Menu

Police News from 10-23-14

Chicago Ridge

Vanessa M. Barma, 33, of Chicago Ridge, was charged with driving on a suspended license Oct. 13 after a stop in the 6500 block of 95th Street, police said..
***
Itzael Chagoya, 21, of Chicago, was charged with driving on a suspended license and no insurance Oct. 13 after being stopped in the 6500 block of 95th Street, police said..
***
Raymond R. Grant, 37, of Chicago, was charged with theft Oct. 15 after allegedly using a stolen gift card to purchase diamond earrings valued at approximately $2,600 from Zales in Chicago Ridge Mall, police said. .
***
Alfonso V. Aguilar, 54, of Chicago, was charged with driving without a valid license, no insurance and using a cell phone while driving Oct. 17 following a stop at 107th Street and Nashville Avenue, police said..
***
Jonathan Gurrister, 24, of Evergreen Park, was charged with trespassing Oct. 19 after a disturbance in the 10400 block of Brooks Lane, police said.

Evergreen Park

Yndia M. McCall, 29, Chicago, was charged with retail theft Oct. 11 after allegedly stealing goods from Wal-Mart, 2500 W. 95th St., police said..
***
Hexadore C. Randall, 20, of Chicago Heights, was charged with possession of marijuana Oct. 12 after a stop in the 2500 block of Rockwell Avenue, police said..
***
George S. Lemon, 55 of Chicago, was charged with retail theft Oct. 13 after allegedly stealing items from Menards, 9100 S. Western Ave., police said.
***
Marcus A. Ross, 28, of Chicago, was charged with disorderly conduct Oct. 13 following a disturbance at Little Company of Mary Hospital, 2800 W. 95th St., police said..
***
Savonn B. Lanier, 21, of Evergreen Park, was charged with damage to property Oct. 14 after allegedly slashing the tires of a car in the 2700 block of 98th Street, police said..
***
Kimberly L. Bass, 28, of Oak Lawn, was charged with possession of marijuana and improper lane use Oct. 15 after a stop in the 2700 block of 87th Street, police said..
***
Eric A. Kovacevic, 22, of Worth, was charged with possession of a controlled substance and drug paraphernalia Oct. 15 following a traffic stop at 87th Street and Pulaski Road, police said.

Hickory Hills

Ronald G. Acherhof, 43, of Oak Lawn, was charged with driving on a revoked license Oct. 13 following a stop in the 8000 block of 87th Street, police said.
***
Andre Evans, 50, of Chicago, was charged with driving on an expired license and speeding Oct. 16 after being stopped in the 8100 block of 95th Street, police said.
***
Charles P. Grima, 40, of Justice, was charged with driving on a revoked license and speeding Oct. 16 after a stop in the 9200 block of 88th Avenue, police said.
***
Bolaji M. Delk, 18, of Chicago, was charged with retail theft Oct. 16 after allegedly stealing merchandise from CVS, 8811 W. 87th St., police said.
***
Akram A. Rafati, 45, of Chicago Ridge, was charged with possession of marijuana Oct. 18 after a stop in the 7800 block of 89th Place, police said.

