Morton Grove Police Blotter for the week of Aug. 2, 2012
Updated: September 3, 2012 12:29PM
The following incidents were listed among the official reports of the Morton Grove Police Department. Readers are reminded that an arrest does not constitute a finding of guilt. Only a court of law can make that determination.
Grezegorz Sytarlzowski, 35, of 5223 W. Delphia, Chicago, was charged July 22 with aggravated driving under the influence of alcohol, improper lane use, failure to signal, transportation of open alcohol, driving with a revoked license, possession of marijuana and obstructing identification. He is to appear in court Aug. 29. Police said officers responding to a report of a reckless driver at Golf and Harms roads saw Starlzowski’s sport utility vehicle change lanes without signaling. Police said he then pulled into a lot at Golf and Leamington in Skokie without signaling. Police said inside the vehicle officers found several open bottles of beer and vodka and suspected marijuana.
Camilo Cardenas, 26, of 5700 South Park, Morton Grove, was charged July 24 with possession of marijuana, possession of drug paraphernalia and running a stop sign. Cardenas was released on $1,500 bond with an Aug. 18 court date. Police said an officer saw Cardenas run a stop sign at Theobold and Central. The officer stopped Cardenas at Dempster and Central, and found a plastic bag containing a green, leafy substance that field-tested positive for marijuana in Cardenas’ vehicle. The officer also found a glass pipe containing a residue that tested positive for marijuana, police said.
Pamela E. Petersen, 36, of 740 N. Grace, Lombard, was charged July 24 with possession of a controlled substance, possession of drug paraphernalia, driving with a suspended license, driving without proof of insurance and improper lane use. She is to appear in court Aug. 15. Police said an officer stopped her after he saw her westbound on the 7500 block of Dempster Street swerving outside her lane. Police said she had bottles containing an assortment of pills, including several types of pain medication, and did not have a prescription for some of it. In addition police said an officer found a glass pipe and a rolled-up dollar bill in her vehicle.
Pavlo Hryb, 38, of 3743 N. Nora, Chicago, was charged July 24 with felony retail theft. He was scheduled to appear in court July 27. Police said Hryb was arrested after a security agent at Menard’s, 6301 Oakton St., saw him put items valued at $730 in a shopping cart, take the cart out to the lumberyard where his van was parked, load the items into the van and try to drive out of the lumberyard.
David H. Christopher, 54, of 5935 W. Lincoln, No. 405, Morton Grove, was charged July 21 with retail theft. He was released on $1,500 bond with an Aug. 15 court date. Police said a security agent at Dominick’s, 6931 Dempster, saw him put a bottle of vodka valued at $15 in his back pants pocket and try to leave the store.
Two bicycles each valued at $200 were taken between July 20 and July 22 from the back yard of a house on the 9200 block of Oak Park Avenue.
A GPS valued at $200 and a backup camera monitor valued at $90 were taken July 20 or July 21 from a sport utility vehicle on the 9000 block of Cherry Avenue. A total of $200 was taken from a car at the same house.
Anthony Vorres, 41, of 4846 W. Lunt, Lincolnwood, was charged July 20 with criminal trespass, criminal damage to property, harassment by telephone and disorderly conduct. He is to appear in court Aug. 15. Police said Vorres put several signs on a house on the 7000 block of church, including one written directly onto the garage door even though he had been told to stay away from the house by representatives of Northside Community Bank in Niles, owner of the house. In addition, police said he called and threatened two representatives of the bank.