Police beat

Hinsdale police released the following reports Jan. 3 and 9.

Trespass to vehicle arrests

Hinsdale police arrested four individuals for criminal trespass to vehicle in connection with a Dec. 1 incident at Continental Motors, 420 E. Ogden Ave.

They are Rahul Nair, 19, 928 Thomas Ave., and Donnie Valdez, 18, 916 Elgin Ave., both of Forest Park; and Lathan Fields, 18, 1194 S. Kenilworth Ave., and Terrell L. Herron, 18, 328 Wisconsin Ave., both of Oak Park.

Police were dispatched to the dealership for a report of suspects possibly burglarizing a Porsche on the lot. Police located the suspects, detained and identified them, and later released them without charges.

The suspects were charged Jan. 3 and 8 and released to appear in court.

DUI arrests

• Roberto Flores, 54, 147 W. 55th St., Westmont, was arrested for driving under the influence of alcohol and driving with a blood-alcohol content above .08 at 1:32 a.m. Jan. 1 at 55th Street and Garfield Avenue. Police were dispatched for a report of a motorist asleep at the wheel. He was charged and released to appear in court.

• Neil Jay Thomas, 61, 3716 Sugar Loaf Drive, Springfield, was arrested for driving under the influence of alcohol and failure to signal at 11:04 p.m. Jan. 7 at Eighth and Washington streets after someone reported a vehicle had disobeyed a stop sign. He was charged and released to appear in court.

Revoked license arrest

Jamar Taylor, 26, 1608 Columbia Circle, Bartlett, was arrested for speeding and driving with a revoked license at 10:15 p.m. Jan. 4 on 55th Street at Laurie Lane. He was charged and released to appear in court.

Residential burglary

The front door of a home in the 900 block of South Quincy Street was forced open between noon Dec. 31 and 8:15 p.m. Jan. 6. No items were reported missing.

Identity theft

The banking and PayPal accounts of a resident of the 600 block of West Hickory Street were fraudulently accessed on Dec. 3. The incident was reported Jan. 4.

Credit card fraud reported

A Hinsdale resident’s credit card was used to make fraudulent purchases at the village’s Walgreens and Whole Foods stores around 4:14 p.m. Dec. 27.

Arrests do not constitute conviction of a crime, and individuals listed here should be presumed innocent until proven guilty. If charges are dismissed or reduced or the accused is found not guilty, he or she can contact The Hinsdalean at [email protected] to provide us with documentation. Information will be updated online and in the next issue of the paper.