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Country Club Hills, Homewood police blotter

Updated: September 6, 2012 11:10PM



COUNTRY CLUB HILLS

AGGRAVATED ASSAULT: Corey Anderson, 21, 4575 Provincetown Drive, Country Club Hills, was charged with aggravated assault and speeding after threatening to hit the police officer who stopped him Aug. 20 in the 18200 block of Pulaski Road, police said.

DUI ARREST: Marcus Stevens, 37, 3404 Monte Marte Ave., Hazel Crest, was charged with drunken driving, improper lane use, no insurance and no taillights after an Aug. 22 stop at 181st Street and Cicero Avenue, police said.

DUI CHARGE: Nicholas Koce, 23, 17050 Forest Ave., Oak Forest, was charged with drunken driving and speeding after he was stopped Aug. 23 in the 4900 block of 175th Street, police said.

BATTERY: Toryonne Harris, 32, 398 14th St., Chicago Heights, was charged with battery after attacking a man who was walking Aug. 23 in the 4200 block of 167th Street, police said.

EMPLOYEE THEFT: Lakisha Black, 29, 3928 S. Wells St., Chicago, was charged with theft Aug. 25 after stealing several hundred dollars from Wal-Mart, 4005 W. 168th Place, while employed as a cashier, police said.

ASSAULT: Allen Phillips, 35, 3225 McBreen Ave., Robbins, was charged with assault after an Aug. 27 altercation with a woman over a car in the 18700 block of Oakwood Avenue, police said.

BURGLARY: A Realtor reported to police Aug. 27 that a stove and a refrigerator were taken from a vacant house in the 17600 block of Anthony Avenue sometime in the previous week.

MARIJUANA CHARGE: Kejuan Ross, 19, 18053 Juneway Court, Country Club Hills, was charged with possession of marijuana after an Aug. 27 stop at 179th Street and Maple, police said.

BIKE THEFT: A bicycle was stolen Aug. 28 from outside of Dollar General, 4045 W. 183rd St.

STOLEN BIKE: A mountain bike was stolen Aug. 29 from a yard in the 3700 block of Highland Place.

DOMESTIC BATTERY: Gregory Murry, 31, 14501 Ashland Ave., Harvey, was charged with domestic battery after an Aug. 29 incident on 167th Street, police said.

CAR BURGLARY: A GPS system and a DVD player were stolen Aug. 29 from a car in the 17800 block of Princeton Lane.

DOMESTIC BATTERY: Curtis Fenton, 49, 6727 S. Walcott St., Chicago, was charged with domestic battery after a Sept. 2 disturbance at a home in the 18200 block of Cicero Avenue, police said.

HOMEWOOD

PURLOINED PURSE: A purse was stolen Aug. 24 from the Dollar Tree store, 17510 Halsted St.

DOMESTIC BATTERY: Matthew Haussler, 27, 1700 Maple Road, Homewood, was charged Aug. 25 with domestic battery after a disturbance at his home, police said.

DUI ARREST: Fabio Garsa, 34, 1600 Lathrop Ave., Harvey, was charged with drunken driving, driving on a suspended license, leaving the scene of an accident and speeding after an Aug. 25 accident in the Super Kmart parking lot, 17550 Halsted St., police said.

CAR THEFT: A car was stolen Aug. 26 from the Shell gas station, 17945 Halsted St.

THEFT: Rear and front license plates were stolen Aug. 26 or 27 from a car in the 18400 block of Klimm Avenue.

THEFT: A wallet was stolen Aug. 28 from a shopping basket at Jewel-Osco, 17705 Halsted St.

CAR BURGLARY: A radio was stolen Aug. 29 from a car in the 1400 block of Burr Oak Road.

CAR BURGLARIES: CDs were stolen Aug. 29 after two cars were broken into in the 1300 block of Linden Road.

THEFT: Landscape lights were stolen Aug. 29 from a home in the 1800 block of Loomis Avenue.

CAR BURGLARY: A book bag and laptop computer were stolen Aug. 29 from a car in the 18600 block of Kedzie Avenue.

CAR BURGLARY: A navigation system was stolen Aug. 29 or 30 from a car in the 1400 block of Willow Road.

CAR BURGLARY: An iPod, a calculator, a gym bag and clothes were stolen Aug. 29 or 30 from a car in the 3000 block of Matthews Lane.

DUI ARREST: Scott Talbert, 35, 912 Verne Lane, Flossmoor, was charged with drunken driving, aggravated assault and resisting arrest after an Aug. 30 stop in the 2100 block of 183rd Street, police said.



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