THURSDAY, SEPT. 22
Man Turns Over Ammunition
At the , 38-year-old man turned in one box of 25-count Federal Premium bird shot shotgun shells and one box of 25-count 12-gauge bird shot shotgun shells. He found it while cleaning out his attic, according to the report. Police noted that the ammo would be destroyed.
TUESDAY, SEPT. 20
An Unauthorized Transfer
A 31-year-old man called police after someone transferred $300 from his new checking account to an unknown account. The transfer left his account balance at negative $90. The bank withheld information about where the money went and would not refund it, according to the report. The victim said he believed it could have been transferred by his wife, who left him several weeks ago.
A manager at a local loan business called police after she said she realized a loan for $700 was granted to a woman who was unable to provide her Social Security card. On a check of the woman's credit and loan history, the manager found that she had taken out another $700 loan in July 2007 that she didn't fully pay for. She also discovered that the woman's address was not hers, but one of a local business. The employee contacted the woman, she said she'd lost her job. She authorized a payment for $804.50 to the company from her bank account. The charge was declined. The current payoff amount is $833.50 and the woman now refuses to speak to anyone at the loan business. The manager said she believed the woman applied for the loans, especially the second one, with the intention of committing fraud.
SUNDAY, SEPT. 18
A couple living in the 9400 block of Quail Circle in Tinley Park, said that sometime between 9:30 p.m. Sept. 17 and 1 p.m. Sept. 18, someone stole their gas powered weed trimmer from the back of a pickup truck.
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