Flossmoor, Homewood police blotter
August 8, 2012 12:18AM
Updated: August 8, 2012 12:20AM
BIKE THEFTS: Bicycles were stolen July 24 and 27 and Aug. 1 from a rack in the 1000 block of Sterling Avenue.
STOLEN BIKES: Bicycles were taken July 25 and Aug. 1 from a rack in the 2500 block of Flossmoor Road.
BIKE THEFT: A bicycle was stolen July 30 from a rack at the Metra station, 1077 Sterling Ave.
HOME BURGLARY: Two televisions, a computer and jewelry were stolen July 31 from a house in the 1700 block of Lynnwood Court.
BIKE THEFT: A bicycle was stolen July 31 from a rack in the 900 block of Burns Avenue.
VEHICLE BURGLARY: An iPass unit, change and other items were stolen July 27 from a vehicle in the 18600 block of Marshfield Avenue.
THEFT: Hubcaps were stolen July 27 from a vehicle at Jewel Foods, 17705 Halsted St.
VEHICLE BURGLARIES: Two tool boxes and a camera were stolen from one vehicle and a purse was taken from another July 27 in the 18500 block of Marshfield Avenue.
GARAGE BURGLARY: A bicycle rack was stolen from a garage and change was stolen from a vehicle in a garage July 27 in the 18500 block of Marshfield Avenue.
FORGERY: Victoria Tolbert, 21, 15329 Birch St., Markham, was charged with forgery after she tried to cash a fraudulent check July 28 at Harris Bank, 17600 Halsted St., police said.
DUI CASE: Lekeyon McGee, 27, of Chicago, was charged with drunken driving and improper lane use after a stop July 28 in the 2900 block of 183rd Street, police said.
SUSPENDED LICENSE: Donald Carter, 22, 18914 Stonecreek Drive, Hazel Crest, was charged with driving on a suspended license, no front license plate and obstructing identification after a July 29 stop at 175th Street and Lincoln Avenue, police said.
VEHICLE BURGLARY: A GPS unit was stolen July 28 from a vehicle in the 2200 block of Maple Road.
BIKE THEFTS: Two bicycles were stolen Aug. 1 from Walt’s Foods, 2345 183rd St.
ARSON: Three picnic tables were set on fire Aug. 1 at Apollo Park, 1050 191st St.
PROPERTY DAMAGE: The 13th green at Calumet Country Club, 2150 175th St., was damaged Aug. 1 by someone poking the turf with a tee marker.