Huntley police released the following reports:
- Three vending machines were broken into in the 11800 block of Factory Shops Blvd. on Oct. 22, police said.
- A generator, a chain and lock were reported stolen from a construction site in the 10300 block of Dundee Road on Oct. 24, police said.
- Stephen A. Tolvstad, 46, of 2041 Willow Brooke #2B, Woodstock, was arrested on an outstanding McHenry County warrant on Oct. 24, according to reports. Tolvstad posted bond and was released with a McHenry County court date of November 12.
- A candle and watch were stolen from a residence in the 12900 block of Willowcreek Drive on Oct. 26, police said.
- Cash and jewelry were reported stolen from a home in the 11300 block of Caldwell Drive on Oct. 26, Huntley police said.
- A 16-year-old male from Huntley was arrested for consumption of alcohol by a minor, resisting or obstructing a peace officer and aggravated battery to a peace officer on Oct. 26, police said. The juvenile will be petitioned into McHenry County juvenile court.
- Jason J. Schneider, 37, of 5502 May, Richmond, was arrested on three counts of domestic battery on Oct. 27, police said. Schneider was transported to McHenry County Jail to await bond call.
- A burglary to motor vehicle report was taken in the 9900 block of Chetwood on Oct. 27, according to police.
- Three 16-year-old olds, two from Huntley and one from Lake in the Hills, were arrested Oct. 28, police said.
- A 16-year-old boy from Huntley was charged with consumption of alcohol by a minor, according to reports. In the same incident a 16-year-old from Lake in the Hills was charged with consumption of alcohol by a minor and possession of cannabis, according to reports. Another 16-year- old boy from Huntley was charged with possession of cannabis, possession of tobacco by a minor and consumption of alcohol by a minor, reports stated. All of the juveniles were issued notices to appear in McHenry County court on November 19 and were released to their parents.
All individuals listed as arrested or charged with a crime in this press release are presumed innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.