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Chicago Heights police blotter

Updated: August 8, 2013 10:26PM



CHICAGO HEIGHTS

BURGLARY: About 150 feet of copper pipe was stolen July 25 or 26 from a vacant house in the 300 block of Alden Court.

CAR BURGLARY: Three packages from the U.S. Posal Service and a backpack with cash and credit cards were stolen July 26 from a car in the 200 block of West Raye Drive.

CAR BURGLARY: A GPS system was stolen July 26 or 27 from a car in the 300 block of Diane Lane.

DUI CHARGE: Timothy McCormick, 21, 104 W. 29th Place, South Chicago Heights, was charged with drunken driving and improper lane use after a July 27 stop at State and 14th streets, police said.

HOME BURGLARY: A television, two DVD players, two kids’ tablets, an iPod and other electronics were stolen July 27 or 28 from an Olympic Village apartment.

THEFT: A wallet, jeans and keys were stolen July 28 from a locker at St. James Health & Wellness Center, 100 S. 197th Place.

DUI ARREST: Francisco Hernandez, 26, of Montgomery, Ill., was charged with drunken driving, speeding and driving on a revoked license after a stop July 28 at U.S. 30 and Prairie Avenue, police said.

RETAIL THEFT: Nykeelia Williams, 23, 1942 Adams St., Chicago Heights, was charged with retail theft after stealing multiple bottles of alcohol July 29 from Ultra Foods, 571 W. 14th St., police said.

DOMESTIC ASSAULT: Robert Fortenberry, 53, 77 W. 23rd St., Chicago Heights, was charged with domestic assault after threatening to physically harm someone in his home on July 29, police said.

CAR THEFT: A 2002 Ford Explorer was stolen July 30 after the owner left it running outside her home in the first block of 19th Street.

TRESPASSING: Shena Miller, 35, 21 Olympic Village, 1B, Chicago Heights, was charged with criminal trespass to property after climbing July 31 into the locked pool area at her apartment complex, police said.



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