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Police News from 10-24-13

Chicago Ridge

Gary Cooper, 22, of Chicago, was charged with possession and delivery of a controlled substance and Lamont Wesley, 21, was charged with possession of a controlled substance Oct. 15. They were arrested in the 10400 block of Ridgeland Avenue, police said.
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Steven M. Bogovich, 18, of Chicago, was charged with battery Oct. 17 after a fight in the 10500 block of Parkside, police said.
Kelly Hazzard-Hilger, 35, of Oak Lawn, was charged with retail theft Oct. 17 after stealing merchandise from Kohls at Chicago Ridge Mall, police said.

Evergreen Park

Vivian Martinez, 24, of Chicago, was charged with driving under the influence of drugs, disobeying a red light, having no insurance, driving with open alcohol and damage to village property after a two-car accident Oct. 12 at 93rd Street and Pulaski Road, police said.
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Kortney E. Skelly, 28, of Chicago, was charged with retail theft Oct. 15 after allegedly stealing goods from Michael’s, 9140 S. Western Ave., police said.
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Tashawn A. Chavis, 20, of Chicago, was charged with retail theft Oct. 16 after allegedly stealing merchandise from Wal-Mart, 2500 W. 95th St., police said.
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Michael J. Roland, 28, of Chicago, was charged with theft Oct. 16 after allegedly stealing merchandise from Wal-Mart, police said.
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Dawan P. Lacey, 25, of Chicago, was charged with theft Oct. 17 after allegedly stealing two food trays from Edible Arrangements, 8732 S. Kedzie Ave., police said. Lacey purchased the items over the Internet using someone else’s credit card, they said.
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Brian C. Malone, 41, of Chicago, was charged with retail theft Oct. 17 after allegedly stealing merchandise from Wal-Mart, 2500 W. 95th St., police said.

Oak Lawn

A cell phone was reported stolen Oct. 3 from the purse of a customer at the Salvation Army store, 8732 S. Cicero Ave.
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A catalytic convertor was reported stolen between Oct. 5 and 10 from a car in the 10900 block of Keating Avenue.
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A 70-inch television, a game system, an iPod and seven Gucci belts were reported stolen Oct. 7 from an apartment in the 9600 block of Ridgeland Avenue. Offenders entered the apartment after breaking the kitchen window.
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Stephen G. Gaal, 55, of Oak Lawn, was charged with drunken driving, speeding and no insurance Oct. 8 after a stop in the 6100 block of 97th Street, police said.
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Adan C. Garcia, 24, of Chicago, was charged with drunken driving, speeding, improper lane use, no insurance and no driver’s license Oct. 10 after a stop at 95th Street and McVicker Avenue, police said.
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Cara B. Schrage, 37, of Hometown, was charged with drunken driving, speeding, no insurance and improper lane use Oct. 11 following a stop at Southwest Highway and Kilpatrick Avenue, police said.
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Harold Morgan, 58, of Chicago, was charged with assault Oct. 10 after a disturbance at Christ Medical Center, 4440 W. 95th St., police said.
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A purse was reported stolen Oct. 12 from a customer’s shopping cart at the Salvation Army store, 8732 S. Cicero Ave.
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Steven J. Haase, 21, and Luis A. Nunez, 22, both of Oak Lawn, were charged with disorderly conduct Oct. 12 following a disturbance in the 5400 block of 95th Street, police said.
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Tools valued at approximately $4,000 were reported stolen Oct. 12 or 13 from a garage in the 9700 block of Ridgeland Avenue, police said.
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Mario Romero, 42, of Berwyn, was charged with drunken driving, speeding and no insurance after an Oct. 13 stop at 91st Street and Cicero Avenue, police said.
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Claudia A. Bautista, 40, of Bridgeview, was charged with drunken driving, improper lane use and no insurance after an Oct. 13 stop at Southwest Highway and Sproat Avenue, police said.
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Nike V. Stevens, 18, and Marcel K. Porter, 18, both of Chicago, were charged with retail theft Oct. 15 after allegedly stealing goods from Kmart, 4101 W. 95th St., police said.
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Timothy K. Malone, 30, of Orland Park, was charged with disorderly conduct Oct. 16 following a disturbance in the 4800 block of 95th St., police said.
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Leroy Stanton, 41, of Chicago, was charged with retail theft Oct. 17 after stealing merchandise from Kmart, 4101 W. 95th St., police said.

Palos Hills

A credit card, money order and miscellaneous items were stolen Oct. 15 from a purse in the 14000 block of Robert Road.
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Adam Fijalkowski, 21, of Palos Hills, was charged with trespassing and criminal damage to property Oct. 17 after he allegedly entered a house in the 11100 block of 84th Avenue, police said.

Worth

Daniel J. Mario, 64, of Worth, was charged with domestic battery Oct. 18 following a disturbance in the 7200 block of 107th Street, 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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