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Accused drunken driver charged also with speeding

Orland Park police arrested Natalie G. Hudson, 20, of Oak Forest, at 2:37 a.m. July 17 and charged her with driving under the influence (DUI) of alcohol, speeding and improper lane usage after she was stopped for swerving and driving 80 mph in a 45 mph zone at 159th Street and La Grange Road, police said. Hudson allegedly failed to stop after police activated the squad car’s sirens. She almost a hit another passing squad car before being stopped at a red light, according to the police report. Her court date is Aug. 17 at the Cook County 5th District Municipal Courthouse in Bridgeview.

In other Orland Park police news, Mark D. Kosiek, 44, of Orland Park, was arrested at 12:05 a.m. July 13 and charged with public indecency after a woman driving in the 16300 block of 88th Avenue reported she saw him masturbating while naked in the back of his pickup truck in his driveway, police said. Kosiek was also arrested on June 10 and charged with public indecency in another incident, according to the police report. His court date is Aug. 10 in Bridgeview.

Jose L. Reyes, 38, of Orland Hills, was arrested at 10:31 p.m. July 15 and charged with DUI, endangering the life of a child, disobeying a traffic control signal and operation of an uninsured motor vehicle, police said. Police observed Reyes swerving and run a red light and stopped him at 151st Street and 94th Avenue, police said. Reyes told police he was hurrying home so his son could go to the bathroom, police said. His court date is Aug. 21 in Bridgeview.

Cuahutemoe Alcanta, 17, of Orland Park, was arrested at 4:20 a.m. July 13 and charged with DUI, failure to reduce speed to avoid an accident, open alcohol in vehicle, no valid driver’s license and operation of uninsured motor vehicle, police said. Police were called to the scene of an accident in the 10100 block of Huntington Court and found two cases of beer inside Alcanta’s vehicle, according to the police report. His court date is July 31 in Bridgeview.

Mark J. Orlouetz, 25, of Chicago Ridge, was arrested at 2:32 a.m. July 16 and charged with DUI, failure to reduce speed to avoid an accident, improper backing and driving the wrong way, police said. Police were called to 143rd Street and Union in reference to a property damage accident where Orlouetz allegedly backed into a parked motorcycle, according to the police report. When police arrived on the scene, Orlouetz’s vehicle was on the wrong side of the road, police said. His court date is Aug. 10 in Bridgeview.

Michael T. Maher, 25, of Orland Park, was arrested at 2:23 p.m. July 20 and charged with possession of a controlled substance and driving with a suspended license after he was stopped in the 14300 block of 85th Avenue, police said. Police searched Maher and found a syringe in one sock and a bag with white powder, later confirmed to be heroin, in the other sock, according to the police report. He had a bond hearing July 21.

Thomas J. Hernandez, 22, of Crest Hill, was arrested at 11:59 p.m. July 18 and charged with DUI, speeding and failure to yield to an emergency vehicle after he was stopped for driving 80 mph in a 40 mph zone at 153rd Street and Treetop, police said.

Grundy Sims, 61, of Chicago, was arrested at 10:28 p.m. July 12 and charged with DUI after police responded to a call of a suspicious vehicle that was parked with the lights on for 45 minutes in the 16000 block of Crystal Creek Drive, police said. Police found Sims asleep in his car with the car in gear and his foot on the brake, according to the police report. His court date is Aug. 21 in Bridgeview.

Theodore B. Dehart, 36, of Orland Park, was arrested at 3:33 a.m. July 22 and charged with unlawful possession of cannabis under 30 grams and possession of drug paraphernalia, police said. Police were called to a house in the 16200 block of Sherwood because of a domestic dispute, and a pat-down found cannabis and a glass pipe, according to the police report. His court date is Sept. 8 in Bridgeview.

 

Sadallah K. Naser, 28, of Oak Lawn, was arrested at 6:29 p.m. July 16 and charged with felony retail theft, police said. He allegedly removed seven bottles of cologne, a pair of shoes and a watch, all valued at $406, without rendering payment from a store in the Orland Square mall, police said. He had a bond hearing July 17.

Juan W. Montemayor, 17, of Kewanee, was arrested at 9:02 p.m. July 21 and charged with retail theft after he was observed allegedly putting diamond earrings in his mouth and leaving a store in the Orland Square mall without rendering payment, police said. His court date is Aug. 13 in Bridgeview.

Anthony M. Rogers, 17, of Willow Springs, was arrested at 7:49 p.m. July 21 and charged with retail theft after he removed a T-shirt and attempted to leave a store in the Orland Square mall without rendering payment, police said. His court date is Aug. 13 in Bridgeview.

Laura J. Brookhouse, 40, of Midlothian, was arrested at 4:05 p.m. July 21 and charged with driving with a suspended license and improper display of registration after she was stopped in the 10700 block of 143rd Street, police said. Her court date is Sept. 8 in Bridgeview.

Mohammed Murrar, 19, of Orland Park, was arrested at 8:11 p.m. July 16 and charged with reckless driving, driver’s license not on person and illegal screeching of tires, police said. He was stopped for having another person on top of his hood while he was driving in a parking lot in the 15300 block of La Grange Road, police said. His court date is Aug. 17 in Bridgeview.

Sergio A. Gonzalez, 20, of Lock-port, was arrested at 2:05 a.m. July 18 and charged with zero tolerance and cited with consumption of alcohol by a minor and speeding, police said. He was stopped for driving 50 mph in a 35 mph zone in the 10800 block of 143rd Street, police said. His court date is Aug. 11 in Bridgeview.

Stephen M. Provancal, 20, of Lockport, was arrested at 2:05 a.m. July 18 and charged with possession of drug paraphernalia and cited with possession of cannabis after he was stopped at 159th Street and 108th Avenue, police said. A search of the vehicle and person allegedly found a small amount of cannabis and a glass pipe, according to the police report. He has an Aug. 17 court date in Bridgeview for the paraphernalia charge and an Aug. 11 court date at the Orland Park Civic Center for possession of cannabis.

Gilberto Lobez, 38, of Tinley Park, was arrested at 7:38 a.m. July 18 and charged with driving with a suspended license, disobeying a traffic control signal, failure to display company name on truck and no valid safety test on vehicle after he was stopped at 179th Street and 104th Avenue, police said.

Incident reports

A church in the 13300 block of South La Grange Road was burglarized the night of July 21, police said. The only reported missing item was petty cash from a desk drawer in the pastor’s office, according to the police report. Two exterior doors were left ajar and two office doors were forced open, police said.

A mailbox was set on fire at 4:53 a.m. July 17 in the 8600 block of 145th Place, police said. The fire was put out by Orland Fire Protection District. The mailbox was valued at about $100.

A car was burglarized in the parking lot of Red Lobster at 8:23 p.m. July 15, police said. A rear window was broken and a purse was taken out of the back seat of the car, according to the police report.

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