TINLEY PARK

Public sex but no charges

An apparently drunken married couple were reprimanded by police but not charged after they were seen engaging in sex May 24 in the pedestrian tunnel at the 80th Avenue Metra station, police said.

They said a cable TV operator observed the couple and called police, who told the couple that their behavior constituted public indecency and was against the law.

The couple told officers that they were attending a wedding reception at the train station and slipped outside so the wife could perform oral sex on her husband.

Both apologized and were allowed to return to the reception without being ticketed, according to police.

Kate McCann

COUNTRY CLUB HILLS

Loaded gun found
in speeder’s car

An 18-year-old city resident was arrested on a felony gun charge after speeding at 80 mph on a residential street by the police station, according to police.

They said an officer was pulling onto the street May 29 when he witnessed Victor Trotter racing by and pursued him, quickly pulling him over at Country Club Drive and Kirk Court.

The officer spotted a loaded handgun in Trotter’s car, causing Trotter to yell to a nearby family member, “I’m going to jail, they got me with my banger!” police reported.

Trotter, 17741 Country Club Drive, was charged with unlawful use of a weapon, possession of a gun without a valid firearm owner’s ID card, speeding and no insurance, police said.

Kate McCann

OAK LAWN

Resident accused
of lewd conduct

A 64-year-old Oak Lawn man was charged with disorderly conduct after a woman complained to police May 27 that he masturbated while standing naked in the window of his mobile home, police said.

The woman told police she was walking her dog near 91st Street and Kilpatrick Avenue about 7 a.m. when she saw the naked man through the window.

Police questioned Eugene Pahr, 9001 Cicero Ave., Unit 89, about the incident, and he told them that he sleeps naked and went to the kitchen that morning to make coffee but did not masturbate.

Steve Metsch

OAK FOREST

Woman charged
in hit and run

An Oak Forest woman faces multiple charges after crashing into two parked cars, fleeing the scene and then fighting with a police officer as he tried to arrest her May 30 in her front yard, police said.

A South Holland man told police he was sitting in his car outside the Nite Games bar, 5544 W. 147th St., when Deborah Binol backed into the bumper of his car and continued driving backward without stopping. She then backed into a second parked car, jumped a curb and fled the scene, according to other witnesses.

Police tracked Binol to her house, where they tried to arrest her for leaving the scene of an accident. Binol tried to avoid being handcuffed and kicked an officer, according to police. They said Binol, 54, 15404 Las Flores Ave., was charged with leaving the scene of an accident, battery and resisting arrest.

Kate McCann