe our children deserve similar, if not stronger, protections. That is why I will be introducing legislation in Beth Dunlap's honor that will further protect our children when going to and leaving school. #RememberBeth #SchoolSafety #PublicSafety #DuPageCounty

Story: www.bobberlin.com/news/downers-grove-dui-sentenced
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Thank you to our States Attorney Bob Berlin for fighting to keep our streets safe from drunk and/or high drivers. The case referenced in his post is a heartbreaking one that involved the loss of a young girl’s life to an intoxicated driver.

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More national recognition for Chicago. It is unacceptable that Cook County elected officials refuse to enforce law and order. Public safety should be their priority. ... See MoreSee Less

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Lay this issue at the feet of Kim foxx and Toni Lynn Preckwinkle. The mayor has very little influence on criminal charges, prosecution and incarceration. The mayor is a political opponent of these two

A disgrace!

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Quit calling them protestors, they are terrorists

Yes! Enough is enough! Just horrible.🤬

Yes

Well that is Chicago

3 weeks ago

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We are excited to announce our next event! We will have an all star panel of DuPage County judges offer updates on how courthouse procedures have been impacted by the COVID pandemic and how DuPage County is assuring justice for all during this unprecedented time. Our discussion will be moderated by Naperville City Councilman Kevin Coyne. This will be a Facebook Live event and open to anyone. Join us! ... See MoreSee Less

We are excited to announce our next event! We will have an all star panel of DuPage County judges offer updates on how courthouse procedures have been impacted by the COVID pandemic and how DuPage County is assuring justice for all during this unprecedented time. Our discussion will be moderated by Naperville City Councilman Kevin Coyne. This will be a Facebook Live event and open to anyone. Join us!

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God commanded us to appoint righteous judges. It is a duty of every Judeo-Christian to appoint judges in the land God has given you that will not take bribes or corrupt the law. Deuteronomy 16:18-19 “You shall appoint judges and officers in all your towns that the LORD your God is giving you, according to your tribes, and they shall judge the people with righteous judgment. You shall not pervert justice. You shall not show partiality, and you shall not accept a bribe, for a bribe blinds the eyes of the wise and subverts the cause of the righteous.

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Thank you for sharing! 💙

3 weeks ago

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‪#APD Incident: Aurora Police is on the scene of a bank robbery investigation at Downer and Broadway.

The FBI has been requested to the scene. Because bank robberies are a federal crime, the FBI is the primary agency charged with investigating them. APD will assist our federal law enforcement partners with their investigation.
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I'm K9 and my 9 years of service, Today i retire 🙂😘😘 Say one word for this hero 💖 ... See MoreSee Less

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You are my hero and I respect you.

Good boy!

3 weeks ago

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Something fun to do in Lisle!Something fun to do this weekend....We partnered with Lisle Park District, Lisle District 202, Village of Lisle, Lisle Township, and Lisle Library District to have a drive in movie. Space is limited and you must pre register.
You can register here: etrak-sw1.com/etrak/cp?org=81
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Something fun to do in Lisle!

3 weeks ago

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PSA from the Naperville Police Department.In the months of May and June, 86 burglaries to motor vehicles were reported in Naperville. That’s 23 more than what we’ve seen on average over the last three years.

Burglaries to motor vehicle are often crimes of opportunity that can oftentimes be deterred by simply locking your doors! So, please remember to #LockItOrLoseIt and be sure to remove your key fob, garage door opener and any items of value from the vehicle.
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PSA from the Naperville Police Department.

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Our County K9s are always ready to serve and protect 🇺🇸We appreciate all of our friends at DuPage County Animal Services. They take such good care of our K9 Officers, making sure they have all their proper shots and care. From left to right, here, we have Xena, Raven, Odin and Merit. ... See MoreSee Less

Our County K9s are always ready to serve and protect 🇺🇸

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This was a terrible crime. Thank you to our States Attorney’s office for bringing justice to the victims family.DuPage County State’s Attorney Robert B. Berlin announced today that James Aydelotte, 23, (d.o.b. 7/1/1997) formerly of Glen Ellyn, has been sentenced to thirty years in the Illinois Department of Corrections (IDOC) for the 2017 murder of forty-nine-year-old John Murray of Glendale Heights. On October 1, 2019, Aydelotte entered a blind plea of guilty the murder in front of Judge Alex McGimpsey, who accepted his plea. In exchange for his guilty plea, the State agreed to cap its sentencing recommendation at forty-five years in the IDOC.
On January 17, 2017, at approximately 6:40 p.m., DuPage County Sheriff’s deputies responded to a 911 call on the 200 block of Mildred lane in unincorporated Glen Ellyn. Upon their arrival, deputies found Murray injured and unresponsive. An investigation into the matter revealed that Murray was visiting with Aydelotte when the two men got into a verbal argument. At some point in time, the argument turned physical with Aydelotte striking Murray in the face. The investigation also found that Aydelotte stomped on Murray’s head and also cut Murray in the leg with a knife. Murray was transported to a local hospital where he passed away from his injuries the following day. Aydelotte was taken into custody at this time and has remained in custody at the DuPage County Jail since on a bond of $4 million with 10% to apply.
“Nearly three-and-a-half years ago, James Aydelotte brutally murdered John Murray,” Berlin said. “After punching him in the face, stabbing him in the leg and stomping on his head, Mr. Aydelotte then lied to authorities claiming Mr. Murray’s injuries were due to a fall down the stairs. This afternoon, Judge McGimpsey gave Mr. Aydelotte a well-earned thirty-year sentence. While the sentenced handed down today will not bring John back to those who loved him, perhaps it will help them in some way as they continue their lives knowing that the man responsible his murder will spend the next three decades of this life behind bars. I would like to thank Assistant State’s Attorneys Kristin Sullivan and Sean Kinsella for their work in holding Mr. Aydelotte responsible for the murder of John Murray.”
Aydelotte will be required to serve 100% of his sentence before being eligible for parole.
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This was a terrible crime. Thank you to our States Attorney’s office for bringing justice to the victims family.

