Kane County Sheriff’s reports
• Taylor M. Patz, 25, of the 42W800 block of Main Street Road, Blackberry Township, was charged Sept. 21 with two counts of domestic battery.
• An employee at the Shell station, 44W322 Route 64, Maple Park, reported Sept. 23 that a $100 bill was likely to be counterfeit. According to reports, when a woman bought some sodas and paid with the $100 bill, the clerk marked it with a detector pen, and it appeared to be authentic. But after the woman left in a red Chevy Cruz, the clerk doubted its authenticity when the mark reacted as counterfeit.
• A 2016 silver Range Rover SUV valued at more than $10,000 was reported stolen Sept. 15 from a driveway in the 6N600 block of Denker Road, Campton Township. The car also contained golf clubs, a bag and equipment valued at $2,000. According to reports, a valet key was left in the car from the night before.
• Lawn equipment valued at $7,500 was reported stolen Sept. 18 from a barn in the 9S500 block of Ashe Road, Sugar Grove Township.
• Checks and cash valued at $760 were reported stolen Sept. 15 from a mailbox in the 7N300 block of Whispering Willows Street, St. Charles Township. Checks were made out to the IRS, the Illinois Department of Revenue and to a grandson in a birthday card, as well as $20 cash in an anniversary card and a $15 receipt for a rebate from Menard’s, the report stated.
• Sandra Quinones, 31, of the 600 block of North Edgelawn Drive, Aurora, was charged with battery Sept. 20 after she allegedly pulled the hair of her former sister-in-law while at the Kane County Judicial Center, 37W777 Route 38, St. Charles Township.
• Lawn equipment valued at $1,550 was reported stolen Sept. 21 from a trailer parked in the 5N500 block of Crane Road, St. Charles Township.
• A wallet containing $650 in cash was reported stolen Sept. 21 from the Kane County Circuit Clerk’s office, 540 Randall Road, St. Charles, when the owner accidentally left it.
• A house in the 300 block of North Lincolnway, North Aurora, was reported burglarized Sept. 23, while the family was away in Michigan. According to reports, the family locked up the house and windows but left a house key in a jar by the front door. When they returned, the key was still in the jar, all the doors were open and the house was in disarray with drawers pulled out and cabinets left open and closets gone through, reports stated. A laptop in its work bag were reported missing, but the family had yet to make an inventory of everything that was taken, reports stated.