Woman Arrested in Elmhurst for Allegedly Forging Prescription Drug Forms
Police also report arrests for domestic battery, possession of cannabis and ammunition, and unlawful use of a handicap placard this week.
Jennifer V. Mladucky, 26, 7932 W. 82nd Place, Bridgeview, was arrested on the 100 block of South Cottage Hill at 2:58 p.m. Feb. 19 after police received information about a medical assistant who was forging prescriptions. Police said they searched her car and found several items of drug paraphernalia. She was charged with two counts of forgery and taken to DuPage County Jail.
Michael Harris, 46, 531 N. Van Auken, was arrested for domestic battery after an incident at his home at 9:29 p.m. Feb. 20. He was taken to Elmhurst Memorial Hospital, and police said they would charge him upon his release.
Possession of Cannabis
Ihor Dubiak, 25, 1290 Spring Valley Drive, Carol Stream, was arrested and charged with possession of cannabis and possession of ammunition without a firearm owners identification card after police pulled over his gray Mitsubishi Lancer for no valid registration at North and Villa at 8:08 p.m. Feb. 19. He was released on bond.
Unlawful Use of a Handicap Placard
Andy Rolando Salgado, 19, 484 Laurel St., Elgin, was cited at 9:31 a.m. Feb. 18 for unlawful use of a handicap placard after personnel at Elmhurst College, 190 S. Prospect Ave., noticed on several occassions a man who did not appear handicapped parking his black Chevrolet Aveo in the handicap spaces. The placard belongs to his disabled father, police said. It was confiscated until his father could retrieve it.
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