Frankfort, Mokena police blotter
June 14, 2013 10:18PM
Updated: June 14, 2013 10:24PM
VANDALISM: A mailbox was damaged May 28 in the 9200 block of Maura Court.
FORGERY: Tanisha Marshall, 35, of Chicago, and Wellington Tyson, 58, 5256 Imperial Drive, Richton Park, were charged with forgery and identity theft in connection with a May 29 incident at a retail business in the 20600 block of LaGrange Road, police said. They said Marshall also was charged with resisting arrest and fleeing police.
VANDALISM: A vehicle was damaged May 30 while parked in the street in the 200 block of Nebraska Street.
REVOKED LICENSE: Reginald Carney, 52, 12518 S. Lowe St., Chicago, was charged with driving on a revoked license and no insurance after a stop May 30 at U.S. 30 and Harlem Avenue, police said.
MARIJUANA CHARGE: Alex C. Bird, 19, 10569 Shilling Road, Frankfort, was charged with possession of marijuana and drug equipment, no insurance and possession of alcohol by a minor after a May 30 stop at Pfeiffer and St. Francis roads, police said.
POT POSSESSION: John Esparza, 19, 84 Corinth Drive, Tinley Park, was charged with possession of marijuana and drug equipment after a June 1 stop at O’Connell Avenue and Swanberg Lane, police said.
MARIJUANA CHARGE: Kevin Greaney, 24, of Joliet, was charged with possession of marijuana after police witnessed a drug transaction June 1 in the 19800 block of LaGrange Road, police said.
DUI ARREST: Linda Johnson, 51, 18106 Hummingbird Lane, Tinley Park, was charged with drunken driving, failure to reduce speed to avoid an accident and no insurance after causing a three-car crash June 4 on LaGrange Road at Interstate 80, police said.
DUI CHARGE: David Noel, 28, of Highland, Ind., was charged with drunken driving, improper lane use and running a red light after a stop June 7 in the 9600 block of 191st Street, police said.
DUI ALLEGED: Richard Mattingly, 54, 18838 Wolf Road, Mokena, was charged with drunken driving and improper parking on a roadway after being stopped June 8 in the 9800 block of 191st Street, police said.