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Barrington police blotter

Published: Tuesday, July 1, 2014 7:41 a.m. CDT

People found in RV

A resident found two people staying in their RV parked in the rear of their driveway Friday.

DUI

Christopher Liefel, 23, of 800 block of Lilac Drive, Algonquin, was arrested June 20 for driving under the influence of alcohol with a blood-alcohol content more than 0.08, failure to yield turning left, speeding, improper turn from intersection, improper passing at railroad crossing and driving in the wrong lane at Main and Spring streets.

Suspended license

Jordan Teegarden, 25, of Bonnie Court, St. Charles, was arrested June 18 on a charge of driving on a suspended license, obstructed windshield, failure to wear a seat belt and no insurance at Routes 59 and 14.

Driving without a license

Georgina Perez-Mendez, 28, of the 600 block of Heritage Court, Mechanicsburg, Pa., was arrested June 29 on a charge of driving without a valid driver’s license, speeding and driving without insurance at Route 59 and Columbus Lane.

Property damage

Police responded June 22 to the 500 block of Concord Lane for possible damage to a residence, cars and trees which had been toilet papered and had food items smeared on the front door, siding, front porch furniture and the hood and door handles of vehicles.

A garage door glass window was discovered broken Saturday at Barrington Public Works, 300 Raymond Ave.

Theft

An electric bicycle was reported stolen Friday in the 100 block of West Northwest Highway.

Identity theft

A resident of the 400 block of Whitney Drive reported identity theft June 27.

Trespassing

Jacob Hailstrom, 18, of Upper Pond Road, South Barrington, and Katarina Haller, 18, of Creekside Lane, Barrington Hills, were arrested June 27 on a charge of criminal trespass to a motor vehicle at 219 Applebee St.

Domestic problem

Police responded Saturday to the 200 block of North Hough Street for a domestic problem.

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