Wheaton Police Reports: Credit Card Fraud; DUI Arrests

Crime reports for Feb. 17 to Feb. 23.

The Wheaton Police Department made several arrests and responded to various crime reports between Feb. 17 and 23. 

Among those arrested was Jana R. Boone-Woods, Chandler P. Patterson and Derquann L. Wilson for credit card fraud on Feb. 18 at 375 Roosevelt Road in Glen Ellyn, according to the Wheaton Police Department reports. 

Police also arrested three for driving while under the influence of alcohol: Tammy D. LaPonte on Feb. 21 at Blanchard Street and Roosevelt Road, Daniel J. Nelson on Feb. 22 at Prospect Avenue and Roosevelt Road and Charlene M. Farrell on Feb. 23 at Hale Street and Roosevelt Road.

Local authorities made the following additional arrests between Feb. 17 and Feb. 23: 
  • Michael B. Adam was arrested on a warrant for failure to appear on Feb. 22 at 1555 Leabrook Lane
  • A 14-year-old girl was arrested for domestic battery on Feb. 21
  • A 15-year-old boy was arrested on Feb. 22 for curfew violation 
The Wheaton Police Department responded to the following crime reports between Feb. 17-23: 
  • Vehicle windows shattered in the 100 block of South Williston Street.
  • Vehicle vandalized in the 700 block of South Naperville Road
  • Graffiti painted on bench at METRA Depot, 402 West Front Street
  • Unattended wallet stolen from Wheaton Super Wash, 724 South Lorraine Road
  • Employee reportedly stole money from Jimmy Johns, 801 E. Butterfield Road
  • A wallet was stolen from an unattended purse at Ultra Foods, 501 South County Farm Road
Any individual having information about these or any other crimes are encouraged to contact the DuPage County Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS or text the keyword DuPage along with your tip to CRIMES (274637). 

All Crime Stopper callers are guaranteed anonymity and a cash reward (up to $1,000) for any information leading to the arrest and filing of charges against felony offenders.

Source: Wheaton Police Department reports Feb. 17-23


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