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New Lenox, Will County police blotter

Updated: September 10, 2013 4:02PM



NEW LENOX

SUSPENDED LICENSE: Christine Kim, 40, 12915 86th Ave., Palos Park, was charged with driving on a suspended license and improper lane use after a stop Aug. 26 at Washington Street and Cherry Hill Road, police said.

REVOKED LICENSE: Rufus Jones, 35, of Joliet, was charged with driving on a revoked license and speeding after he was stopped Aug. 26 at Washington Street and Berkley, police said.

SUSPENDED LICENSE: Armando Najera, 46, 10117 Mulberry Ave., Oak Lawn, was charged with driving on a suspended license Aug. 28 after being stopped at U.S. 30 and Nelson Road, police said.

POT POSSESSION: John Hajek, 23, 354 Aspen Drive, New Lenox, was charged with possession of marijuana and drug equipment and speeding, and a passenger, James Plocharczyk, 23, of Manhattan, was charged with possession of marijuana after an Aug. 28 stop in the 1800 block of West U.S. 30, police said.

DUI ARREST: Kyle Bagget, 19, 1817 Tudor Lane, New Lenox, was charged with drunken driving and speeding after a stop Aug. 29 at Illinois Highway and Western Avenue, police said.

BATTERY: Susan Head, 48, 840 Westwind Drive, New Lenox, was charged with battery after she got into an altercation Aug. 30 at her residence, police said.

HOME BURGLARY: Personal items were stolen Aug. 30 from a home in the 700 block of Haven Avenue.

VANDALISM: A vehicle was scratched Aug. 31 in the 600 block of Dartmouth Lane.

DUI CHARGE: Danielle Machak, 19, of Joliet, was charged with drunken driving, possession of marijuana and drug equipment and driving in the wrong lane after being stopped Aug. 31 at Kris Drive and Nelson Road, police said.

POT POSSESSION: Jack Callaghan, 19, 409 Navajo Court, New Lenox, was charged with possession of marijuana and drug equipment and driving without a valid license after a stop Sept. 2 at U.S. 30 and Church Street, police said.

HOME BURGLARY: Personal items were taken from a home Sept. 2 in the 1900 block of Grand Prairie Drive.

VANDALISM: A vehicle was scratched Sept. 2 in the 200 block of Wintree Lane.

PURLOINED PURSES: Two purses were stolen Sept. 2 from a vehicle in the 500 block of East Illinois Highway.

BROKEN WINDOW: A window was broken Sept. 3 at Liberty Junior High School in the 100 block of Lenox Street.

RETAIL THEFT: Latroya McElrath, 18, Joliet, was charged with retail theft after she stole merchandise Sept. 4 from Wal-Mart in the 500 block of East U.S. 30, police said.

DUI CASE: Gita Avgeris, 33, 225 E. Woodlawn Road, New Lenox, was charged with drunken driving, illegal transportation of alcohol and speeding after a Sept. 5 stop at Cedar Road and Fir Street, police said.

WILL COUNTY

SUSPENDED LICENSE: John F. Schultz, 41, 16743 Hillside Place, Tinley Park, was charged with driving on a suspended license and no insurance after a stop Aug. 21 at U.S. 30 and Harlem Avenue, Frankfort Township, police said.

DUI ARREST: David E. Mann, 56, 7319 Colony Lane, Frankfort, was charged with drunken driving and failure to reduce speed to avoid an accident after an Aug. 22 crash at Harlem and North avenues, Frankfort Township, police said.

DUI CHARGE: William Flagler, 51, 659 Fairway Lane, Frankfort, was charged with drunken driving and improper lane use after he was stopped Aug. 23 at Harlem and North avenues, Frankfort Township, police said.

THEFT: A catalytic converter was taken Aug. 26 from a van belonging to Lincoln-Way East High School in the school parking lot, 201 W. Colorado Ave., Frankfort Township.

REVOKED LICENSE: Jay P. Grady, 31, 7349 W. 175th St., Tinley Park, was charged with driving on a revoked license and on expired registration after being stopped Aug. 26 at Harlem Avenue and Vollmer Road, Frankfort Township, police said.

THEFT: A baseball bag containing three bats, a face mask, cleats, a helmet, a mitt and batting gloves was stolen Aug. 28 from the athletic building at Summit Hill Junior High School, 7260 W. North Ave., Frankfort Square.



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