Oak Forest police blotter
SCHOOL THEFT: A teenage girl told police someone stole her iPhone Sept. 23 from a locker at Oak Forest High School, 15201 Central Ave.
BATTERY: An employee of Boost Mobile, 4142 W. 167th St., told police a customer punched him in the face Sept. 23 after he was unable to fix his cellphone and then fled on a bicycle.
HOME BURGLARY: Two video game systems, an iPod and $200 cash were stolen Sept. 25 from an apartment in the 4800 block of 157th Street.
BURGLARY: Tools and children’s toys were stolen between Sept. 25 and 27 from a shed and trailer in the 5100 block of 159th Street.
POT POSSESSION: Jeremy Barrow, 34, 11620 Rogowski Drive, Merrionette Park, was charged with possession of marijuana and drug paraphernalia, running a stop sign and no insurance after a Sept. 26 stop on LeClaire Avenue, police said.
DOMESTIC BATTERY: Marcus Walker, 41, 15301 Knox Ave., Oak Forest, was charged with domestic battery after a Sept. 26 incident at his home, police said.
CAR BURGLARY: $520 in cash was stolen from a purse left inside a car Oct. 1 in the parking lot of Food 4 Less, 5556 159th St.
PROPERTY DAMAGE: Roger Gault, 61, 15331 Holly Court, Oak Forest, was charged with criminal damage to property after cutting his neighbor’s bushes Oct. 2 because they were getting in his way while he walked his dog in their apartment complex in the 5200 block of Laramie Court, police said.
DOMESTIC BATTERY: Brandon Wardell, 28, 15943 LeClaire Ave., Oak Forest, was charged with domestic battery after an Oct. 3 incident at his home, police said.
THEFT: A catalytic converter was stolen Oct. 3 from a car at the Metra station parking lot, 157th Street and Cicero Avenue.
DOMESTIC BATTERY: Jason Bruner, 44, 4741 W. 151st St., Oak Forest, was charged with domestic battery after a dispute Oct. 3 at his home, police said.
BIKE THEFT: A locked bicycle was stolen Oct. 4 from where it was chained at Oak Forest High School, 15201 Central Ave.
DOMESTIC BATTERY: Hector Alvarado, 20, 15744 South Lake Drive, Oak Forest, was charged with domestic battery after an Oct. 6 altercation at his residence, police said.