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New Lenox, Will County police blotter

Updated: July 5, 2013 9:12PM



NEW LENOX

BROKEN WINDOW: A window was broken on a vehicle June 21 in the Metra station lot in the 300 block of Church Street.

DUI ARREST: Theresa Berkey, 32, 809 S. Cooper Road, New Lenox, was charged with drunken driving and improper lane use after a stop June 22 at U.S. 6 and Cedar Road, police said.

DUI CHARGE: Elgin Willis, 49, 18725 Stony Island, Chicago Heights, was charged with drunken driving and making an improper turn June 22 after a stop at U.S. 30 and Joliet Highway, police said.

VEHICLE BURGLARIES: An MP3 player, a laptop computer, a pouch and loose change were stolen from three unlocked vehicles June 22 in the 700 block of Teal Drive, the 800 block of Spinnaker Drive and the 800 block of Westwind Drive in the Bluestone Bay subdivision.

WALLET STOLEN: A wallet was stolen from a purse during a party June 22 in the 1200 block of Revere Road.

DUI ALLEGED: Nickolas Eaton, 26, of Joliet, was charged with drunken driving and improper parking on a roadway after police found his car stopped June 23 at Berens Drive and Gougar Road, police said.

SUSPENDED LICENSE: Daniel Mason, 27, of Romeoville, was charged with driving on a suspended license, speeding and no insurance after a June 25 stop in the 2200 block of West Haven Avenue, police said.

RUSE BURGLARY: Personal belongings were stolen June 25 from a house in the 2300 block of U.S. 30. The homeowner told police that a man caused him to come out of his house while a second man entered and took the items.

VEHICLE BURGLARIES: Two GPS units, an iPod, a phone charger and loose change were stolen from four unlocked vehicles June 26 in the 700 block of Bon Terre Road. A fifth vehicle on that block was ransacked, but nothing was taken, police said.

VEHICLE BURGLARIES: A GPS system, a laptop computer, an iPod, an amplifier and a purse were stolen June 26 from three unlocked vehicles in the 700 block of Brockwood Road.

THEFT: Janise Williams, 19, of Joliet, was charged with theft after it was discovered that Williams, a Wal-Mart employee, stole a gift card from a customer June 26 at the store in the 500 block of East U.S. 30, police said.

WARRANT ARREST: Eddie Orellana, 31, of Chicago, was arrested on an Orland Park warrant and was charged with talking on a cellphone in a construction zone after a stop June 26 at U.S. 30 and Williams Street, police said.

GPS THEFT: A GPS unit was stolen from an unlocked vehicle June 26 in the 700 block of Lake Street.

DUI CASE: Karribean Smith, 21, of Joliet, was charged with drunken driving, parking on a roadway and no insurance after police found her asleep behind the wheel of her car June 28 at U.S. 30 and Schoolhouse Road, police said.

REVOKED LICENSE: Enrique Moreno-Hernandez, 50, of Joliet, was charged with driving on a revoked license after he was stopped June 29 in the 1800 block of West U.S. 30, police said.

HIT AND RUN: Scott Richards, 46, 15411 W. 163rd St., Homer Glen, was charged with leaving the scene of an accident and driving on a suspended license after colliding with another vehicle June 30 at Cedar Road and Haven Avenue and fleeing the scene, police said.

STOLEN VEHICLE: Lashieka Hollis, 28, 14925 Center St., Harvey, was charged with possession of a stolen vehicle after a stop June 30 in the 1500 block of West U.S. 30, police said.

WILL COUNTY

BATTERY: Laura A. Anderson, 50, 129 W. Francis Road, New Lenox, was charged with battery and resisting police after an altercation June 18 with a neighbor regarding her dog running loose in the 100 block of Barbara Lane, New Lenox Township, police said.

THEFT: A man entered the Circle K store, 7654 West U.S. 30, Frankfort Township, on June 19, asked for a carton of cigarettes and when the clerk placed the carton on the counter, grabbed the carton and ran out of the store.



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