WCSO Police Blotter Week of May 19 thru 25
WILL COUNTY SHERIFF’S OFFICE
WEEK OF MAY 19 THRU 25
FRANKFORT AND NEW LENOX
5/19 Location: 531 Old Hickory Road New Lenox
Summary: Ronald C. Mazeika II, age 45, of this address was arrested for aggravated unlawful use of a weapon, no FOID card and unlawful possession of a weapon by a felon.
5/20 Location: 18000 block of S. Crystal Lake Drive Mokena
Summary: Person/s unknown entered a garage and stole a 2018 Toyota Highlander. Owner stated he was inside the house for about 1.5 hours and when he went back outside around 2pm the vehicle was gone.
5/21 Location: 18000 block of S. Virginia Lane Mokena
Summary: Person/s unknown stole an unlocked 2015 Dodge Charger during the overnight hours. The vehicle also had the key fob inside at time of theft.
5/23 Location: 18000 block of S. Pineprairie Drive Mokena
Summary: An unknown male/black wearing a mask entered an unlocked vehicle and stole a wallet and a credit card. Video surveillance revealed the man got out of the passenger side door of a dark two-door sedan.
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5/23 Location: 16056 S. Legion Court Plainfield
Summary: Owen Thompson, age 21, of this address was cited for operating an uninsured motor vehicle.
5/24 Location: 25032 W. Renwick Road Mathers Woods Plainfield
Summary: Victim stated that while she went for a walk in the woods person/s unknown broke out the passenger side window of her vehicle and stole a wallet that had been hidden under a seat.
5/19 Location: 15060 S. Bell Road Speedway Gas
Summary: Around 3am deputies were dispatched to Speedway for an alarm activation. Upon arrival, they observed the front door glass had been shattered by a large stone. Person/s unknown had entered the store and stole USC and about 30 packs of Marlboro cigarettes. Video surveillance revealed three subjects getting out of a silver four-door sedan, breaking into the store and leaving with two black garbage bags and a box of cigarettes.
Location: 14321 S. Golden Oak Drive Cigarettes and Cigars
Summary: Around 3:02am, deputies were dispatched to this business for an alarm activation. Upon arrival deputies observed the glass door cracked and propped open with a landscaping brick. The store had been rifled through. Stolen was a TV, 1000 cigarette cartons, 50 cigar boxes, USC, e-cigarette devices, and tobacco.
5/23 Location: 16000 block of S. Parker Road
Summary: Jose Padilla Juarez, age 25, of 1105 Magnolia Drive in Joliet was cited for failure to yield private drive and expired driver’s license.
5/20 Location: 1100 Gael Drive
Summary: Larry V. Anderson, age 47, of 176 Ronald in Joliet was arrested for improper lane usage, failure to reduce speed to avoid an accident, failure to carry license, operating an uninsured motor vehicle, DUI, driving while license suspended, and DUI/drugs. Anderson was also charged with six additional aggravated DUI charges and aggravate driving suspensions.
5/23 Location: 1822 E. Washington St. Ingalls Park Liquor
Summary: Corey Kelly, age 21, of 300 Anderson in Joliet was arrested for aggravated battery and aggravated assault.
Location: 1100 block of Magnolia Drive
Summary: Person/s unknown broke into a residence and stole jewelry.
Location: 1913 S. Chicago St. Ranch Liquors
Summary: A Kia Forte was recovered in the parking lot of this business. Joliet Police had reported the vehicle stolen earlier that day.
Location: Knollwood Place and E. Washington St.
Summary: Jeffery Brown, age 52, of 656 Second Avenue in Joliet was cited for driving while license revoked, improper display of registration and operating an uninsured motor vehicle.
5/24 Location: 3800 block of Rollingwood Court
Summary: Person/s unknown stole a 2018 Jeep Cherokee from the driveway of a residence. The keys were in the ignition with the doors unlocked at time of theft. Dolton Police later located the vehicle in their jurisdiction.
Location: 2300 block of Hemlock St.
Summary: Person/s unknown broke the rear window of a vehicle in order to gain access. Two tote bags were stolen with paperwork inside. The paperwork was discovered at the intersection of Kellogg and Garden.