Oak Lawn

John J. Mulcahy, 24, of Orland Park, was charged with drunken driving, no insurance and improper lane use Oct. 5 after a stop at 95th Street and Cicero Avenue, police said.
***
Samantha Ely, 36, of Burbank, was charged with possession of a controlled substance and drug equipment and obstructing a police officer Oct. 6 after she was stopped in the parking lot of L.A. Fitness, 8812 S. Cicero Ave., police said.
***
Zachary E. Burns, 19, of Oak Lawn, was charged with possession of a controlled substance, marijuana and drug equipment Oct. 10 after a stop at 93rd Street and Kilpatrick Avenue, police said.
***
Emily M. Gray, 24, of Bridgeview, was charged with drunken driving, no insurance and improper lane use Oct. 11 after she was stopped at 95th Street and Kolin Avenue, police said.
***
Terrance K. Wade, 41, of Chicago, was charged with retail theft Oct. 11 after allegedly stealing items from Kmart, 4101 W. 95th St., police said.
***
Denisse Serrato-Gasca, 20, of Burbank, was charged with drunken driving, speeding and illegal consumption of alcohol by a minor Oct. 11 following a stop at 101st Street and Central Avenue, police said.
***
Bobby L. Thomas Jr., 47, of Chicago, was charged with retail theft Oct. 11 after allegedly stealing goods from Kmart, 4101 W. 95th St., police said.
***
Javon L. Williams, 29, of Hazel Crest, was charged with drunken driving, no insurance, illegal transportation of alcohol and disobeying a red light Oct. 12 after a stop at 95th Street and Meade Avenue, police said.
***
Francisco Urquizo, 30, of Tinley Park, was charged with drunken driving Oct. 12 following a stop at 100th Street and Cicero Avenue, police said.
***
Tools valued at $1,300 were reported stolen Oct. 12 from a garage in the 10000 block of Moody Avenue.
***
Mohammad H. Ramadan, 32, of Burbank, was charged with drunken driving, speeding and possession of marijuana Oct. 12 following a stop at 87th Street and Long Avenue, police said.
***
Andrew T. Martin, 32, of South Bend, Ind., was charged with trespassing and disorderly conduct Oct. 12 after a disturbance at Andy’s, 9507 S. Cicero Ave., police said. Police said Martin refused to leave the bathroom of the restaurant after repeated requests by management.
***
Alex A. Hernandez-Garcia, 23, of Bolingbrook, was charged with drunken driving, speeding and improper lane use Oct. 13 after he was stopped at Southwest Highway and Menard Avenue, police said.

***
Gregory J. Foertsch, 45, of Chicago, was charged with drunken driving and improper lane use Oct. 13 after being stopped at 96th Street and Pulaski Road, police said.
***
Cathleen A. Mazurek, 43, of Oak Lawn, was charged with retail theft Oct. 13 after allegedly stealing goods from Target, 4120 W. 95th Street, police said.
***
Tools valued at $2,600 were reported stolen Oct. 14 from a car in the 11000 block of Cicero Avenue.

Palos Hills

A house in the 10600 block of Vicky Lane was ransacked Oct. 16.
***
Martusz Winiarski, 30, of Burbank, was charged with drunken driving, driving with open alcohol and speeding Oct. 17 after a stop at 100th Street and Roberts Road, police said.
***
The bedroom of a house in the 8800 block of 97th Street was ransacked on Oct. 17.
***
A house in the 7300 block of 103rd Street was ransacked on Oct. 17.

Worth

Yasin A. Noblin, 35, of Worth, was charged with unlawful violation of an order of protection Oct. 11 following a disturbance in the 7100 block of 107th Street, police said.
***
Tonya C. Bouquet, 35, of Justice, was charged with driving on a suspended license, no insurance and failure to reduce speed to avoid an accident Oct. 15 following an accident at 109th Street and Harlem Avenue, police said.
***
Saleh Hasan, 25, of Worth, was charged with theft Oct. 15 after allegedly stealing items from a storage unit at an apartment building in the 6800 block of Lode Drive, police said.
***
Baretta Wright, 39, of Chicago, was charged with driving on a suspended license Oct. 16 following a stop in the 7000 block of 107th Street, police said.

OL man charged with burglary

  • Written by Bob Rakow

Bond was set at $50,000 for an Oak Lawn man charged with burglary Sept. 29 after being spotted leaving a garage on a bicycle with a bag of tools in his hand, police said.
Matthew J. Dearman, 46, of Oak Lawn, was spotted by police at 4:17 a.m. walking up a driveway in the 9700 block of Natoma Avenue in Oak Lawn, according to reports. Moments later, police spotted him leaving the driveway on a bicycle carrying a bag.
Members of the police department’s tactical team attempted to speak to Dearman, but he dropped the bag and fled on foot into adjacent yards, they said.
Police set up a perimeter and began to search for Dearman, who eventually was found hiding in bushes in a nearby backyard, they said.
The homeowner identified the items in the bag, which included tools, as property taken from his garage, police said.
Police had been conducting overnight surveillance in the area, as several burglaries have occurred recently in the neighborhood.

