On Tuesday June 2, 2020 at 7:51 AM units from St. Charles Police and Fire Departments responded to the report of a vehicle crash involving injuries. Initial callers indicated that they believed one person involved might be deceased.
The St. Charles Police Department is asking for the public’s assistance in locating a man missing from Ohio who was last seen in the St. Charles area.
Due to an overwhelming response from the community, the St. Charles Police and Fire Departments can no longer participate in birthday parades for community members.
The St. Charles Police Department remains operational 24/7 during this difficult time. We encourage you to call us if you need us. If you need assistance call 911. In order to help reduce the spread of COVID-19 and in accordance with the Stay At Home Order, we have instituted some temporary measures:
Depending on the nature of your call an officer may take your report over the phone rather than in person.
If you make a report with an officer at your home, the officer will likely request to speak with you outside rather than entering your home.
Mayor Raymond Rogina, acting as Liquor Control Commissioner, enforced local massage ordinances at a Feb. 18, 2020, Commission hearing. The St. Charles Liquor Control Commission considers alcohol, tobacco, and massage license issues. Summer Spa Massage at 1550 E. Main Street was charged with several violations regarding licensing, proof of license, supervision, and conduct. The license is suspended for 21 days and the licensee is placed on probation until Aug. 30, 2020, subject to periodic review and compliance checks. The licensee also is required to pay a $1,000 fine, plus court costs.
St. Charles Police conducted additional traffic enforcement January 31 through February 3, 2020, as part of a grant from the Illinois Department of Transportation to keep impaired drivers off the road during Super Bowl weekend. The St. Charles Police joined other state and local law enforcement agencies across Illinois to reduce highway deaths by issuing citations and arresting impaired drivers.
On Super Bowl Sunday alone, the St. Charles Police had 2 DUI arrests and additionally issued:
Mayor Raymond Rogina, acting as Liquor Control Commissioner, enforced local alcohol tax ordinances for a business at a hearing before the St. Charles Liquor Control Commission on Jan. 20, 2020. Tap House Grill, 3341 W. Main Street, was cited for a liquor tax violation. The licensee is required to pay a $750 fine and $100 in court costs.
It's Super Bowl weekend and the St. Charles Police Department is reminding football fans and partygoers that they will be out in force on game day to keep impaired drivers off the roads. Extra officers will be working Sunday specifically looking for impaired drivers. If your Super Bowl celebration will involve alcohol or cannabis, don’t forget: “Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over” and “Click It or Ticket.”
The St. Charles Police conducted additional traffic enforcement December 16 through January 02, reminding motorists to buckle up and not drive impaired, day or night, as part of the nationwide Click It or Ticket/Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over enforcement effort. The St. Charles Police joined other state and local law enforcement agencies across Illinois to reduce highway deaths by issuing citations to unbuckled motorists and arresting impaired drivers.
During the 18 day mobilization, St. Charles Police issued:
The American Public Works Association (APWA) selected the new St. Charles Police station project as a public Works Project of the Year in the $5- $25 million structures category. This award promotes excellence in project management, safety, community relations, environmental impact, and construction innovation.
“The success of this project is the direct result of the hard work and dedication of the entire project team,” said Public Works Director Peter Suhr.