Kane County Sheriff’s reports
• A global positioning system valued at $200 and a briefcase with a laptop computer inside were reported stolen July 2 from the truck of a car parked in the 38W300 block of Stevens Glen Road, St. Charles Township. The computer belonged to his work and information on the value was not available, reports stated. The victim stated he thought the car, a 2017 Ford Taurus, was locked, but police found no signs of forced entry, reports stated.
• An iPod valued at $300 was reported stolen July 2 from an unlocked Lexus RX330 parked in the 7N000 block of Falcons Trail, St. Charles Township.
• A gold wedding band with a half-karat diamond and diamond engagement ring valued at $3,800 was reported stolen July 2. The owner put the rings in a black-and-yellow bag – valued at $10 – and put it in her golf bag while she was golfing at Bliss Creek Country Club, 1 Golfview Drive, Sugar Grove on June 23. The owner did not remember about her rings until she returned to golf on June 25 and could not find the bag or the jewelry, reports stated.
• Matthew J. Burkart, 42, of the 43W800 block of Oakleaf Drive, Blackberry Township, was charged June 29 with resisting and obstructing a police officer.
• David A. Muenster, 27, of the 1900 block of Summer Song Court, Schaumburg, was charged June 30 with driving under the influence, driving with a blood alcohol content greater than 0.08 percent and driving without insurance. Police were called to a vehicle stopped in the middle of the eastbound lane of Main Street at Owen Road, according to reports. Muenster told police he was driving home from drinking at a friend’s house in Sleepy Hollow and ran out of gas, reports stated.
• Jimmy L. Aramburu, 27, of the 35W400 block of Riverside Drive, St. Charles Township, was charged June 16 with criminal trespass to a vehicle and criminal damage to property. Aramburu was seen trying to break windows of vehicles in the parking lot of the Kane County Judicial Center, 37W777 Route 38, St. Charles Township, according to reports. Aramburu told police he just got out of jail and was looking for his cell phone among the vehicles parked there, reports stated. A witness told police Aramburu broke the handle off a car door and used it to smash the window, reports stated.