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Elgin woman accused of mob action, battery after incidents at bars

Updated: March 20, 2014 6:20AM



Elgin

Mob action, battery reported: Deyei T. Delapaz, 24, of the 400 block of East Chicago Street, Elgin, was charged with felony counts of aggravated battery and mob action following an incident Friday. Police said officers were called to the Gasthaus bar, 15 N. Grove Ave., at 3 a.m. concerning a battery report. According to police, Delapaz is accused of hitting another woman in the head with a beer bottle during an argument at the bar but left before officers arrived. Then, on Saturday night, a victim in the Friday fight told police she was again confronted by Delapaz at the Afterset bar, 158 Symphony Way, police reported.

Two charged with trespass: A man and his stepson have been charged following a Feb. 16 incident where they are accused of entering the apartment of the younger man’s former girlfriend and assaulting residents there. Cameon D. Jackson, 32, was charged with a felony count of trespass to a residence and a misdemeanor count of battery; and Kenneth K. Hayes, 18, was charged with a felony count of trespass. Both men live in the 1700 block of Sheffield Drive, Elgin. According to police, the men entered the apartment and assaulted the residents until they were able to overpower the two men. Bail was set at $5,000 for Jackson and $1,500 for Hayes, and Both were given Feb. 28 court dates.

Failure to register: Daniel D. Johnson, 36, homeless of Elgin, was charged with a felony count of failure to register as a sex offender and misdemeanor resisting a police officer following a Feb. 13 incident. According to police, Johnson was found loitering at the Fulton Street parking deck about 10 p.m. Police said they discovered that Johnson had moved to Elgin from St. Louis, Mo., as of Feb. 7 and had not registered with police within three days as required by law. He ran from police before being arrested, officials said. Bail was set at $40,000, and he was given a Feb. 21 court date.

Felony retail theft: Cashay L. Clay, 26, of the 300 block of Commonwealth Avenue, Elgin, was charged with felony retail theft with a previous conviction after attempting to leave the Randall Road Target with a stereo valued at more than $300 on Feb. 13, police said. Bail was set at $20,000, and he was given a Feb. 21 court date.

Battery to officer: Marland Robinson, 30, of Harvard was charged with a felony count of aggravated battery to a police officer and misdemeanor counts of resisting a police officer, trespass to state-supported land and possession of cannabis following his arrest Feb. 13. According to police, Robinson refused to cooperate with an Illinois Gaming Board officer at the Grand Victoria Casino after the officer recognized Robinson as being banned from the property, and was found to have cannabis in his possession following his arrest. Bail was set at $20,000, and he was given a Feb. 21 court date.

Stalking charges: Rolando Romero, 34, of High Chaparral Road, Elgin, was charged with Class 4 felony counts of stalking following an incident Feb. 13. According to police, Romero was charged with criminal damage to property on Feb. 8 after allegedly slashing his ex-girlfriend’s car tires and that he had a no-contact order with the woman due to that case. According to police, he immediately began sending threatening text messages after he was released on bail and had sent 45 threatening messages since then. Bail was set at $20,000, and he was given a Feb. 21 court date.

Carpentersville

Stolen vehicle found: Frank L. Schoen, 18, of the 0-100 block of Galligan Road, Gilberts, was charged with Class 2 felony counts of receiving a stolen vehicle and burglary following an Aug. 26 incident. He is accused of having possession of a stolen Lexus and entering a car to commit a burglary. Bail was set at $40,000, and he was given a Feb. 28 court date.



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