Cook County Sheriff’s Reports for the week of May 10
Updated: May 7, 2012 4:27PM
The following incidents in uninco rporated Maine Township were compiled by the Cook County Sheriff’s Department. Readers are reminded that an arrest does not constitute a finding of guilt. Only a court of law can make that determination.
Police responding to a 911 hang-up call at Bay Colony reportedly discovered a duffel bag containing bags of suspected marijuana April 19. A resident of the apartment on the 9400 block of Bay Colony Drive allegedly fled from police after allowing officers inside his residence. A chase resulted and one officer sustained a knee injury after he stepped in a hole, police said. A second officer continued to pursue the man on foot, but was unable to catch him. According to police a female resident of the apartment was caught attempting to hide the suspected marijuana in some bushes when the officers returned. She was released without charges, but charges were pending against the male resident at the time of the police report.
Police on April 19 were called to a residence on the 8800 block of Western Avenue after a woman reported that her husband had been throwing books around the home during an argument. No signs of physical contact were reported or observed, police said.
A woman told police that her boyfriend punched her in the face on the evening of April 19 during an argument on the 9600 block of Greenwood Avenue. The man left the residence before the arrival of police and the victim refused medical treatment, police said.
Officers responded to a residence on the 9900 block of Holly Lane on the evening of April 19 after a girl called police to report that she had been arguing with her mother about a curfew violation and a broken cell phone. According to police, officers have responded to the family’s apartment numerous times. The girl’s mother could not be found and the juvenile was left in the care of an older sister, police said.
A man called police the night of April 19 to report that his 29-year-old son was intoxicated and damaging items in his residence on the 8900 block of Robin Drive. Officers spoke to the son who agreed to go to sleep, police said.
A resident of the 8900 block of Kennedy Drive told police her teenage son shoved her on the morning of April 22 during an argument over breakfast. The teenager then reportedly fled the residence and could not be located by police.
A resident of the 9900 block of Holly Lane called police on the night of April 22 to report that she had been arguing with her boyfriend about his talking to another woman, police said. No physical contact was alleged.
Officers responded just after midnight April 23 to a disturbance on the 10000 block of Linda Lane and found several residents of an apartment arguing about their living arrangements. Police said all the residents were intoxicated and were told to quiet down. Several minutes later officers responded to a second call in the same apartment complex involving a man who reported that he had been arguing with his wife in the parking lot.
A resident of the Landings on the 9300 block of Landings Lane told police the afternoon of April 23 that he wanted his 30-year-old step-son to leave the residence until his wife returned from vacation. The stepson agreed to leave, police said.
Police on April 22 said a resident of the 9800 block of Bianco Terrace reported that her boyfriend had taken six over-the-counter pain medications following an argument over financial issues. The man was treated at the scene by North Maine paramedics and the woman agreed to leave the apartment, police said.
BURGLARY TO VEHICLE
A wallet, iPod, headphones and 12-inch speakers were stolen from an unlocked vehicle April 25 on the 9400 block of Greenwood Drive.
Police responded at 2:10 a.m. April 22 to a call of a suspicious vehicle in the area of Howard Court and Bobbi Lane. According to police a passenger inside the vehicle admitted to being a member of a local street gang, and an intelligence and informational report on the passenger was completed.
A resident of the 9200 block of Church Street reported on April 21 that he saw someone slash three tires on his car and break the rear window at 5 p.m. Police said the offender was seen leaving the area on foot.
A clerk at Citgo, 9201 W. Golf Road, told police that a man entered the store at 12:20 a.m. April 19 and left without paying for beef sticks and other items. The man was last seen driving away in a white SUV.
A vehicle was reported stolen April 24 from the 9100 block of Delphia Avenue.
The North Maine Fire Department responded to a residence on the 9100 block of Terrace Place for a microwave fire on the evening of April 22. The fire was extinguished and no injuries were reported, according to police.
A hit-and-run crash was reported April 19 on the 8900 block of Church Street.