Blotter: 'Pornographic' Note Left For Shop Employee and a 10:30 a.m. DUI

Also in the Feb. 21-24, 26, police reports, a man steals thousands of dollars from a relative to feed his heroin addiction and a man violates court-ordered supervision.


Violating Supervision

Xavier A. Branch, 33, of the 800 block of Ashland Avenue in Chicago Heights, was arrested around 5:40 p.m. in the 6700 block of South Street in on a warrant for driving under the influence and violating supervision. His bail was set at $1,000.

Warrant for Driving Under the Influence

Alan C. Fernandez, 23, of the 5200 block of Harcourt in Lake Forest, was arrested around 1 a.m. at the East Hazel Crest Police Department, 17223 Throop St., Hazel Crest, where he was charged with possession of a controlled substance. During lock-up, the department's officers found he also had an active warrant for driving under the influence out of the , where his bail was set at $50,000.


Pornographic Note Left For Shop Employee

A woman working at a local tobacco shop called Tinley Park police around 11:30 a.m., a few hours after she found a note inside the north door to the business that was written to her. The note was "pornographic in nature" and stated it was coming from a "frequent customer," the report said. The shop's owner said he has video surveillance which may have captured footage of someone wedging the note in the door. The case remained under investigation Monday. 


Police pulled over a driver around 11 p.m. who they said was swerving across the lane lines on Harlem Avenue near 175th Street in Tinley Park. Stephanie C. Buckner, 33, of the 11200 block of Lakefield Drive in Orland Park, was arrested after reportedly failing field sobriety tests. She told police she had a couple of beers, according to the report. She was charged with driving under the influence, improper lane use and operating an uninsured motor vehicle. Her bail was set at $1,000.

Failure to Leave Information After Crash

Adelia Cadore, 78, of the 6400 block of Pine Trail Lane in Tinley Park, was arrested around 2:30 p.m. at the , 7850 W. 183rd St. She was charged with failure to yield at an intersection and failure to leave information after a property damage crash. 


Identity Theft

Christopher M. Wilke, 18, of the 16300 block of St. Louis Avenue in Markham, was arrested around 2:30 p.m. in Oak Forest on a warrant out of the for identity theft.


A 10:30 a.m. DUI

Police arrested Raygenna Cook, 55, of the 700 block of East South Street in Chicago, around 10:30 a.m. in the 17600 block of Harlem Avenue in Tinley Park. She was charged with driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs and improper lane use. Officers were alerted to Cook's alleged erratic driving by a witness who was driving behind her vehicle, according to the report. Police said Cook was swerving all over the roadway and striking curbs on either side of the street. She agreed to give police a breath sample at the scene and also submitted to a blood test, according to the report.


Possession of Marijuana Warrant

Christopher M. Klein, 21, of the 11100 block of South Wastenaw Avenue in Chicago, turned himself in around 11:40 p.m. at the Tinley Park Police Department, 7850 W. 183rd St., on a warrant for possession of marijuana out of the Grundy County Sheriff's Office. His bail was set at $500.

Man Steals From Relative to Feed Heroin Addiction

Police arrested Jason M. Brison, of the 6800 block of West 179th Street in Tinley Park, around 9:30 p.m. and charged him with one felony count of identity theft.  

Charges stemmed from reports by a relative that her debit card was being used without her permission. She had been contacted several times by her bank and area businesses, saying activity on her card was suspicious, the report said. The woman went to the bank and was shown a photograph of the person using her card, the report said. She identified him to be Brison, who she said has a heroin problem and is living with his brother in an area Super 8 motel, according to the report. Police said there were 26 disputed transactions on the card totaling $3,837.92. 

After being read his Miranda Rights, Brison told police he turned to heroin in May 2011 to combat his depression. The habit has now reached 12-15 bags of heroin a day, according to the report. He admitted to using his relative's debit card to withdraw money to feed his drug addiction, the report said. 

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