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Huntley Police Blotter: Two Arrested on DUI Charges, with Blood Alcohol Over .08

Huntley police release reports.

 

Huntley police released the following reports from Aug. 7-11:

  • The windows on a transport vehicle were damaged in the 10600 block of Wolf Drive on Aug. 7, police said.
  • A wallet and electronic accessories were stolen from a motor vehicle parked in the 11700 block of Woodcreek Drive on Aug. 7, according to police reports.
  • Edwin Ayala, 48, of 6214 Crescent Drive, Huntley, was charged with driving under the influence of alcohol and driving under the influence of alcohol with a blood alcohol level over .08 on Aug. 7, police said. Ayala posted bond and was released with a McHenry County court date of Sept. 28.
  • Julie E. Webb, 28, of 1624 Poplar Lane, Woodstock, was charged with driving under the influence of alcohol, driving under the influence of alcohol with a blood alcohol over .08 and cited with improper lane use and display of expired registration on Aug. 11, police said. Webb posted bond and was released with a McHenry County court date of Sept. 28.
  • Two Elginites were arrested on a theft charge on Aug. 11, police said. Araceli Cervantes, 36, of 653 Dean St. #8 and Jesus M. Mora, 41, of 1397 Cimmeron Court, Elgin were each charged with attempted theft.  Both subjects bond and were released with a Kane County court date of Sept. 3.
  • A metallic sign was stolen from the driver’s side door of a vehicle parked near the intersection of Main and Church streets on Aug. 11, according to reports.

 

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.

Anitra Willis August 15, 2012 at 01:17 PM
I was on a ride-a-long on Sat. night and was able to experience first hand the integrity and professionalism of our Huntley Police Dept. If you've ever wondered what it's like to be a police officer, call them and schedule a ride-a-long.
Gloria Casas (Editor) August 16, 2012 at 04:07 AM
Hi Anitra, Thanks for commenting. I remember my first ride-a-long. I was taking a journalism class and rode around with a Carpentersville police officer. We ended up dealing with a lost dog.

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