Midlothian, Oak Forest police blotter
December 18, 2013 8:20PM
Updated: December 18, 2013 8:22PM
THEFT: An employee of Bremen High School, 15233 Pulaski Road, told police someone stole all four of her car tires and rims when she was parked in a school lot on Dec. 6.
DUI ARREST: Daniel Mateo, 32, 13503 Western Ave., Blue Island, was charged with drunken driving and driving on a suspended license after a Dec. 7 stop in the 15100 block of Cicero Avenue, police said.
BURGLARY: A drill, a reciprocating saw and a girls bicycle were stolen Dec. 8 from a garage in the 14600 block of Sawyer Avenue.
DOMESTIC BATTERY: Matthew Slattery, 24, 14935 Terrace Lane, Midlothian, was charged with domestic battery after a Dec. 8 incident at his home, police said.
HOME BURGLARY: A television and two video game systems were stolen between Dec. 8 and 12 from a home in the 3400 block of 147th Street.
RESISTING POLICE: Richard Wolf, 20, 6954 W. Kensington Court, Tinley Park, was charged with resisting police, possession of marijuana, squealing tires, possession of alcohol by a minor and no insurance after a Dec. 11 stop on Laramie Avenue, police said.
VANDALISM: A car’s rear window was shattered Dec. 11 in the 15300 block of Oak Park Avenue.
DOMESTIC BATTERY: Juleanne Sandoval, 44, 5332 Crescent Lane, Oak Forest, was charged with domestic battery after a Dec. 13 incident at her home, police said.
BURGLARY: A backpack containing a wallet and clothes was stolen Dec. 14 from a car in the 5500 block of Christopher Drive.
DOMESTIC BATTERY: Jasmine Shaheen, 20, 4823 W. 157th St., Oak Forest, was charged with domestic battery after a Dec. 15 disturbance at her residence, police said.
BATTERY: Brian Armistead, 38, 4905 W. Lorin Lane, Oak Forest, was charged with battery after fighting with another man Dec. 15 outside his home, police said.
DUI ARREST: Jason Coleman, 41, 15428 Marshfield, Harvey, was charged with drunken driving, improper lane use and driving too fast for conditions after a stop Dec. 15 at 159th Street and LeClaire Avenue, police said.