Police Blotter: Stolen iPods and Cell Phones, Warrant Arrest

Police and Sheriff's reports Nov. 16 - Dec.1

Friday, Nov. 16

Theft Over $500

Yorkville Police are investigating the theft of two iPod Touches from a teacher's desk at Grande Reserve Elementary School. The iPods have a combined value of $500, according to the police report. Each iPod has “Learning Ally” engraved on the back. This is the second time the iPods were stolen, police reported.

Sunday, Nov. 25


A Yorkville juvenile reported two cellular telephones were stolen while she was at a Nov. 25 “gathering” at a Bristol residence, Kendall County deputies reported. The incident is under investigation.

Friday, Nov. 30


Kendall County deputies are investigating a fight that occurred in the parking lot of Suzy’s Bar on Nov. 30. By the time deputies arrived on the scene the fight had broken up, according to the report. Officers took statements from witnesses and are investigating.

Saturday, Dec. 1

Warrant Arrest

A 23-year-old Yorkville man was arrested by Kendall County sheriff’s deputies after initially being stopped for driving without rear registration lights. When deputies ran the license of David Thaddeus Belinski, 6792 Chicago Road, they discovered his license was suspended and there was a Will County warrant for arrest issued after he failed to appear before court on a suspended license charge. Belinski was also cited by Kendall County deputies for driving without a valid license, no rear registration lights and driving without proof of insurance.

J. S. December 03, 2012 at 01:07 PM
I love how the "police are investigating" a TEACHERS iPod touch being stollen but when my daughters iPod touch, which had her first and last name engraved on the back...AND other kids SAW who stole it.....they did nothing and neither did the school.
Cheryl Knuth-Hayward December 03, 2012 at 02:19 PM
I want to know who teaches these kids it's ok to steel, my son did it once and we were at the police station having a officer give him a run down if he continues what his life would and took a tour of the jail, guess what he never did it again! Maybe parents should take a more hands on approach instead of saying it was an accident or they didn't mean to do it
J. S. December 04, 2012 at 01:26 AM
I agree. And actually, the kid that stole my daughters showed up on my doorstep bc his mom found out about it! She made him return it, apologize and she was mortified...the kid left in tears bc he was embarrassed...rightfully so. It's too bad the school and police department didn't handle the situation and give that boy a dose of reality.


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