Tinley Park police blotter
RETAIL THEFT: Nico Mainor, 25, of Chicago, was charged with retail theft after stealing three DVDs, a water pick and two clocks March 28 from Super Target, 7300 191st St., police said.
DOMESTIC BATTERY: Nikki Duplechin, 37, 17615 65th Ave., Tinley Park, was charged with domestic battery after an April 2 incident at her home, police said.
THEFT: The spare tires were stolen from Jeeps while they were parked April 3 at the 80th Avenue Metra train station.
CAR BURGLARY: A auxiliary cord and a USB cord were stolen April 3 by two teen boys whom a village resident saw rummaging inside her car in the 7900 block of Lakeside Drive.
PROPERTY DAMAGE: Ryan Rowe, 26, of Orland Park, was charged with criminal damage to property after breaking a window at Durbin’s, 17266 Oak Park Ave., on April 6, police said.
RETAIL THEFT: Martha Sanchez, 45, and Dolores Sanchez, 41, both of Chicago Heights, were charged with retail theft after stealing multiple pairs of earrings April 7 from Kohl’s, 7500 W. 191st St., police said.
THEFT: Christopher Lacy, 19, of Oak Forest, was charged with theft after surveillance video captured him removing $80 from a colleague’s wallet April 8 when she left it in the break room of Super Kmart, 16300 Harlem Ave., police said.
RETAIL THEFT: Christian Wacker, 22, of Tinley Park, was charged with retail theft and possession of drug equipment after stealing clothing April 9 from Burlington Coat Factory, 7061 W. 159th St., police said.
RETAIL THEFT: Jasmine Velazquez, 19, of Chicago Heights, was charged with retail theft after stealing more than $200 in children’s clothing April 10 from Old Navy, 7410 W. 191st St., police said.
WARRANT ARREST: MaryEllen Tomaszewski, 63, of Tinley Park, was arrested April 10 on a Kane County warrant for violating an order of protection after police saw her make an improper turn onto Cloverview Drive, police said.
DISORDERLY CONDUCT: Joseph Espinoza, 37, of Orland Hills, was charged with disorderly conduct April 10 after following a woman into the Olympic Star restaurant, 7100 W. 171st St., and screaming at her, police said.