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Homer Glen, Orland Park police blotter

Updated: May 30, 2013 10:32PM



HOMER GLEN

SUSPENDED LICENSE: Javier Marquez, 56, 7950 S. Kildare Ave., Chicago, was charged with driving on a suspended license after a May 7 crash at Dublin and Parker roads, police said. They said Michael F. Finnegan, 51, 13526 Erin Drive, Homer Glen, was charged with failing to reduce speed to avoid an accident.

BURGLARY: Between 50 and 75 cartons of cigarettes were stolen May 7 from Ashes Tobacco, 12147 W. 159th St. A patio door was pried open to gain entry.

SUSPENDED LICENSE: Raynard Tipton, 33, of Woodridge, was charged with driving on a suspended license and speeding after a stop May 7 at Dublin and Parker roads, police said.

LICENSE SUSPENDED: Rojelio Carrera, 58, 484 Greensward Way, Matteson, was charged with driving on a suspended license and failure to reduce speed to avoid an accident after a crash May 8 at 143rd Street and Bell Road, police said.

DUI ARREST: James P. Hopkins, 52, 13749 Carefree Drive, Homer Glen, was charged with drunken driving and improper lane use after he was stopped May 11 at Parker Road and Sweetwater Drive, police said.

DUI CASE: Jose Martinez-Chavez, 27, 4207 W. 63rd St., Chicago, was charged with drunken driving, driving on a suspended license, illegal transportation of alcohol and improper lane use May 12 after a stop at Bell Road and Martingale Lane, police said.

DUI CHARGE: Liutauras Pliopa, 50, 14822 W. 143rd St., Homer Glen, was charged with drunken driving after being stopped May 12 in the 14000 block of Parker Road, police said.

BURGLARY: A John Deere Gator utility vehicle was stolen May 13 from a storage shed at the Homer Athletic Club, 15711 Bell Road.

DRUG CHARGES: Michael Hamilton, 19, of Crest Hill, was charged with possession of a controlled substance and marijuana after a May 18 stop at 159th Street and Will-Cook Road, police said.

VEHICLE BURGLARY: A GPS unit, a purse, various change, a key and a tote bag were stolen May 19 from a vehicle in the 14000 block of Rathfarn Drive.

DUI ARREST: Jacquelyn Harper, 23, 13601 Pheasant Circle, Homer Glen, was charged with drunken driving and failure to reduce speed to avoid an accident after she fell asleep while driving May 20 and struck a vehicle that was parked in a driveway, police said.

ORLAND PARK

EMPLOYEE THEFT: Sharielle Willis, 20, 498 Jeffrey Ave., Calumet City, was charged with theft by deception after issuing herself a total of $400 in store credit while working April 28 and May 3 as a cashier at Macy’s at Orland Square Mall, police said.

POT POSSESSION: Bryana Corral, 18, 3816 115th Place, Alsip, was charged with possession of marijuana and not wearing a seat belt after a May 1 stop at 143rd Street and 95th Avenue, police said.

RETAIL THEFT: Cecily Vaughn, 20, 2505 Orion Ave., Sauk Village, was charged with retail theft after stealing $257 worth of merchandise May 3 from Macy’s at Orland Square Mall, police said.

RETAIL THEFT: Ludivina Esparaza, 57, 2256 Vernon St., Blue Island, was charged with retail theft after stealing merchandise May 3 from Macy’s at Orland Square Mall, police said.

RETAIL THEFT: Steven Jackson, 43, 907 W. Argyle Drive, Chicago, was charged with retail theft after stealing $140 worth of clothing May 4 from J.C. Penney at Orland Square Mall, police said.

RETAIL THEFT: Delia Hardrick, 33, 1420 W. 71st St., and Shannon Williamson, 23, 7331 S. Paulina St., both of Chicago, were charged with retail theft after stealing clothing May 10 from American Eagle and H&M at Orland Square Mall, police said. They said Hardrick was also charged with obstructing police after giving them a phony name.

DUI ARREST: Ricardo Herrera, 35, 3623 147th St., Midlothian, was charged with drunken driving, speeding, improper lane use and no insurance after a May 11 stop on 143rd Street, police said.



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