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Midlothian, Oak Forest police blotter

Updated: March 24, 2014 10:10PM



MIDLOTHIAN

DUI ARREST: Keith Svitanek, 35, 6708 W. 107th St., Chicago Ridge, was charged with drunken driving, speeding, improper lane use, no insurance and running a red light after a March 8 stop in the 3200 block of 147th Street, police said.

BURGLARY: Two socket wrench sets were stolen between March 12 and 14 from a van in the 14700 block of Keeler Avenue.

COKE CHARGE: Roberto Perez, 29, 12822 California Ave., Blue Island, and Steven Aguirre, 27, 14444 Blaine Ave., Posen, were charged with possession of cocaine after one of them asked a waitress on March 14 if she wanted to “party” and claimed he was armed with a handgun at Durbin’s, 14753 Cicero Ave., police said.

ORDER VIOLATED: Mark Marfise, 58, 14936 Keeler Ave., Midlothian, was charged with violating an order of protection after a March 15 incident at his home, police said.

DOMESTIC BATTERY: Richard Fryer, 35, 3635 W. 147th St., Midlothian, was charged with domestic battery after a March 16 disturbance in the 3600 block of 147th Street, police said.

CAR THEFT: A 2011 Chevrolet Malibu was stolen March 17 in the 14800 block of Pulaski Road.

TRUCK THEFT: A 1998 Ford pickup truck and a camper on the truck bed were stolen March 17 from a driveway in the 14800 block of Kostner Avenue.

CAR THEFT: A 2003 Saturn was stolen March 18 in the 14600 block of Karlov Avenue.

RETAIL THEFT: Lamarr Simms, 25, 1650 W. 78th St., Chicago, was charged with retail theft after stealing $100 worth of items March 20 from Family Dollar, 14446 Pulaski Road, police said.

OAK FOREST

PURLOINED PURSE: A Flossmoor woman told police someone stole her purse Feb. 23 when she was at Martini Bar, 4142 W. 167th St.

DOMESTIC BATTERY: Gilbert Savage, 28, 5775 W. 150th Place, Oak Forest, was charged with domestic battery after a March 4 incident at his home, police said.

SHATTERED WINDOW: The rear window of a car was shattered March 6 in the 6500 block of 157th Street.

DOMESTIC BATTERY: Kevin Barrientos, 21, 5716 Victoria Drive, Oak Forest, was charged with domestic battery after a dispute March 6 in a car near 147th Street and Central Avenue, police said.

IDENTITY THEFT: An Oak Forest woman told police that someone fraudulently charged $544 to her credit card March 6 at a gas station in Markham.

BATTERY: Corey Gilmack, 23, 6609 Linden Drive, Oak Forest, was charged with battery and criminal damage to property after attacking another man and kicking out the window of a police car March 8 in the 6600 block of Linden Drive, police said.

PILFERED PHONE: An iPhone was stolen March 8 from a student’s locker at Oak Forest High School, 15201 Central Ave.

DUI ARREST: Mark Assink, 29, 6025 W. 130th Place, Worth Township, was charged with drunken driving, failure to reduce speed to avoid an accident and no insurance after a March 9 crash in the 15100 block of LeClaire Avenue, police said.

PROPERTY DAMAGE: Kyle Matchinins, 20, 5819 W. Victoria Drive, Oak Forest, was charged with criminal damage to property after slamming and breaking a door inside his home March 12, police said.

VANDALISM: The rear passenger window on a car was shattered March 13 in the 16500 block of Craig Drive.

ORDER VIOLATED: John Wilkey, 53, of Downers Grove, was charged with violating an order of protection after a March 15 incident at his home, police said.

THEFT: A cashier at Aldi Foods, 1541 Cicero Ave., told police that a man reached over the counter March 15 and grabbed $500 to $1,000 in cash from her drawer and fled the scene.

BURGLARY: A record player was stolen March 16 during a burglary of an attached garage at a house in the 15000 block of LeClaire Avenue.

CAR BURGLARY: An Oak Forest woman told police someone stole her personal papers from her car March 18 in the 5100 block of Newport Drive.



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