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Homer Glen, Orland Park police blotter

Updated: June 18, 2013 10:20PM



HOMER GLEN

VAN DAMAGED: The rear hatch window of a 2005 Dodge Caravan was broken out June 4 in the 16000 block of Deer Path Drive.

VEHICLES VANDALIZED: Vandals broke out windows June 5 on four vehicles, two of which were in the 16000 block of Meadowcrest Drive and the other two in the 16000 block of Pineview Drive.

VEHICLE BURGLARY: A GPS system was stolen June 5 from a vehicle in the 14000 block of Split Rail Drive.

REVOKED LICENSE: Robert Esquivel, 27, 14268 W. Melbourne Place, Lockport, was charged with driving on a revoked license after a stop June 7 in the 14000 block of 159th Street, police said.

CRASH CHARGES: Jake M. Stevenson, 18, 1020 MacGregor Road, Lockport Township, was charged with driving a vehicle illegally on a roadway and no insurance after he was struck by a pickup truck June 5 at 139th Street and Twin Oaks Court, police said.

VEHICLE BURGLARY: A new television set, unopened in its box, was stolen June 5 from an unlocked vehicle in the 13000 block of Pin Oak Court.

DUI ARREST: Kestutis Varatiejus, 37, of Bolingbrook, was charged with drunken driving and having the taillights out after a stop June 9 at 143rd Street and Cedar Road, police said.

ORLAND PARK

DUI ARREST: Oldia Romero, 50, 7821 Kilpatrick Ave., Chicago, was charged with drunken driving, failure to reduce speed to avoid an accident and illegal transportation of alcohol after a May 19 accident on Harlem Avenue, police said.

COKE CHARGE: Francisco Montoya, 19, 10637 80th Court, and Steve Zahra, 18, 10244 80th Court, both of Palos Hills, were charged with possession of cocaine after a May 24 stop on Orland Square Drive, police said.

RETAIL THEFT: Ceare Henry, 10020 Peoria St., Chicago, was charged with retail theft after stealing $373 worth of merchandise May 25 from J.C. Penney at Orland Square Mall, police said.

HIT AND RUN: William Landgraf, 33, 8197 Braeburn Lane, Orland Park, was charged with reckless driving, leaving the scene of an accident, failure to reduce speed to avoid an accident and no insurance after crashing his Jeep in to another car May 25 at Regent and Wheeler drives, police said. They said Landgraf fled the scene, driving across several lawns and abandoning the car in the 15500 block of Orlan Brook Drive before running home, police said.

DRUG ARREST: Robert Eischen, 19, 14313 Wooded Path Lane, Orland Park, was charged with selling prescription drugs after police observed him sell Xanax pills May 30 on Ashley Drive to someone who was working with police, police said.

RETAIL THEFT: Kristine Halper, 46, 706 Colony Lane, Frankfort, was charged with retail theft after stealing $300 worth of goods May 31 from Macy’s at Orland Square Mall, police said.

DRUG ARREST: Ryan Andersen, 20, 10225 143rd St., Orland Park, was charged with illegal possession of prescription drugs, making an improper turn and following too closely after a May 31 stop on Orland Square Drive, police said.

RETAIL THEFT: Patrice Baltimore, 41, 744 S. Fairfield Lane, and Pernorise Brownbridge, 48, 218 W. 71st St., both of Chicago, were charged with retail theft after stealing 22 pairs of jeans worth about $800 and three dresses June 1 from Sears at Orland Square Mall, police said.

POT POSSESSION: Brendan O’Connor, 20, 8230 138th Place, Orland Park, was charged with possession of marijuana and drug paraphernalia after being stopped June 2 in the 8500 block of Cherry Lane, police said.

DUI CASE: Francesco Pollini, 21, 14517 Lemont Road, Homer Glen, was charged with drunken driving, no insurance, improper lane use and following too closely after a stop June 2 on 159th Street, police said.

DUI ALLEGED: David Hakala, 25, of Shorewood, was charged with drunken driving after he was stopped June 2 on Windermere Court, police said.



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