Complaints to the second power

  • Written by Bob Rakow

First it was power washing, now it’s power tools.
An angry Hickory Hills resident returned to the city council last Thursday asking aldermen once again to intervene in an escalating dispute he’s having with a neighbor.
Gil Marek, of the 9300 block of 79th Avenue, asked aldermen to take action to prevent the neighbor from repairing campers in his driveway, which is located directly across the street from Marek’s house.
Marek said his neighbor has worked on at least three campers in recent weeks, which includes the use of power tools well into the night.
“There was some use of a metal grinder,” Marek said. “It was very noisy. That’s going over the border. Every day there’s something.”
Marek said his neighbor routinely works on vehicles in the driveway from 7 a.m. to 11 p.m.
“It’s too much,” he said. “I understand a little bit of hobby work.”
He added that many of his neighbors are angry about the situation, but are afraid to call the police and complain to the city.
Marek stood before aldermen several months ago complaining about the vehicle power washing his neighbor was doing.
He said the oil, grease and dust from many of the older vehicles being washed were draining into the sewers and could be harmful to the city’s storm water system.
Marek said he initially contacted Hickory Hills Police when his neighbor began power washing a truck at 11 p.m. on a Sunday.
Police, however, said there was nothing they could do about the situation and did not talk to his neighbor.
Police Chief Alan Vodicka said there’s little his department can do as long as Marek’s neighbor is not violating an ordinance, such working too late or violating noise restrictions. He said it is unlikely police did not talk to the man.
Vodicka added that there is no evidence that man is running a business from his home, which is prohibited by the city.
Mayor Mike Howley said at last Thursday’s meeting that the city will send Marek’s neighbor a letter reminding him of the ordinances.
“That will at least put him on notice,” Howley said.
Marek told the council during his first appearance that he has no conflicts with his neighbor other than the complaints he’s lodged with the city.
He said Thursday that he’ll attend future council meetings until the problem is resolved.
“I will not stop,” he said. “Every meeting, I will be here.”

Police News from 9-11-14

 Chicago Ridge

 James A. Long, 22, of Justice, was charged with unlawful delivery of a controlled substance Sept. 2 after he was arrested in the parking lot of the Blue Star Motel, 7100 W. 103rd St., police said.
***
  Roxane Mancera, 28, of Chicago Ridge, was charged with driving on a suspended license and disobeying a traffic signal Sept. 3 after being stopped in the 6100 block of 103rd Street, police said.
***
  Omran Aldweikat, 30, of Chicago Ridge, was charged with driving on a suspended license, no insurance and failure to signal following a Sept. 4 stop in the 9900 block of Virginia Avenue, police said.
***
  Juan M. Ramos, 32, of Worth, was charged with driving without a valid license, no insurance, improper lane use and squealing tires Sept. 4 after being stopped at 104th Street and Southwest Highway, police said.

Evergreen Park

 Siro Grassano, 45, of Mt. Prospect, was charged with retail theft Aug. 16 after allegedly stealing frozen pizzas from Meijer, 9200 S. Western Ave., police said.

***
  Ned V. Gardner, 18, of Evergreen Park, was charged with aggravated unlawful use of a weapon Aug. 29 after he allegedly was seen holding a gun in the 8800 block of California Avenue, police said.
***
  Matthew T. Wunderlich, 43, of Evergreen Park, was charged with disorderly conduct and trespassing Aug. 30 following a disturbance in the 2700 block of 99th Street, police said.
***
  Mashanda D. Scott, 28, of Alsip, and Richard C. Scott, 28, Chicago, were charged with retail theft Aug. 31 after allegedly stealing goods from Wal-Mart, 2500 W. 95th St., police said.
***
  Doncarlos A. Chapman, 58, Chicago, was charged with retail theft Sept. 2 after allegedly stealing merchandise from Wal-Mart, 2500 W. 95th St., police said.
***
  Frank E. Rasmussen, 35, Riverdale, was charged Sept. 3 with possession of controlled substance and marijuana, resisting a police officer, driving on an expired registration and improper overtaking following a stop in the 3300 block of 87th St., police said.
***
  Michael S. Wilson, 60, of Burnham, was charged with retail theft Sept. 4 after allegedly stealing goods from Menards, 9100 S. Western Ave., police said.

Hickory Hills

 Carlos Perez, 23, of Woodridge, was charged with drunken driving, driving without a valid license, illegal lane use and expired registration Sept. 1 after a stop at 95th Street and Roberts Road, police said.

