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Matteson, Park Forest police blotter

Updated: May 30, 2013 10:30PM



MATTESON

THEFT: A 13-year-old Matteson boy told police someone stole his iPhone May 13 after he left it on the ground during track practice at Huth Middle School, 3718 W. 213th Place.

THEFT: An iPad was stolen May 15 from a customer at Burlington Coat Factory, 21203 Gray Hawk Drive.

BATTERY: Lindsey Richardson, 24, 18350 Anthony Ave., Country Club Hills, was charged with battery after a domestic-related incident May 19 in the 700 block of Notre Dame Drive, police said.

THEFT: A Crete man exercising at L.A. Fitness, 4340 W. U.S. 30, told police someone stole his iPhone and wallet from the locker room on May 24.

SUSPENDED LICENSE: Elizabeth Haynes, 33, 14435 Kolin Ave., Midlothian, was charged with driving on a suspended license after running into a mail truck May 24, causing significant damage, police said.

THEFT: A water meter was stolen May 25 from the basement of a house in the first block of Sundance Road.

PARK FOREST

BATTERY: Tecoby Sanders, 27, 309 Windsor St., Park Forest, was charged with battery after choking a teenager May 14 in the 100 block of Forest Boulevard, police said.

BURGLARY: A water heater was reported stolen May 7 from a vacant house in the 200 block of Arrowhead Street.

STOLEN GRILL: A barbecue grill was stolen May 18 from a porch of a house in the first block of Ash Street.

GUN CHARGES: Quentin Moore, 25, 308 Wildwood Drive, Park Forest, was charged with unlawful possession of a firearm by a felon and possession of a stolen firearm after police found a .45-caliber handgun and two live rounds on him May 19 after they responded to a domestic dispute call at his home, police said. They said the gun was reported stolen from a home in Glenwood in February 2012.



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