SATURDAY, MARCH 9
Woman Reports Stolen Identity
A 39-year-old Tinley Park woman told police she believed her Discover card was being used without her consent, according to a Tinley Park police report. She had received an email confirmation from Hot Wire regarding a hotel reservation at La Quinta Inn in Tinley Park for March 7, which was made without her knowledge. She also discovered an order for $116.88 made with another business that she did not authorize. She called Discover and canceled her credit card before making the report with police.
FRIDAY, MARCH 8
Woman Faces DUI Charges After Crash
Laura A. Kolloway, 22, of the 7800 block of Joliet Drive in Tinley Park, was charged with driving under the influence of alcohol, DUI with a blood-alcohol level greater than 0.08, driving without insurance, failing to reduce speed to avoid a crash and driving without a license, according to a report.
Officers were called at about 1:58 a.m. to a crash involving a parked car near 7719 S. Joliet Dr. Police found Kolloway standing next to her 2006 Honda Civic. She told police she was driving and stuck a parked 1991 Toyota Supra. An officer could smell alcohol on her breath while she was being treated by paramedics, according to the report.
Kolloway took field sobriety tests, which she failed, the report stated. She was arrested and booked at the Tinley Park Police Department. A breath test she took at the station resulted in a blood-alcohol level of 0.214. She is due in Bridgeview court on April 3.
Alsip Man Arrested on Outstanding Warrant
Jeffrey N. Reyes, 20, of the 12000 block of South Van Beveren in Alsip, was arrested on an outstanding Cook County warrant for battery, according to a report. Reyes was picked up at about 5:55 p.m. for leaving the scene of a crash, the report stated.
THURSDAY, MARCH 7
Man Caught Taking $110 of Groceries From Super Target
Charles E. Horn, 70, of the 700 block of Brookwood Terrace in Olympia Fields, was charged with retail theft, according to a report. Police were called at 2:20 p.m. to Super Target for a theft.
Employees were holding Horn, who they claimed had walked past the cashiers without paying for $111.47 in groceries. Horn told police “I just made a mistake.”
He was arrested, booked and given an April 10 court date at the Will County Courthouse.
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