Women Hand 4 Joints to Police, A Potential Peeping Tom, and More
Also in today's reports, dated April 30 and May 1-2, a pair is found wandering around an abandoned local house.
WEDNESDAY, MAY 2
Women Give 4 Joints to Police
An officer on patrol in the 7600 block of 167th Street in Tinley Park was approached around 11:15 p.m. by two women who wanted to hand over property they found, which included four joints filled with marijuana.
Police said they accepted a large yellow bag from the duo, who refused to file a formal police report. The officer was driving through a lot on 167th when the pair —parked in a car in the lot—"signaled for his assistance" by flashing the headlights.
TUESDAY, MAY 1
A Potential Peeping Tom
A woman living on 167th Street in Tinley Park called police because she said she believes her neighbor is a peeping tom. She said a neighbor told her she saw the man walking around the building near her windows. She didn't sign a complaint against the man, but asked that police talk to him.
MONDAY, APRIL 30
Pair Enters Abandoned House
A man and woman were cited for trespassing on Monday when police reportedly found them walking around an abandoned house on Highland Avenue in Tinley Park.
Marc A. Cembala, 21, of Oak Forest, and Michelle A. Moore, 22, of Midlothian, were issued one violation each for criminal trespassing to a residence, police said. The two were discovered inside of an abandoned home in the 17600 block of Highland Avenue in Tinley Park around 10 p.m., according to the report. There were no signs of forced entry, nor was there damage inside the home.
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