Naperville, IL – Naperville Man Charged with Burglary of Local Walgreens


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Naperville, IL – DuPage County State’s Attorney Robert Berlin and Naperville Chief of Police Jason Arres have announced the charging of Ronald Rueckheim, 55, of Naperville, with allegations of burglary and criminal damage to property following an early-morning break-in at a local Walgreens. 

Rueckheim, already on pre-trial detention for unrelated charges, allegedly burglarized the Walgreens at 63 W. 87th Street on February 23, 2024. According to authorities, he allegedly broke a window and attempted theft, causing significant damage.

Following an investigation, Rueckheim was identified as the suspect, leading to his arrest on March 6, 2024, while detained for a separate matter. Despite the serious nature of the charges, Rueckheim was required to be released under the Safe-T-Act’s standards, prompting calls from State’s Attorney Berlin for legislative adjustments to pre-trial release laws.

The Naperville Police Department has been commended for its thorough investigation and identification of Rueckheim. His next court appearance is set for April 1, 2024.


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