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Thank you Bob Berlin!“Public safety is the top priority of my office and law enforcement in DuPage County will use the full force of the law to keep our residents, streets and communities safe, regardless of a defendant’s age,” said Berlin.

Full story at: www.bobberlin.com/news/juvenile-that-confronted-downers-grove-residents
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Thank you Bob Berlin!

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Shots fired in Woodridge last week. Details below.🚨 News release: Woodridge Police Investigate Shooting

• Officers responded to reports of multiple shots fired on July 1 at 11:29 p.m.
• Two people sustained non-life-threatening injuries
• The preliminary investigation indicates that this was a targeted incident

WOODRIDGE, Ill., July 2, 2020: Woodridge police officers responded to the area near Janes Ave. and Waterbury Dr. for multiple reports of shots fired on July 1 at 11:29 p.m. Upon arrival, officers located a shooting victim, applied first aid, and the Lisle-Woodridge Fire Department transported the victim to Bolingbrook Hospital.

An additional victim – who had sustained non-life-threatening injuries – had transported himself to Bolingbrook Hospital. Both victims had received non-life-threatening injuries. The Lisle Police Department, Darien Police Department, and Bolingbrook Police Department assisted at the scene.

The preliminary investigation indicates that the offender targeted the victims. Woodridge Police Department detectives are currently investigating this incident, and updates will follow as they develop.

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Shots fired in Woodridge last week. Details below.

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Another hit and run in Aurora. Please contact Aurora PD should you have any information.#APD News Release: MAN KILLED AFTER BEING STRUCK BY TWO VEHICLES IN HIT AND RUN CRASH ON CITY’S EAST SIDE

The Aurora Police Department is investigating after a man was killed after being struck by two vehicles on the city’s east side.

Just before 10:00 p.m., Aurora’s 911 Center received reports of a person struck by a vehicle on Ogden Avenue just west of Long Grove Drive. Aurora Police officers and the Aurora Fire Department arrived on the scene and found a man lying in the roadway. Paramedics attempted to perform lifesaving measures, but unfortunately pronounced the man dead on the scene.

Responding officers immediately began gathering information and learned witnesses saw two vehicles strike the man. The first vehicle pulled off into a nearby parking lot and waited to speak to officers, but the other vehicle fled the scene. Officers are currently following up on leads to locate the second vehicle.

Aurora Police’s Traffic Division responded to the scene to begin conducting an investigation into the crash. Traffic investigators used state-of-the-art drone technology to create a 3D digital map of the scene that allows investigators to see specific details and measurements of the scene.

Ogden Avenue remained closed between South Frontenac Street and Village Green Drive while traffic investigators reconstructed the accident. Emergency Volunteer Service members from Aurora’s Emergency Management Agency provided light trucks and street blockades to assist with road closures and scene lighting.

The investigation into the circumstances of the crash is on-going. Anyone with information about the accident is asked to call the Aurora Police Department’s Traffic Division at 630-256-5330 or call Crime Stoppers at 630-892-1000 to report information anonymously.

Crime Stoppers offers cash rewards up to $5,000 and anonymity to citizens who furnish information leading to the arrest of felony crime offenders and the capture of felony fugitives.
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Another hit and run in Aurora. Please contact Aurora PD should you have any information.

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Thank you to the Naperville Police Department!We arrested a man for criminal sexual abuse last week following an investigation into inappropriate contact he had with an underage female he met on Snapchat.

Parents, please talk to your children about the dangers of interacting with strangers on social media.

Read the full release: ow.ly/ts7o50Atjko
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Thank you to the Naperville Police Department!

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Timeline PhotosA several months-long investigation by NPD's High Technology Crimes Unit led to the July 6 arrest of a Naperville man on 14 counts of possession and distribution of child pornography. Read the full press release here: www.naperville.il.us/2020-news-articles/police-arrest-naperville-man-for-possession-and-distribut... ... See MoreSee Less

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***Update for shooting that occurred on Picton Rd.***
We want to provide a brief update on the incident which took place on the 27th of June 2020 at Picton and Roselle Roads.

