Country Club Hills, Homewood police blotter
November 17, 2012 12:20AM
Updated: November 17, 2012 12:24AM
COUNTRY CLUB HILLS
CRIMINAL DAMAGE: Kenneth Rayon, 61, 14000 Wayman Lane, Robbins, was charged with criminal damage to property after kicking the hood of another man’s car during a Nov. 5 argument outside a home in the 100 block of Williamsburg Road, police said.
TRESPASSING: Jerrold Holmes, 61, of Bourbonnais, was charged with criminal trespass after entering the Guitar Center, 4271 W. 167th St., after being warned not to do so and making a racial slur to two employees, police said.
POT POSSESSION: Jeff Jackson, 28, 2253 Windsor Lane, Country Club Hills, was charged with possession of marijuana after being questioned by police Nov. 7 in the 2300 block of Windsor Lane, police said.
DUI ARREST: Daryl Brown, 56, 3910 W. 171st St., Country Club Hills, was charged with drunken driving and illegal transportation of alcohol after a Nov. 9 stop at 172nd Street and Pulaski Road, police said.
BROKEN WINDOW: A rock was thrown through an office window between Nov. 2 and Nov. 4 in the 18200 block of Kedzie Avenue.
DOG ATTACK: The owner of a retriever was charged with having a dog at large after his retriever escaped from his yard and attacked a small dog that was being walked on a leash Nov. 4 in the 18400 block of Perth Avenue. The small dog had to be euthanized due to the injuries it sustained, police said.
BOGUS BILL: A customer passed a counterfeit $50 bill in paying for gas Nov. 7 at the 7-Eleven in the 3100 block of 183rd Street. The clerk saw that the bill was phony and called police, but the customer fled before police arrived.
DRUG CHARGE: Neal Regan, 28, of the 16800 block of 81st Avenue, Tinley Park, was charged with possession of hypodermic syringes, driving on a suspended license, fleeing police, no insurance and disobeying a traffic signal after a stop Nov. 8 at Heather Road and Palmer Avenue, police said.
DUI ARREST: Craig Bailey, 46, of Calumet City, was charged with drunken driving, illegal transportation of alcohol and improper lane use after a Nov. 8 stop at 183rd Street and Riegel Road, police said.
HOME BURGLARY: A game console was stolen from a home Nov. 9 in the 18500 block of Clyde Road.
HOME BURGLARY: An iPod was stolen Nov. 9 from a house in the 17500 block of Sycamore rive.
RETAIL THEFT: Keith Williams, 19, of Harvey, was charged with retail theft, resisting arrest and criminal damage to property after he stole merchandise Nov. 9 from Super Kmart in the 17500 block of Halsted Street, police said. They said Williams ran when police tried to stop him outside the store, and later yelled and pounded on a cell door at the police station and forced himself to vomit on the floor.
HOME BURGLARY: A game system and a laptop computer were stolen Nov. 9 from a house in the 18400 block of Riegel Road.
FUNNY MONEY: Police were called Nov. 10 to White Castle in the 18200 block of Halsted Street after an employee saw a customer try to pay for a meal with a counterfeit $20 bill. The customer told police he cashed a check at a Bolingbrook currency exchange and apparently was given five phony $20 bills, which he turned over to police, according to police.
WINDOWS BUSTED: Windows on two vehicles in a driveway were broken out Nov. 11 in the 1700 block of Cedar Road.