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BAC .12: Park Forest Police Blotter Reports Through December 31, 2018

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Park Forest, IL-(ENEWSPF)- Editor’s Notice: “This is the end,” The Doorways once sung. The top of the earlier calendar yr. These police reviews convey us by way of December 231, 2018. Fees for these cited during this period embrace possession of drug paraphernalia, possession of hashish, domestic battery, disorderly conduct, and a DUI with a BAC of .12.

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Possession of Cannabis & Drug Paraphernalia

Jonathan H. Cannon, 33, 22614 Claredon Ave., Richton Park, was issued a municipal citations on December 27 charging possession of cannabis and possession of drug paraphernalia when officers on patrol observed a white Nissan Maxima parked with its lights off within the 100 block of Shabbona Drive.

It was 7:58 PM and officers noticed that there were two occupants contained in the car. As a consequence of a current rise in felony complaints in the space, specifically a robbery and a number of other felony injury to properties studies, officers retrieved the car’s registration info and found that it was not from the world.

Officers then spoke to the driving force and the entrance seat passenger, later recognized as Jonathon Cannon. Mr. Cannon informed officers that they were not from the world however have been waiting for Mr. Cannon’s sister. Officers might odor a robust odor of recent hashish emanating from the car. One of many officers asked Mr. Cannon if there was any contraband within the car to which he allegedly stated sure and retrieved a small plastic baggie containing a inexperienced leafy substance which later field-tested constructive for the presumptive presence of cannabis.

Officers asked Mr. Cannon to step out of the car for a search and “he became immediately upset,” in line with police. A search of Mr. Cannon yielded unfavourable results.

Police searched the car and situated several plastic baggies every containing a green leafy substance which field-tested constructive for the presumptive presence of cannabis. An officer also situated in the center console three “bowls,” units commonly used to ingest cannabis, in response to police. When asked, Mr. Cannon stated that the gadgets belong to him and him alone, in accordance with police. The car was towed and seized beneath local ordinance.

There were no arrests.

Domestic Battery

Shauntay D. Dillingham, 36, 23453 Western Ave., Park Forest, was arrested on December 28 and charged with one rely of domestic battery after police have been dispatched to the 23400 block of South Western Avenue to research a report of domestic battery.

In accordance with police, Ms. Dillingham returned house from a night out together with her boyfriend. She started arguing with a person dwelling on the residence, in response to police. This man turned indignant at Dillingham because she had come residence late, based on police. Ms. Dillingham claimed that the person punched her within the face. At this level, Ms. Dillingham allegedly started scratching and punching the man in his face, in response to police.

Police found lacerations on the within of the man’s cheek and that his mouth was bleeding. Ms. Dillingham was taken into custody and transported to the Park Forest Police Division, charged with one rely of domestic battery, and later transported to the Will County Adult Correctional Facility awaiting a bond listening to, in accordance with police.

Disorderly Conduct: Alcohol-Associated

Stacy S. Harris, 48, 3500 Western Ave., Park Forest, was issued a municipal citation on December 29 charging disorderly conduct after police responded to the 3500 block of Western Avenue to research a report of a disturbance.

Upon arrival, an officer observed a subject, later recognized as Stacy Harris, standing within the grassy widespread space southeast of 3500 block of Western Avenue. In line with police, Mr. Harris stated that he has lived there for about two years and has been getting “consistently disturbed by his neighbors.” In accordance with police, Mr. Harris was visibly upset, yelling, and “flailing his arms as he spoke” to an officer.

The officer requested that Mr. Harris loosen up and cease elevating his voice. Mr. Harris would briefly comply before finally continuing to yell, in line with police. Mr. Harris refused to elucidate or elaborate on how his neighbors have been disturbing him, in response to police.

The report notes that Mr. Harris had a robust odor of an alcoholic beverage emanating from his individual and his breath.

Police spoke with a neighbor who stated that Mr. Harris began to stomp his ft around his unit, causing loud bangs all through the neighbor’s residence, and play music at a sound degree that was simply audible via the walls, based on police. Mr. Harris then started allegedly shouting obscenities and threats about killing individuals, in line with the report.

The neighbor started to listen to a loud knock on her again door and realized that Mr. Harris was allegedly kicking her again door, in line with police. The neighbor instantly referred to as 911 to report the incident.

In the course of the incident, Mr. Harris allegedly made a number of statements about calling his mom. Because of Mr. Harris’ conduct, the officer obtained Mr. Harris’ mom’s telephone number and later contacted her to inquire about his psychological health.

The officer discovered that Mr. Harris is an alcoholic however has no recognized mental well being points.

Mr. Harris was additionally cognizant of present events and capable of recite the date and time, based on police. Mr. Harris was subsequently issued a municipal quotation charging disorderly conduct with a compulsory courtroom appearance of January 17, 2019, at the Park Forest Police Department. Mr. Harris entered his residence previous to receiving a replica of the quotation then allegedly refused to reply the door so the citation was affixed to his entrance door.

There was no arrest.

DUI: BAC .12

Lolita Alderson-Johnson, 47, 289 Westwood Dr., Park Forest, was arrested on December 29 and charged with DUI – alcohol, DUI – alcohol over .08, no proof of insurance coverage, failure to sign, improper flip, and improper lane usage.

At roughly 8:12 PM, an officer noticed a white Toyota Corolla with a broken tail mild. The Corolla allegedly carried out an improper turn from southbound Westwood Drive onto eastbound Sauk Path, crossing over the curbside lane two occasions, in response to police. The car then did not signal a proper flip onto Western Avenue from Sauk Path and once more carried out an improper flip by finishing the turn within the far left lane, in line with police.

The officer activated his emergency lights and attempted to curb the car at Western Avenue and Monee Street. The car continued southbound then stopped within the far right lane previous to the light at Steger Street and Western Avenue, based on police.

The car then pulled away only to stop once more within the intersection of Steger Street and Western Avenue. The car then reversed into visitors before the officer yelled on the driver to stop the car.

The car finally stopped several seconds later prior to the intersection of Western Avenue and Steger Street where it initially stopped.

From the time the officer originally activated his lights till the car came to a whole cease was a complete of 65 seconds, in response to police.

The officer spoke with the driving force and sole occupant, later recognized as Lolita Alderson-Johnson. The officer might odor a robust odor of an alcoholic beverage emanating from her breath. Alderson-johnson related that she had just come residence and had one beer several hours in the past prior to driving. In accordance with police, she had bloodshot glassy eyes and slurred her words as she spoke. She was unable to offer a legitimate insurance card, in line with police. The officer requested her to step out of the car to conduct Commonplace Area Sobriety Checks. Ms. Alderson-Johnson complied.

The exams have been captured on audio and video from the squad car. After displaying clear indications of intoxication through the SFSTs, in response to the report, Ms. Alderson-Johnson was positioned in handcuffs and transported to the Park Forest Police Division.

Her car was seized underneath native ordinance. The arresting officer administered a breath check which indicated her Blood Alcohol Content material to be .12, based on police. She was later issued an I-Bond, given copies of the Warning to Motorist, signed a sworn report, tow sheet, breath check receipt, and given a experience to her residence.

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