Chicago Heights police blotter
November 14, 2012 10:58PM
Updated: November 14, 2012 11:02PM
ROBBERY: A 79-year-old Chicago Heights man was robbed by two men while he was retrieving his mail Nov. 4 in a common area at the Olympic Village apartment complex. The victim told police the men walked up to him, demanded money and then took his wallet from a back pocket, containing his Social Security card and $120 in cash.
THEFT: An employee of West Chicago-based Triggi Construction told police someone stole a Bobcat tractor worth $35,000 and $2,500 in tools Nov. 4 or 5 from a construction site in the 1800 block of State Street.
DOMESTIC BATTERY: William Washington, 32, 562 Andover St., Chicago Heights, was charged with domestic battery after a Nov. 6 incident at his home, police said.
VANDALISM: All four windows and the windshield of a ar were broken Nov. 7 in the 1600 block of Wentworth Avenue.
BURGLARY: A weed whacker, a chain saw and a hedge trimmer were stolen Nov. 7 or 8 from the garage of a house in the 1600 block of Aberdeen Street.
CAR DAMAGED: Nicholas Ferguson, 2328 Morcambe Bay, New Lenox, was charged with criminal damage to property after shattering the window of a woman’s car following an argument Nov. 9 at Club 390, 390 Orr Road, police said.
HOME BURGLARY: About $3,000 in jewelry, a laptop computer, a debit card and a saw were stolen Nov. 12 from a home in the 700 block of Peoria Street.
HOME BURGLARY: A television, knife, mirror and two video game systems were stolen Nov. 12 from a home in the 200 block of West 15th Place.