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McHenry police reports for Feb. 26, 2014

Published: Wednesday, Feb. 26, 2014 10:47 a.m. CDT

• Cary L. Schroeder, 55, and Wayne N. Schroeder, 60, of 5505 Winding Creek Drive, McHenry, were charged Tuesday, Dec. 31, with retail theft.

• Brian Charles Cousar, 25, 123 Bluff Ave., Grayslake, was charged Wednesday, Jan. 1, with possession of marijuana. He was also arrested on a McHenry County warrant connected to a reckless conduct charge.

• Patrick A. Dwyer, 45, 1649 Carlemont Drive, Crystal Lake, was charged Wednesday, Jan. 1, with domestic battery.

• Melissa M. Rzepka, 23, 417 North Blvd., McHenry, was charged Wednesday, Jan. 1, with retail theft.

• Tiffany A. Letizia-Reichley, 40, 4515 Parkway Ave., McHenry, was charged Thursday, Jan. 2, with felony retail theft.

• Leanne Meyer, 44, 356 S. Tryon St., Woodstock, was charged Saturday, Jan. 4, with retail theft.

• Ronald Pierzowski, 28, 4798 Jefferson St., Racine, Wis., was charged Wednesday, Jan. 8, with attempting to obtain perscription medicine by fraud and felony possession of a counterfeit perscription.

• Denine C. Brinkmann, 48, 541 Betzer Drive, Delavan, Wis., was charged Saturday, Jan. 11, with retail theft. She was also arrested on a DuPage County warrant related to a driving under the influence charge.

• Skyelene N. Karaszewki, 24, 23315 Liberty Ave., Lake Villa, was charged Sunday, Jan. 12, with two counts of felony possession of a controlled substance and possession of drug paraphernalia.

• Ian Lincoln Anderson, 27, 2306 Fairview Ave., Johnsburg, was charged Tuesday, Jan. 14, with retail theft and criminal damage to property. He also was arrested on a Lake County warrant connected to a battery charge and two McHenry County warrants – one for failure to appear on a driving with a suspended license charge, and the other for failure to appear on a theft charge.

• Andrew J. Loef, 27, 1115 Claridge Drive, Libertyville, was charged Thursday, Jan. 16, with criminal sexual assault.

• Terrence L. Capra, 34, 419 Blackberry Drive, Woodstock, was charged Friday, Jan. 17, with possession of marijuana, possession of drug paraphernalia and no valid insurance. He was also arrested on a Boone County warrant for failure to appear on a no valid driver's license charge.

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