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Police News from 10-17-13

Chicago Ridge

Russell McCulloch, 28, of Chicago, was charged with battery Oct. 8 after allegedly striking a juvenile in the head following an argument in the parking lot of Chicago Ridge Mall, police said.

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Shanell L. Arnett, 29, of Oak Lawn, was charged with retail theft Oct. 11 after allegedly stealing goods from Kohl’s at Chicago Ridge Mall, police said.
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Andrea C. Kline, 47, of Chicago, was charged with retail theft Oct. 12 after allegedly stealing merchandise from Kohl’s at Chicago Ridge Mall, police said.
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James C. Hank, 49, of Chicago Ridge, was charged Oct. 12 with retail theft after allegedly stealing merchandise from Home Depot, 300 Commons Drive, police said.
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Amani Shededeh, 25, of Justice, was charged with retail theft Oct. 12 after allegedly stealing goods from Kohl’s at Chicago Ridge Mall, police said.

Evergreen Park

Amanda Calafut, 18, of Evergreen Park, was charged with battery Sept. 30 after a disturbance at Circle Park, 9600 block of Homan Ave., police said.
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Anthony A. Jones, 46, of Chicago, was charged with retail theft Oct. 4 after allegedly stealing items from Walk-Mart, police said.
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Kelvon C. Streeter, 19, of Chicago, was charged Oct. 5 with retail theft after allegedly stealing merchandise from Wal-Mart, police said.
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Carol C. Crotty, 52, of Palos Hills, was charged with retail theft Oct. 5 after allegedly stealing merchandise from Wal-Mart, police said.
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Zachary B. Hausner, 26, of Chicago, was with retail theft Oct. 9 after stealing goods from Wal-Mart, police said.
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Allen L. McKinzie, 21, of Chicago, was charged with trespassing Oct. 10 after refusing to leave Walgreens, 87th Street and Kedzie Ave., police said.

Hickory Hills

Someone keyed both sides of a car Oct. 12 while it was parked in the 8100 block of 90th Street.

Oak Lawn

A laptop computer, two cell phones, an alarm clock with an iPod docking station, a gold chain, an Apple iTouch and $75 cash were reported stolen Sept. 24 or 25 from an apartment in the 4700 block of 101st Street.
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Someone poisoned a dog Sept. 27 in the 9200 block of Ridgeland Avenue. The dog’s owner suspects a neighbor, who shot BB pellets at the dog in the past.

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Two bicycles, a generator, a compressor/battery charger, tools and gardening equipment with a combined value of $5,400 were reported stolen between Oct. 1 and 8 from a shed in the 5900 block of 99th Street.

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Mark J. Danielson, 23, of Oak Lawn, was charged with drunken driving, disobeying a stop sign and speeding Oct. 2 after a stop at 103rd Street and Cook Avenue, police said.

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Tools and a GPS were reported stolen between Oct. 3-5 from a car in the 4000 block of 91st Place.
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Three cars in the 9800 block of 53rd Avenue and fourth car in the 10000 block of 53rd Avenue were burglarized overnight Oct. 4-5. Two iPods and $50 cash was reported stolen from one of the cars, $70 cash was reported stolen from another car and loose change was reported taken from the other two vehicles. Another car parked in the 9500 block of 53rd Avenue was burglarized Oct. 9.

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Robin C. Whiteside Jr., 26, of Chicago, was charged with battery Oct. 5 after allegedly pushing a woman at the Marathon gas station, 9304 S. Cicero Ave., police said.
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Andree Reid, 36, of Chicago, was charged with retail theft and possession of a controlled substance Oct. 5 after stealing goods from Kmart, 4101 W. 95th St., police said.

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A laptop computer and a stereo were reported stolen between Oct. 5 and 7 from a house in the 9400 block of McVicker Avenue.
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Frederick J. Baker, 28, of Midlothian, was charged with drunken driving, speeding, improper lane use and no insurance Oct. 6 after a stop in the 4700 block of 111th Street, police said.
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John J. Buttney, 35, of Oak Lawn, was charged with leaving the scene of a property damage accident Oct. 6 after hitting a pickup truck in the 9700 block of Mansfield Avenue, police said.

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Tools, an electronic dog collar, fishing poles and tackle were reported stolen Oct. 7 from a storage locker in an apartment in the 10300 block of Parkside Avenue.
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Two iPhones were reported stolen Oct. 7 from the T-Mobile store, 5141 W. 95th St.
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A catalytic convertor was reported stolen between Oct. 7 and 10 from a car in the 4900 block of 95th Street.
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A purse containing $1,400 cash, a cell phone and three credit cards was reported stolen Oct. 8 from a customer’s shopping cart at the Salvation Army store, 8732 S. Cicero Avenue.
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Approximately $1,000 worth of jewelry was reported stolen Oct. 8 from the bedroom of a house in the 9600 block of Brandt Avenue.
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A GPS unit and a portable DVD player were reported stolen Oct. 9 or 10 from a car in the 10100 block of Kedvale Avenue.

Palos Hills

A purse containing $500 was stolen Oct. 12 from a car in the 8900 block of 100th Place.

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Christine M. Burns, 41, of Palos Hills, was charged with battery Oct. 13 after allegedly pulling the hair and striking a passenger in a car in the 9700 block of 81st Avenue, police said.

Worth

Mary A. Zaczyk, 35, of Worth, was charged battery Oct. 1 after a disturbance in the 11400 block of Natchez Ave., police said.
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Marc A. Locascio, 45, of Worth, was charged with disorderly conduct Oct. 6 after a disturbance in the 7200 block of 113th Place, police said.

Area police departments
Chicago Ridge ………425-7831
Evergreen Park …….422-2142
Hickory Hills …………598-4900
Oak Lawn…………. 499-7722
Palos Hills………….. 598-2272
Worth ……………..448-3979

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