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The Bloomingdale Police Department is investigating an Aggravated Discharge of Firearm that occurred on Friday, 10-23-2014 at approximately 7:15pm in the 100 block of Juniper Lane, in Bloomingdale. BPD evidence Techs later removed what is believed to be a .45 caliber round from the wall behind the door frame. (2) .45 caliber shell casings were subsequently recovered in the street in front of the residence.

 

Numerous witnesses advised that they heard 2 "pops" at approximately 7:15pm, and one witness stated that she observed what she believed to be an older (90's) model, white, boxy style vehicle leave the area going Southbound on Juniper Ln. and then heading E/B on S. Circle Ave. This is the second incident in the 100 block of Juniper in 10 days (On 10-13-14 a .45 caliber round was fired into a vehicle parked just 2 houses from the victim residence in the 10-23 case.

 

Anyone having any information on either incident is asked to contact Detective Dave Spradling at the Bloomingdale Police Department (630) 529-9868. Anyone having information on this case or any other unsolved crime and wishes to remain anonymous can contact Crime Stoppers


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Crime Stoppers is a program separate from the emergency telephone number 911 system and allows a member of the community to provide anonymous information about criminal activity, without the fear of reprisal, apathy or reluctance to get involved. It thereby allows the person to provide crime solving assistance to the authorities without being directly involved in the investigation process. The DuPage County Crime Stoppers are a resource of the local Law Enforcement Departments, the FBI and the US Marshals Service. Law Enforcement cannot solve all the crimes on their own, forensic science and investigative skills are vital, along with information from the public. Crime Stoppers recognizes that someone other than criminals may have information about crime. The program provides anonymity (callers are given a code number instead of being asked for their name and calls are not traced or recorded) and pays rewards when their information leads to a felony arrest and/or conviction.
Crime Stoppers provides Text Messaging , Web Tips, and a telephone (1-800-222-TIPS) number to encourage citizens in the community to volunteer vital information helpful to law enforcement agencies in the fight against crime.

 

 


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