A smiling Officer Vanessa Gauna pictured in February 2019. (Photograph: PFPD)
Park Forest, IL-(ENEWSPF)- These police reviews embrace arrests via February 18, 2019. Costs for these arrested embrace a DUI, possession of cannabis, and two incidences involving theft expenses, one the place the alleged offender turned herself in at the police station on an previous warrant.
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Turns Self In: Theft
Cheryl L. Green, 60, 7341 S. Michigan Ave., Chicago, walked into the Park Forest Police station on February 14 to turn herself in on a 2010 arrest warrant charging theft. An officer responded to the station, positioned Ms. Greene into custody, and positioned her in a holding cell once the warrant was verified. The officer read Ms. Greene her Miranda Warnings which she “knowingly acknowledged and waived,” based on the report.
Ms. Green said that she was previously a tenant at a residence in the first block of Apple Road. She stated she moved from the residence in 2010. She stated that when she moved she only left with the gadgets that she owned and denied removing any of the home equipment from the residence. The officer spoke with the original complainant who advised that she still wish to pursue costs relating to this incident.
Ms. Inexperienced was charged with theft with a courtroom date set for April 2, 2019, at the Markham Courthouse. Ms. Greene posted bond on February 14, 2019.
Disorderly Conduct: No Arrest
Richard E. Ross, 37, 394 Bensley Ave., Calumet City, was given a municipal quotation on February 14 charging disorderly conduct when police have been dispatched to the 300 block of Merrimac Road to research a report of felony injury to property.
The complainant, Mr. Ross’s ex-boyfriend, thought that Mr. Ross had slashed his tires since he saw that each one four tires of his car have been flat. Mr. Ross allegedly advised police that he did not slash the tires but had let the air out of the tires with a pen, in accordance with police.
The complainant advised police that he did not want Mr. Ross arrested however stated that he would sign a municipal quotation charging disorderly conduct. The complainant signed the citation and Mr. Ross was suggested to not return to the property or the complainant would signal complaints charging trespassing, based on police.
Sarah A. Ordonez, 35, 1224 Park Ave., Chicago Heights, was arrested on February 14 and charged with theft when police responded to CVS Pharmacy, 1 Most important Road, to research a report of theft. An officer spoke to a consultant from CVS Pharmacy’s Loss Prevention who found that roughly 738 Tylenol four with codeine drugs have been missing from the pharmacy.
Through the company’s investigation, they found that a pharmacy tech worker was working the same days the tablets showed up lacking from inventory, based on the report. The employee was identified as Sarah Ordonez, in accordance with the report.
Ms. Ordonez was detained till police arrived. Ms. Ordonez offered the representative from the company with a written statement where she allegedly admitted to taking the treatment, in line with police.
The responding officer arrested Ms. Ordonez and transported her to the Park Forest Police Division. In an interview room, the responding officer learn Ms. Ordonez her Miranda Warnings which “she knowingly acknowledged and waived,” in line with the report.
Ms. Ordonez said that on January 23, 2019, she was shoveling snow outdoors her residence when she slipped on some ice and fell on her back/tailbone. Ms. Ordonez suffered severe again pains after the autumn but said she could not afford to go to the hospital because she didn’t have medical insurance and could not afford to get medical insurance, in accordance with police. So, on January 25, 2019, Ms. Ordonez decided to self-medicate by allegedly taking six Tylenol four tablets with codeine, in line with police.
Ms. Ordonez allegedly said that she removed for extra tablets from the drugs bottle to take earlier than going to bed for the night. On January 28, Ms. Ordonez allegedly eliminated one other six drugs and again medicated herself all through the day. She then allegedly took two further drugs residence to take earlier than going to mattress, and on January 29 she allegedly took two further tablets. After taking the final two tablets, Ms. Ordonez stated that she stopped taking the Tylenol because she knew what she was doing was improper.
Ms. Ordonez was charged with theft and assigned a courtroom date of
Possession of Hashish: No Arrest
Mark D. Reynolds Jr., 18, 577 Homan Ave., Park Forest, was issued a municipal citation charging possession of cannabis after police responded to Rich East Excessive Faculty the place a juvenile scholar of the high school was allegedly in possession of edible hashish streets. While on the faculty, the officer was apprised of another scholar who possessed edible hashish streets that he allegedly acquired from the juvenile, in accordance with police.
