10:16 AM EDT, June 12, 2013
The following were taken from police reports:
•A 23-year-old Tinley Park man and an 18-year-old Frankfort man who entered Union Creek Skate Park, 19900 80th Ave., by squeezing through a gap in a locked fence were charged with criminal trespass on May 31.
•A 32-year-old Joliet motorist whose demeanor alarmed a customer at a gas station on the 17100 block of South Harlem Avenue was charged with DUI, not having insurance, following too closely and possession of drug paraphernalia during a May 31 traffic stop at 183rd Street and 166th Avenue.
•A 27-year-old Tinley Park man who stepped outside a tavern on the 17300 block of South Oak Park Avenue to make a phone call sustained a fractured jaw, cracked vertebrae and a concussion after two men knocked him down and kicked and punched him on June 1. The man had assisted a bouncer who was moving the men outside.
•A blue 2010 Yamaha dirt bike last seen on May 30 was discovered missing from a garage on the 9300 block of Ethyl Lane on June 1.
•Twenty money bags containing $2,000-$3,000 were taken from a vending service's locked van while it was parked at Sam's Club, 16100 Harlem Ave., on June 1.
•Jewelry valued at $5,000 and an Apple iPad mini tablet valued at $1,600 were taken during a break-in through a window in a home on the 7100 block of Laverne Lane on June 1.
•A customer at a gas station on the 7200 block of 183rd Street took two cartons of cigarettes valued at $115.30 without paying on June 1.
•A $30 outside planter was taken from a residence on the 8300 block of Queen Victoria Lane and smashed in the street on June 1.
•A 28-year-old Tinley Park man was charged with domestic battery after grappling with a pregnant 24-year-old Tinley Park woman on June 2.
•The front screen door of a home on the 8500 block of West Berry Lane was damaged on June 3.
•Fifty payroll checks were taken during a break-in at a newspaper distribution center on the 8400 block of West 183rd Street on June 6.
•A 31-year-old Shorewood man was charged with residential burglary after he was caught climbing through the window of a residence on the 1100 block of West Maple Road on May 21.
•A GPS unit was taken from an unlocked vehicle on the 1900 block of Ferro Drive on May 28.
•A window was broken on a vehicle on the 200 block of East U.S. Route 30 on May 28, but nothing was taken.
•A window was broken on a vehicle on the 100 block of Aspen Drive on May 30, but nothing was taken.
•A window was broken at the Old Second Bank on the 900 block of East U.S. Route 30 on May 31, but nothing was taken.
•Windows were broken on two vehicles, one on the 1700 block of Edmond Avenue and one on the 1100 block of Edmond on May 31, but nothing was taken.
•Windows were broken on two vehicles, one on the 2100 block of Thames River Lane and one on the 700 block of Downing Street, on May 31, but nothing was taken.
•A 19-year-old New Lenox male was charged with battery after beating up an acquaintance as they were walking to a restaurant on the 2100 block of East Laraway Road on June 1.
•A 56-year-old Frankfort man was charged with DUI, improper lane use and making an improper turn during a June 2 traffic stop at Cooper Road and Sunset Trail.
•Unspecified items were stolen from the exterior of an unoccupied home on the 8900 block of Port Washington Drive on May 28.
•A BB pellet was shot through a sliding glass door in a residence on the 7800 block of West Laurel Drive on May 29.
•A window at a bakery on the 7900 block of West Lincoln Highway was shattered May 30, one hour after being replaced. A BB gun is suspected.
•An 18-year-old New Lenox female was charged with violating a municipal shoplifting ordinance in connection with a May 30 incident at a business on the 11000 block of Lincoln Highway.
•A 19-year-old Frankfort male was charged with violating three local ordinances — possession of alcohol by a minor, possession of cannabis and possession of drug paraphernalia — during a May 30 traffic stop at Pfeiffer and St. Francis roads.
•A 74-year-old Frankfort man was charged with violating a municipal shoplifting ordinance in connection with a May 31 incident at a business on the 20600 block of LaGrange Road.
—Compiled by Dennis Sullivan, Special to the Tribune
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