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Accused drunken driver allegedly flees crash scene

Orland Park police arrested Marvin A. Bay-Saquic, 24, of Orland Park, at 6:51 a.m. Jan. 22 and charged him with driving under the influence (DUI), two counts of leaving the scene of an accident, failure to yield at an intersection, driving without a license and operating an uninsured motor vehicle after he allegedly caused a multi-car crash near 151st Street and La Grange Road, police said. Bay- Saquic allegedly fled the scene of the accident on foot. When he was caught, officers discovered he had crashed into another car just prior to the crash on La Grange, police said. Officers found bottles of beer rolling around the passenger side of Bay-Saquic’s car, police said. He has a court date March 15 in Bridgeview.

In other Orland Park police news, Yacub S. Ibrahim, 32, of Orland Park, was arrested at 7:01 p.m. Jan. 30 and charged with criminal trespass, two counts of resisting and obstructing an officer, aggravated assault and disorderly conduct, police said. Police responded to a call from a manager of a gas station in the 17900 block of Wolf Road about a customer bothering other customers and refusing to leave, according to the police report. Ibrahim allegedly told police he was going to shoot them, yelled profanities at them, pulled away as he was being apprehended and tried to headbutt an officer, police said. He has a court date Feb. 19 at the Cook County 5th District Municipal Courthouse in Bridgeview.

Tina M. Caruso, 19, of Oak Lawn, was cited with possession of liquor by a minor at 3:32 p.m. Jan. 17, police said. Police stopped Caruso in the 15800 block of Harlem Avenue for having a cracked windshield and discovered a case of beer in the car, police said. She was scheduled to appear for a hearing Feb. 9 at the Orland Park Civic Center.

Alejandro G. Gallegas, 22, of Orland Park, was arrested Jan. 18 after he allegedly removed a pair of basketball shoes costing $55 from a department store in the Orland Square mall without rendering payment, police said. He is scheduled to appear in court this month in Bridgeview.

Brian H. Antone, 22, of Orland Park, was arrested at 2:03 p.m. Jan. 26 and charged with retail theft after he allegedly removed DVDs costing a total of $217 from a store in the Orland Park Place mall without rendering payment, police said. He has a court date March 5 in Bridgeview.

Luke Wheeler, 24, of Mokena, was cited with possession of cannabis Jan. 28 after police stopped him in the 14300 block of Wolf Road, police said. He has a hearing March 9 at the Orland Park Civic Center.

Gary J. Greenfield, 19, of Palos Heights, was cited with retail theft at 3:05 p.m. Jan. 25 after he allegedly removed a down comforter set costing $70 from a department store in the Orland Square mall without rendering payment, police said. He had a hearing Feb. 9 at the Orland Park Civic Center.

Justin R. Ingram, 24, of New Lenox, was cited with retail theft at 12:51 p.m. Jan. 27 after he allegedly removed a video cable costing $70 from a store in the 15800 block of La Grange Road without rendering payment, police said. Ingram placed the cable in a baby stroller he was pushing, according to the police report. His court date was Feb. 9 in Bridgeview.

Charles J. Spirak, 21, of Tinley Park, was arrested at 12:28 a.m. Jan. 28 and charged with DUI and speeding after police stopped him near 143rd Street and 80th Avenue for driving 76 mph in a 40 mph zone, according to the police report. His court date is March 9 in Bridgeview.

Nicole M. Campas, 31, of Orland Park, was cited with two counts of disorderly conduct after she allegedly shattered the window of a Cadillac Escalade with a children’s golf club and used threatening and profane language with police officers, police said. She had a hearing Feb. 9 at the Orland Park Civic Center.

Vicky M. DelToro, 28, of Orland Park, was arrested at 4:55 a.m. Jan. 22 and charged with DUI and improper lane usage after a concerned citizen called police to report a possible drunk driver near Clearview Court and Clearview Drive, police said. Officers observed DelToro swerving in her lane, then slowing down and speeding up for no apparent reason, police said. Her court date is Feb. 19 in Bridgeview.

Luke P. Huisenga, 18, of Crestwood, was arrested at 8:16 p.m. Jan. 19 and charged with possession of cannabis, possession of drug paraphernalia, improper lighting and no proof of insurance after police stopped him in the 9400 block of 159th Street, police said. Police found an air driven pipe used to smoke cannabis and a bag of cannabis in his car, according to the police report. Huisenga has a court date March 9 in Bridgeview and also had a hearing Feb. 9 at the Orland Park Civic Center.

Roger L. Zetterberg, 19, of Tinley Park, was cited with possession and consumption of liquor by a minor and having no rear registration light after police stopped him in the 15700 block of Tiffany Drive around 2:13 a.m., police said. His hearing is March 9 at the Orland Park Civic Center.

Nadir A. Malley 49, of Orland Park, was cited with possession of cannabis, improper lane usage and failure to yield to an emergency vehicle after a police saw him swerve in his traffic lane near 167th Street and Wolf Road, police said. Police recovered a cannabis “roach” in a pillbox in Malley’s glove compartment, police said. His hearing is March 9 at the Orland Park Civic Center.

Eric L. Porter, 48, of Chicago, was arrested at 1:54 p.m. Jan. 21 and charged with felony forgery after he allegedly used altered $5 bills to pay for merchandise at the Orland Square mall, police said. Police found Porter after they spotted a car in the mall parking lot that fit the description of the one driven by the suspect, according to the police report. A passenger in Porter’s car, Marla R. Mitchell, 49, of Chicago, was also arrested and charged with possession of a controlled substance after police found four “nickel bags” of heroin in her purse, police said. Both Porter and Mitchell were scheduled to appear in court Jan. 22 in Bridgeview.

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