***
  Brendan J. Horan, 19, of Hickory Hills, was charged with disorderly conduct and underage consumption of alcohol Sept. 2 after a disturbance in the 9000 block of 92nd Street, police said.
***
  John R. Merriman, 29, of Palos Hills, was charged with retail theft Sept. 4 after allegedly stealing merchandise from Jewel-Osco, 9528 S. Roberts Road, police said.
***
  Jose A. Villapando, 43, of Justice, was charged with drunken driving, use of unsafe of tires and improper lane used Sept. 7 after a stop at 87th Street and 88th Avenue, police said.

Oak Lawn

 Terrance T. Jackson, 22, of Chicago, was charged with retail theft Aug. 15 after allegedly stealing merchandise from Jewel-Osco, 9424 S. Pulaski Road, police said.

***
  Ruben E. Martinez, 37, of Posen, was charged with drunken driving, resisting a police officer, improper lane use, improper signaling and obstructing identification Aug. 23 after a stop in the 9000 block of Cicero Avenue, police said.
***
  Catherine M. Phares, 30, of Oak Lawn, was charged with unauthorized possession of a prescription pad, forgery, possession of a controlled substance, no insurance and driving with expired registration Aug. 25 after a stop in the 4600 block of Southwest Highway, police said.
***
  Anthony Carmichael, 53, of Chicago, was charged with retail theft Aug. 26 after allegedly stealing goods from Kmart, 4101 W. 95th St., police said.
***
  Approximately $12,000 worth of prescription drugs were reported stolen Aug. 26 from a physician’s office in the 10300 block of Cicero Avenue.
***
  A Ford Escape was reported stolen Aug. 29 from the 4000 block of 97th Street, police said.
  Jeffery P. Fox, 31, of Oak Lawn, was charged with possession of a controlled substance, ecstasy, fireworks and drug paraphernalia Aug. 30 after a stop in the 10200 block of Central Avenue, police said.
***
  Onisha D. Sneed, 18, of Justice, was charged with battery and trespassing Aug. 30 after a disturbance at Christ Medical Center, 4440 W. 95th St., police said.
***
  Tools valued at $2,000 were reported stolen Aug. 30 from a garage in the 5900 block of 98th Street.
***
  Cinnamon Francis, 21, of Oak Lawn, was charged with retail theft Aug. 31 after allegedly stealing merchandise from Kmart, 4101 W. 95th St., police said.
***
  Niteasha L. Howard, 22, of Chicago, was charged with battery Sept. 2 after a disturbance at Christ Medical Center, 4440 W. 95th St., police said.
***
  Amy E. Colomb, 47, of Willowbrook, was charged with trespassing and disorderly conduct Sept. 2 after a disturbance at Tailgator’s, 9256 S. Cicero Ave., police said.
***
  Stanislaw Wdowka, 55, of Chicago Ridge, was charged with retail theft Sept. 3 after allegedly stealing goods from Jewel-Osco, 8801 S. Ridgeland Ave., police said.

Palos Hills

 A motorcycle was reported stolen Sept. 2 from the 10000 block of South Hill Terrace.

Worth

 Alejandro E. Trinidad, 39, of Alsip, was charged with driving without a valid license Sept. 6 after a stop in the 6500 block of 107th Street, police said.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Lewd talk heard in the library

  • Written by Bob Rakow

  A Burbank man was charged with disorderly conduct Aug. 6 after allegedly making inappropriate comments to two women at the Oak Lawn Public Library, police said.
  Miguel A. Chacon, 46, reportedly told one of the women that “he’s [aroused] and wants to rub against me,” according to reports.
  The incident occurred at 5:16 p.m. at the library, 9427 S. Raymond Ave. Chacon was spotted by police near 95th Street and 52nd Avenue. He was highly intoxicated and admitted to causing the disturbance, police said.
  Library security told police that the two women he allegedly bothered, both in early 20s, left without giving names or phone numbers and said they did not want to talk to police.
  A library employee told police she heard one of the women say, “Oh no. Oh my God. He is saying things that are inappropriate.” The woman was shaking and raised her hands in disbelief, the employee said.
  The other woman did not seem upset, the employee said.
  The library employee asked if the woman if she wanted to call the police, but she responded, “No, I don’t have time.”
  Police told Chacon he no longer is welcome in the library and would be arrested for trespassing if seen there. Police drove him to motel in Bridgeview where he had a room for the next three nights.