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New Lenox, Will County police blotter

Updated: October 8, 2013 9:36PM



NEW LENOX

HOME BURGLARY: Various items were stolen from a home Sept. 22 in the 1200 block of Timber Place.

IDENTITY THEFT: Identity theft was reported Sept. 25 in the 400 block of North Cedar Road when it was learned that an unknown person used another’s Social Security number to pay off a debt to the Internal Revenue Service.

WINDOW BROKEN: A rock was thrown through a home’s kitchen window Sept. 26 in the 100 block of Batson Court.

DUI ARREST: Jason Schaefer, 23, 108 Roberts Road, New Lenox, was charged with drunken driving, speeding and disobeying a traffic signal after a stop Sept. 27 in the 100 block of East U.S. 30, police said.

HOME BURGLARY: An iPad and an Xbox system were stolen Sept. 28 from a home in the 2200 block of Wellington Court.

DUI CASE: James Sweeney Jr., 33, 398 Hancock Drive, New Lenox, was charged with drunken driving after he was stopped Sept. 30 at U.S. 30 and Cedar Road, police said.

SUSPENDED LICENSE: Kyle Boonstra, 30, 541 S. Cedar Road, New Lenox, was charged with driving on a suspended drivers license after an Oct. 1 stop at Whitehall and Laraway Road, police said.

RETAIL THEFT: Melissa Murray, 33, of New Lenox, was charged with retail theft after she stole merchandise Oct. 2 from Wal-Mart in the 500 block of East U.S. 30, police said.

VANDALISM: A rock was thrown through a window Oct. 2 in the 1000 block of Shagbark Court.

RETAIL THEFT: Tabitha Harding, 29, of Monee, was charged with retail theft after she stole goods Oct. 3 from Wal-Mart in the 500 block of East U.S. 30, police said.

DUI CHARGE: Tuanja Caruth, 52, of Alhambra, Calif., was charged with drunken driving, speeding and disobeying a traffic signal after being stopped Oct. 4 at U.S. 30 and Vine Street, police said.

RETAIL THEFT: Margaret Price, 52, of Wilmington, was charged with retail theft after she stole items Oct. 4 from Wal-Mart in the 500 block of East U.S. 30, police said.

SUSPENDED LICENSE: Jennifer Fox, 20, 11290 Laura, Frankfort, was charged with driving on a suspended license Oct. 6 after a stop at U.S. 30 and Interstate 80, police said.

DUI ALLEGED: William Dozier, 41, 2927 Horizon Trail, New Lenox, was charged with drunken driving and possession of marijuana after a stop Oct. 6 in the 600 block of West U.S. 30, police said.

WILL COUNTY

VEHICLE BURGLARIES: An MP3 player, golf bag and set of golf clubs were stolen Sept. 18 from an unlocked vehicle in the 7400 block of Arran Drive, Frankfort Square. Several bags of work tools were stolen the same day from a work truck in the 7500 block of Inverness Lane, Frankfort Square.

VEHICLE BURGLARY: A wallet was stolen Sept. 20 from a vehicle in the 18000 block of Richard, Frankfort Township. The victim learned from his bank that a credit card in the wallet was used at five retailers the same day.

VEHICLE BURGLARIES: Change was stolen Sept. 20 from a vehicle in the 13000 block of Florence Road, Frankfort Township. The next day, change was stolen from two vehicles on that block.

VANDALISM: A beer bottle was thrown Sept. 22 through the rear window of a vehicle in the 7700 block of Frankfort Square Road, Frankfort Square.

MARIJUANA CHARGE: Nicholas Garcia, 20, 7524 W. Hickory Creek Drive, Frankfort Square, was charged with possession of marijuana and drug equipment after a stop Sept. 22 in the 20000 block of Rainford Drive, Frankfort Square.

VAN THEFT: A Ford E-250 work van was stolen Sept. 23 from the driveway of a residence in the 19000 block of Redwood Lane, Frankfort Township.

VANDALISM: Someone broke into a residence Sept. 23 in the 20000 block of Timber Mill Drive, Frankfort Township, and damaged drywall and the electric meter outside, causing the electricity to be off.

VEHICLE BURGLARY: A driver’s license and state ID were stolen Sept. 23 from an unlocked vehicle in the 1800 block of Tomahawk Ridge, New Lenox Township.



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