WCSO Police Blotter Week of March 17 thru 23
WILL COUNTY SHERIFF’S OFFICE
WEEK OF MARCH 17 THRU 23
*Nothing to report this week
NEW LENOX AND FRANKFORT
*Nothing to report this week
3/18 Location: E. Bemes Road and S. Greenwood Crete
Summary: Timothy Kvasnicka, age 30, of 175 W. 29th St. in South Chicago Heights was arrested for DUI and driving while license suspended.
3/17 Location: 14135 S. Bell Road Dunkin Donuts
Summary: Employee stated that she arrived at work at 4am and observed the store had been burglarized. Video surveillance revealed one male white and one male black with scarfs covering their faces entered the store and stole USC around 12:30am.
3/17 Location: 15000 block of S. River Court Plainfield
Summary: Two unknown subjects, driving a silver Lexus, pulled into a residential driveway, broke into a garage service door and stole a 2001 Ford Expedition and a 65” TV from inside the home.
3/19 Location: 14050 S. Budler Road Lakewood Falls Elementary
Summary: Zachary Drada, age 19, of 13958 S. Edgewater Court in Plainfield was arrested for criminal damage to property after a deputy observed him driving his truck in circles near the parking lot and onto a grassy area. The incident caused deep ruts, torn grass and tire tracks on the school property.
3/17 Location: 14 W. Jefferson St. Will County Courthouse
Summary: Alexis J. Cadenas, age 28, no address, was charged with criminal damage to government property after he was being escorted to a courtroom and punched his elbow through the glass window of a fire extinguisher.
3/21 Location: 1100 block of Rooney Drive
Summary: Person/s unknown entered an unlocked vehicle and stole two credit cards and a FOID card.
3/22 Location: 100 block of Stevens Avenue
Summary: Maurice L. Lain, age 35, of 916 N. Midland in Joliet was arrested for aggravated battery, domestic battery and was held on an active FTA warrant.
3/23 Location: 12126 W. Heather Glen Lane Manhattan
Summary: John M. Shaddon, age 52, of this address, was arrested for two counts of aggravated assault. A crew of utility workers stated that they were contracted to run a fiber optic underground cable in the easement at the back of some residential properties. As they were using a boring machine in order to run the cable Shaddon exited his home with a hammer in his hand and stated he did not like the position in which the machine was on his property and that he was going to impound the machine. He then reached in and removed the key from the boring machine ignition and swung the hammer at one of the crew. Another crewmember then grabbed the hammer out of Shaddon’s hand and Shaddon returned to his house with the key. Shaddon then came out of his house with a shotgun; he cocked and pointed it at the crew.
Deputies then spoke with Shaddon who stated that he did not like the crew being on his property and they should not be there because of the stay at home order from the governor. He also alleged that he was attacked by the crew because he had a hammer. Shaddon was arrested and transported to the ADF.