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The following reports were gathered from reports released by St. Charles.

An 18-year-old Aurora man was charged May 23 with defrauding drug and alcohol screening tests, a felony, after employees at a testing company on Randall Road reported to police that they suspected he was using a device to provide a false urine sample. The man later told police he had purchased the device, which included a pouch he strapped around his waist, at an Aurora smoke shop.

A 35-year-old Maple Park man was charged with driving under the influence of alcohol, driving without a valid driver's license, driving with a registration that had been suspended because of no insurance, and improper lane usage on May 26 after a passerby alerted police to a driver driving erratically.

A 19-year-old St. Charles man was charged with two counts of domestic battery for an incident in the 3000 block of Turnberry Road on May 26. The victim told police he pressed her to the ground and broke two phones during a fight.

A 23-year-old St. Charles man was cited on May 26 for public drunkenness after police saw him fall off his bicycle. He was transported to Delnor Hospital for treatment of a cut above his eye.

A 23-year-old Geneva man was charged with possession of cannabis and drug paraphernalia, driving with a suspended license and improper signaling on May 27 after police stopped him for failing to use a turn signal. Police found the cannabis and glass pipe under the seat.

A 24-year-old Aurora man was charged with possession of drug paraphernalia and cannabis and a 23-year-old Aurora woman was charged with possession of drug paraphernalia on May 28 after police came upon them in the West Side parking deck, 100 S. Illinois St., in a car that smelled of cannabis.

A 37-year-old St. Charles woman was cited for retail theft on May 24 for stealing DVDs from Walmart, 150 Smith Road.

A 20-year-old St. Charles man was charged with driving under the influence of alcohol, leaving the scene of an accident, driving with a suspended license, illegal possession of alcohol by a minor, operating an uninsured vehicle, and improper lane usage on May 24 after a witness reported to police that he had run over a speed limit sign and left. Police later located the man near his house, this time as a passenger in the car.

A 19-year-old St. Charles man was cited for retail theft for stealing a bottle of rum from Walmart, 150 Smith Rd., on May 25.

A 40-year-old St. Charles man was charged with driving under the influence of alcohol and speeding after police registered him driving 60 miles per hour in a 35 mph zone on May 25.

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