All of the Roselle Investigators have been and are assigned to investigate this complex case. Our department is being assisted by investigators from MERIT of DuPage and the DuPage County State’s Attorney’s Office. We are actively pursuing all leads in this case to bring those responsible for this incident to justice. We would like to reiterate what was said on the 27th, this is an isolated incident, and does not present any danger to the residents of Roselle.
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Our deepest condolences to our brothers and sisters of the Bloomingdale Police Department and to Officer McGhee on the passing of K9 Kane. Kane not only serviced his own town, but had assisted numerous other surrounding agencies on several occasions and had touched the lives of hundreds of people. Kane has with no doubt made a long lasting impact on the safety of all our communities in making them a better place. Rest easy Kane. E.O.W. 06/30/2020.

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Thank you to everyone that joined us yesterday for our patriotic kickoff to the Fourth of July! A perfect day to honor and celebrate our country, our military, and our local heroes in law enforcement that have done so much to keep Naperville one of the safest communities in America.

Special thanks to Raquel Mitchell for performing our national anthem and to Colin Gavin for playing God Bless America and America the beautiful on bag pipes. Both did an amazing job!

Thank you to co-moderators Naperville City Councilman Kevin Coyne and to Naperville's Lisa Gangi. Our speakers included DuPage States Attorney Bob Berlin, Congressional Candidate Jeanne Ives, State Rep Grant Wehrli, DuPage Recorder Candidate Babette Holder, DuPage Judges Jim McCluskey and Rick Felice, 203 School Board Member Paul Leong, Community Leader Krishna Bansal, Radio Personality Stephanie Trussell, and State Senators John Curran and Jim Oberweiss. All did a tremendous job speaking to the greatness of America and to the importance that both law and order and good policing have to our communities.

Thank you to the Naperville Park District for accommodating our event and to our community for the strong showing of support! Let's continue to work together to make DuPage County safe and welcoming for all of our residents. God Bless America! Kevin CoyneRotary Hill, Naperville
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Where was our Mayor? He kneels with the protesters but doesnt come out to show support for our law enforcement?

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I see some great patriotic outfits!

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Huge thank you to everyone that joined us this morning to Celebrate or Heroes! So many great pictures of our speakers and attendees. Thank you to our veterans, to our police, and to everyone working to make their communities stronger and safer! Everyone have a safe and happy Fourth of July! Kevin Coyne ... See MoreSee Less

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Let's play! The playgrounds at 63rd Street, Castaldo, Ide’s Grove East, Janes, Seven Bridges, Summerhill and Sunnydale Parks are open. The remaining playgrounds will open later this week (weather permitting). Please follow these guidelines which will be posted at the playgrounds. Drinking fountains and portable toilets are unavailable until further notice. Play safe, Woodridge! #woodridgelivesforfun ... See MoreSee Less

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Amen! Me too!

Amen

Amen! That's what many of us were taught as children

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4th of July Kickoff!

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Timeline PhotosThe July 4 fireworks display will take place at Frontier Sports Complex this year. Visit ow.ly/1Z8e50AcQqO for more details about the event, including a joint statement from the City of Naperville, Naperville Park District and Naperville Responds For Veterans about the decision to relocate the event this year. ... See MoreSee Less

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We wanted to thank the individual who dropped off bottled water and granola bars for our officers who were working outside today at the Unity Rally at Frontier Park. It was a great family event that allowed us to meet and talk with some fantastic members of the community. ... See MoreSee Less

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Home invasion in downtown Naperville last night. Thank you to the police for quickly apprehending the suspect.PRESS RELEASE: Naperville Police Arrest Subject for Home Invasion

On Sunday, June 28, 2020 at approximately 3:16 a.m., Naperville Police responded to a 911 call in the 300 block of Spring Avenue reference a report of a resident who awoke to find a male subject at the foot of her bed armed with an edged weapon. The suspect fled the home and was located a short distance away by police.

Peter W. Purduski, 18, of the 800 block of Webster Street in Naperville, was arrested and charged with one (1) count of Home Invasion, a class X Felony.

Preliminary investigation indicates the suspect entered the home through an unlocked door. The Naperville Police Department would like to remind residents of the importance of securing their homes and vehicles.

Mr. Purduski was transported to the DuPage County Jail to await a bond hearing. On Monday, June 29, his bail was set at $150,000 with 10% to apply. If anyone has additional information regarding this investigation, they are encouraged to contact the Naperville Police Department at (630) 420-6666 and ask for the Investigations Division.

The Naperville Police wish to remind the public and the news media that a charge is merely an accusation, and a defendant is presumed innocent unless proven guilty.

Read the full release: www.naperville.il.us/2020-news-articles/naperville-police-arrest-subject-for-home-invasion/
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Home invasion in downtown Naperville last night. Thank you to the police for quickly apprehending the suspect.

1 month ago

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Thank you to the many law officers who protect all people, whether Black, Latinex, Trans, Women, Poor.I'd love to see a coalition of police officers pushing for systemic change from the inside, related to abuse of power, profiling, and outright murder of our Black and Brown brothers and sisters. We know most officers live to serve. But even 1% who abuse the system amounts to thousands. I honor those who protect us and call for them to refuse to be silent about those who don't.

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4th of July Kickoff!