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Grayslake Police Blotter: Criminal Damage, Drugs, Traffic

Recent arrests taken from the official reports of the Grayslake Police Department.

The following incidents were listed among the official reports of the Grayslake Police Department. Readers are reminded that an arrest does not constitute a finding of guilt. Only a court of law can make that determination. 

*Editor's Note: The release of the Grayslake Police reports were delayed for many weeks. Patch will be posting blotter over several days this week.

Battery

Tatiana Poyser, 22, of 926 Hillwood Circle, Round Lake Beach, was charged Aug. 27 with simple battery at 375 Alta Dr., 3C. She was released on a $75 I-bond pending a Sept. 26 court date.

Criminal Damage

Donald J. Cunningham, 47, of 416 Center St., Grayslake, was charged Aug. 30 with three counts of criminal damage to property under $300 at 454 Center St., 389 Center St., and Center Street and Seymour Avenue. He was released on a notice to appear in court Sept. 20.

Drugs

Michael R. Novatnik, 22, of 201 Junior Ave., Grayslake, was charged Aug. 26 with unlawful possession of drug paraphernalia at Junior Avenue and Harding Street. He was released on a notice to appear in court Sept. 19.

Traffic

Manuel Moreno-Lara, 35, of 375 S. Route 83, Grayslake, was charged Aug, 28 with driving without a valid license at E. Route 120 and Ivanhoe Road. He was released on a $1,500 I-bond pending a Sept. 19 court date.

Josue Espinoza-Valladares, 34, of 1048 Glenwood Ave., Waukegan, was charged Aug. 24 with driving with a suspended or revoked license at W. Route 120 and Alleghany Road. He was released on $150 cash bond pending a Sept. 19 court date.

Warrant

Jeffrey T. Gloyer, 24, of 42813 N. Tiffany Road, Antioch, was charged Aug. 20 with failing to appear on an in-state warrant. He was released on $375 cash bond pending a Sept. 24 court date.


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