Matteson, Park Forest police blotter
September 15, 2012 12:24AM
Updated: September 15, 2012 12:26AM
THEFT: Two spare tires were stolen Sept. 1 at the America’s Best Value Inn, 5200 U.S. 30.
WARRANT ARREST: James Trivigno, 43, 6709 W. 163rd Place, Tinley Park, was arrested Sept. 1 on a Will County warrant at Hampton Inn, 20920 Matteson Ave.
SUSPENDED LICENSE: Tracy Stingley, 23, 19422 Hickory Place, Country Club Hills, was charged with driving on a suspended license, having expired registration, no insurance and speeding after a Sept. 1 stop at Cicero Avenue and Vollmer Road, police said.
WARRANT ARREST: Keeth Campbell, 35, 1515 Lowe Ave., Chicago Heights, was arrested Sept. 2 on a Sangamon County warrant after a disturbance at Bocce’s, 3909 U.S. 30, police said.
THEFT: Cash was stolen Sept. 2 from a room at the Presidential Inn Motel, 21609 Governors Highway.
THEFT: A Realtor lock box with a key inside was stolen Sept. 3 from a home in the 800 block of Berkshire Drive.
THEFT: A cell phone was stolen Sept. 3 at Fuddrucker’s, 300 Towncenter Drive.
SUSPENDED LICENSE: Timothy Glass, 44, of Gary, was charged with driving on a suspended license and having expired registration and fraudulent plates after a stop Sept. 3 at Cicero Avenue and 207th Street, police said.
MAILBOX MAIMED: A mailbox was damaged Sept. 3 at a home in the 700 block of Old Farm Road.
POT POSSESSION: Juan Santiago, 18, 800 Harvard Lane, Matteson, was charged with possession of marijuana after he was stopped Sept. 3 in the 4700 block of U.S. 30, police said.
GRAFFITI: The Metra station platform at Front and Main Streets was spray painted Sept. 4 with graffiti.
HOME BURGLARY: Jewelry and two handguns were stolen Sept. 4 from a home in the 4700 block of Pembroke Road.
SUSPENDED LICENSE: Darius Jackson, 31, 2539 E. 77th St., Chicago, was charged with driving on a suspended license, no insurance and improper lane use after a Sept. 4 stop at Interstate 57 and U.S. 30, police said.
SUSPENDED LICENSE: Michael White, 24, 5430 Laflin St., Chicago, was charged with driving on a suspended license and without headlights or insurance after being stopped Sept. 4 at Southwick Drive and Cicero Avenue, police said.
CAR THEFT: A 2000 Mercedes E320 was stolen Sept. 4 from a home in the 6300 block of Pond View Drive.
BIKE THEFT: A bike was stolen Sept. 1 from a home in the 400 block of Neosho Street.
DISORDERLY CONDUCT: Timothy Tapp, 48, 350 Juniper St., Park Forest, was charged with disorderly conduct and resisting police after a Sept. 1 dispute in the 300 block of Juniper Street, police said.
PROPERTY DAMAGE: A car mirror was damaged Sept. 2 at a home in the 100 block of Algonquin Street.
POT POSSESSION: Nicholas Johnson, 27, 267 W. Hickory Court, Chicago Heights, was charged with possession of marijuana, driving on a suspended license, no insurance and improper parking after a Sept. 2 stop at South Street and Western Avenue, police said.
HOME BURGLARY: A laptop computer, iPad, jewelry, cash, a television, DVDs and a game system were stolen Sept. 2 from a home in the 200 block of Arcadia Street.
GUN CHARGE: Jeremiah Brand, 20, 8 Sangamon Court, Park Forest, was charged with possession of a firearm without an owner’s ID card after a Sept. 3 dispute at his home, police said.
ASSAULT: Daryl Steele, 25, 217 Sauk Trail, Park Forest, was charged with aggravated assault and disorderly conduct after a disturbance Sept. 3 at his home, police said.
PROPERTY DAMAGE: A door frame was damaged Sept. 3 at a home in the first block of Water Street.
THEFT: Catalytic converters were stolen Sept. 4 from U-Haul, 2210 Western Ave.
CAR BURGLARY: Cash was stolen from a car Sept. 4 in the 20 block of Cedar Street.
HOME BURGLARY: A camera, food, clothing and cash were stolen Sept. 4 from a home in the 200 block of Berry Street.
CAR BURGLARY: Credit cards were stolen Sept. 4 from a car in the 300 block of Indiana Street.
DOMESTIC BATTERY: Emmanuel Williams, 74, 353 Osage St., Park Forest, was charged with domestic battery and aggravated assault after an altercation Sept. 5 at his residence, police said.