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Driver charged with DUI after deliberate crash: police

Timothy D. Robinson, 45, of Orland Hills, was arrested at 8:12 p.m. Aug. 12 and charged with driving under the influence (DUI) of alcohol, failure to reduce speed to avoid an accident and leaving the scene of an accident, police said. Robinson allegedly crashed into a truck at 151st Street and 88th Avenue following a traffic dispute with the truck’s driver, according to the police report. His court date is Sept. 16 at the Cook County 5th District Municipal Courthouse in Bridgeview.

In other Orland Park police news, Brandon J. McMahon, 33, of Oak Lawn, was arrested at 5:05 p.m. Aug. 15 and charged with disorderly conduct, police said. McMahon, whom police described as “intoxicated”, allegedly yelled obscenities and tried to stand up on the waterslide at Centennial Pool, 15500 West Avenue, according to the police report. His court date is Sept. 16 in Bridgeview.

Bilal I. Matarieh, 19, of Chicago, was arrested at 12:24 p.m. Aug. 2 and charged with reckless driving and obstructing a police officer after he allegedly drove around a parking lot in the 15400 block of West Avenue with his brother hanging off of a luggage rack after his brother tried to take the keys away from him to stop him from driving, police said. Matarieh, who had been arguing with a former girlfriend, was later charged with harassment by telephone when he called the woman repeatedly from police lockup. Matarieh appeared in court in Bridgeview Aug. 12 and has another court date Sept. 8, also in Bridgeview.

Marvin R. Richardson, 17, of Lansing, was arrested at 9 p.m. Aug. 11 and charged with retail theft, police said. Richardson allegedly removed a pair of jeans costing $54 from a department store in the Orland Square mall without rendering payment, police said. His court date is Sept. 21 in Bridgeview.

Anthony L. Kallas, 17, of Tinley Park, was cited with disorderly conductat 11:15 a.m. Aug. 17 after he allegedly pulled his pants down and slapped his buttocks with both hands in front of guidance counselors at Sandburg High School, police said. Kallas, who was reportedly upset with how the counselors were handling a situation with his friend, also stuck his middle finger up at staff, according to the police report. He has a hearing Sept. 8 at the Orland Park Civic Center.

Rebecca N. Termunde, 17, of Crestwood, was cited with retail theft at 7:33 p.m. Aug. 11 after she allegedly removed a wallet costing $28 from a department store in the Orland Square mall without rendering payment, police said. Her hearing is Sept. 8 at the Orland Park Civic Center.

Joi M. Williams, 35, and LaTonya D. Hughes, 35, both of Hazel Crest, were each arrested at 7:42 p.m. Aug. 13 and charged with retail theft after they removed merchandise costing more than $1,000 from a store in the Orland Park Place mall without rendering payment, police said. Both women were scheduled to appear in court Aug. 14 in Bridgeview.

Joseph L. Tilson, 29, of Chicago Ridge, was arrested at 6:56 p.m. Aug. 7 and charged with felony retail theft and felony unlawful use of a weapon, police said. Tilson allegedly removed vodka and tequila costing $287 from a food store in the 9300 block of 159th Street without rendering payment, police said. Shortly after the theft was reported, police stopped the car Tilson was a passenger in and cited the driver, Tamara L. Samec, 33, of Bridgeview, with improper turn, failure to signal, obstructed windshield and no insurance, according to the police report. Tilson, who also had an outstanding warrant for his arrest issued out of DuPage County, had brass knuckles in his pocket, police said. He was held over night and appeared in bond court in Bridgeview the next morning.

Heriberto J. Acebedo Jr., 35, of Orland Hills, was arrested at 1:17 a.m. Aug. 14 and charged with criminal trespass to land, police said. Acebedo allegedly returned to a restaurant bar in the 15800 block of La Grange Road that he had been at earlier in the night and harassed a manager who had told him not to return, according to the police report. His court date is Sept. 29 in Bridgeview.

Incident reports

A watch valued at $40 was reported stolen from the locker room at Lifetime Fitness just before 1:35 a.m. Aug. 14, police said.

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