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Police Blotter: Raising Cain at Carroll Tower

Some inebriated young men took to hooliganism at a local retirement facility, breaking things and generally creating a ruckus.

Criminal Damage to Property

Todd Anthony Merrill, 23; David Joseph Bonk, 22; and Brandon Patrick Kamka, 23; all of Carol Stream, were charged with criminal damage to property and disorderly conduct. Merrill, according to reports, was also charged with resisting arrest.

Police responded around 1:45 a.m. Sunday, May 27, to a report of a disturbance at Carroll Tower, 200 N. 2nd Street, of someone running inside the hallways breaking things. Police reports say the three suspects were arrested and the building manager was called about the incident. Officers noted that door decorations had been stripped off the doors, glass vases were broken, chairs and a broken wood table were found inside an elevator. Police were gathering damage reports from residents.

Reports say the defendants appear to have been intoxicated. They'll be in court June 21, 2012

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Maggie J June 06, 2012 at 03:28 PM
I've witnessed the Naperville night life. Seems like the people who frequent those places find great food, though pricey and they don't "whiz" all over businesses front doors and windows. Some college kids occasionally go to those places but usually don't have the cash to go often. Our bars seem to push drinks, even though their patrons are inebriated already. I've seen it, have you?
Maggie J June 06, 2012 at 03:29 PM
I sincerely hope they change that. Seniors probably need more security that others.
Henry James June 06, 2012 at 11:41 PM
T. Ray the difference between Naperville and St. Charles is Naperville has plenty of other commercial businesses mixed in with the bars plus as mentioned by Maggie it is pricy places in Naperville and many more restaurants not just bars. Why do we bash these local establishments maybe because I use to go down with my friends, spend a hundred or two on a nice dinner and drinks between us and then maybe even club hop a bit but after witnessing bar fights 3 different times in as many months we decided we were done with hanging downtown and we started going to other towns for our gatherings. I hated to do so but those establishments let their patrons get that drunk and don't take responsiblity so now everyone suffers and the City doesn't seem to care about it. Maggie you are right it happened several years ago and many of us worked to change that and did change it successfully for a while. Unfortunately someone has led us down a very bad path again
Maggie J June 21, 2012 at 12:45 AM
I have been to a few downtown bar/restaurants, the worst being the Filling Station. They push drinks on guys especially. I have seen them so out of it that they wet themselves and there is always someone there to see if they want another! I would hate to see any of them get in a car and hurt themselves or others but it will happen!
Keb June 21, 2012 at 04:48 AM
What a bunch of worthless punks. I hope the judge comes up with some creative community service for vandalizing a retirement home.

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