Someone took about $100 worth of scrap aluminum from E&T Glass, 100 Commerce Drive, around 1 p.m. April 27, reports said. There is a "No Trespassing sign on the property.
This is one of a number of reported in the area.
Batavia Patch reported Monday that a 77-year-old Aurora man is headed to court after being arrested for removing scrap metal from a recycling container at , 101 N. Raddant Rd.
Reported in Geneva on March 28, someone took a number of items—including —from a contruction site of the Northern Illinois Food Bank, 273 Dearborn Court, sometime between noon March 17 and 12:15 p.m. March 28, reports said.
About $9,000 in scrap metal was reported stolen from a Kirk Road business on March 19, according to an article by St. Charles Patch.
Also in Batavia, a semi-box trailer containing scrap metal was removed from 1310 Kingsland Dr. sometime between March 11-14. The value of the scrap metal was estimated at $3,100.
In February in Batavia, police reported 2,800 pounds of scrap metal stolen by an unknown offender at , 900 Paramount Pkwy. For more on that incident, click .
Geneva police arrested Ivan Gonzalez, 32, of Aurora around 9:31 a.m. March 1 on charges of theft under $300 for taking about from Allied Rivet, 1172 Commerce Dr. in Geneva.
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