The other scholar, Mark Reynolds, was seated in a Dean’s office. Mr. Raynolds was faraway from class and delivered to a safety workplace the place the liaison officer searched him and found a sealed plastic bag in his pocket with numerous colored gummy candies. The package deal was labeled “Sour Patch Kids” and stated “Indica Strain,” which, in response to police, was one of many two main kinds of cannabis crops used for rest. Mr. Reynolds also had to tinfoil-wrapped cookies which Mr. Reynolds allegedly stated also contained THC, based on police.
Since Mr. Reynolds had no felony historical past, he was not arrested but as an alternative issued the municipal citation charging possession of cannabis. He also was subject to self-discipline from the varsity administration, in accordance with the report. He was then launched from the varsity by the varsity administration because the time for dismissal had handed.
Anthony V. Pascale, 31, 245 Marquette St., Park Forest, was arrested on February 14 and charged with DUI-alcohol, DUI-alcohol over .08, no proof of insurance, improper lane utilization, and rushing.
An officer on patrol observed a silver 2013 Hyundai Elantra allegedly driving at a high fee of velocity. The car was allegedly traveling at 57 miles per hour in a 35 miles per hour zone. The officer curbed the car at Western Avenue and the CN Railroad tracks after the car allegedly crossed over the curbside lane virtually off of the roadway, in line with police.
Upon talking with the driving force and sole occupant of the car, Anthony Pascale, the officer might odor a robust odor of an alcoholic beverage emanating from Mr. Pascale’s breath.
Mr. Pascale related that he had just woken up and had not had anything to drink for several hours. After he was unable to offer a legitimate insurance coverage card, the officer requested that Mr. Pascale step out of his car to conduct Commonplace Subject Sobriety Exams, and Mr. Pascale complied.
“After displaying clear indications of intoxication during the SFSTs,” in response to the report, the officer positioned Mr. Pascale in handcuffs and transported him to the Park Forest Police Department. His car was towed and later seized underneath native ordinance.
After a 20 minute statement at the station, the officer administered a breath check to Mr. Pascale which indicated a Blood Alcohol Content material of .234, in response to police. Mr. Pascale was charged and later issued an I-Bond, given copies of the Warning to Motorist, the tow sheet, a breath check receipt, and given a journey to his residence.
Violating an Order of Protection
Terrell D. Young-Dashing, 20, 224 Diane Lane, Bolingbrook, was arrested on February 15 and charged with violating an order of safety and obstructing a peace officer after police have been dispatched at 4:14 AM to the 100 block of North Arbor Path to research a report of a domestic dispute. The caller reported hearing breaking the glass from inside the house.
When police arrived, neither a lady inside nor Mr. Younger-Dashing would open the door, in line with police. Police suggested that they needed to ensure everybody was okay but they refused to open the door.
The caller stated that she heard yelling and arguing inside the condominium, and at one level she heard a lady state, “That’s why you’re bleeding.”
Officers continue to knock on the door saying that they needed to ensure the occupants have been okay and unhurt. At four:50 AM resulting from what police determined have been emergency circumstances and the potential of one of many subjects being injured and bleeding, police tried unsuccessfully to realize entry into the condominium utilizing a prybar. They then requested that a upkeep keyholder unlock the door. At 5:45 AM, upkeep arrived on the scene with the key. Officers tried to use the important thing to open the door with unfavorable results.
Police then advised the individuals inside that they have been going to ram the door and that they need to move away from the door.
Upon getting into, police observed a lady and Mr. Younger-Dashing standing in the living room space. The lady walked away from the police, went in the direction of a mattress, and lay down in it subsequent to her youngster. Mr. Younger-Dashing allegedly refused to tell officers what had occurred and yelled at the officers, in response to police. Police asked SouthCom Dispatch to examine Mr. Young-Dashing’s identify in LEADS and discovered that he had an order of safety issued towards him out of the state of Indiana and the lady was the protected social gathering. The order was valid and had no expiration date, in line with police. The order required that Mr. Younger-Dashing haven’t any contact with the lady, her residence, and her property, and restrained him for making any communication with her, including in individual.
Police arrested Mr. Young-Dashing on suspicion of violating the lively order of safety and in addition on suspicion of obstructing a peace officer.
Police noticed that Mr. Younger-Dashing had cuts and scratches on his right forearm and on his left-hand knuckles.
He was processed and charged with violating an order of safety and obstructing a peace officer and held pending transport to the Will County Adult Detention Facility for a bond hearing, in accordance with police.
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