TUESDAY, SEPT. 20
Fraudulant Cell Phone Account
A 30-year-old woman called police to report that someone had opened a T-Mobile account in her name without her permission. The woman said employees from the cell phone company told her the account was opened over the phone using her name, shipping and billing address, Social Security number and birth date. The spelling of her name and address the suspect provided were incorrect, she told police. She was first contacted by T-Mobile on Sept. 13, according to the Sept. 20 report.
Woman Throws Fit Over Punctured Tire
A woman who parked her car in the 17500 block of South Sandalwood Drive said that between 6 p.m. Sept. 19 and 7 a.m. Sept. 20, someone punctured the rear, passenger-side tire of her 2003 Toyota Corolla. A separate report said one of the woman's neighbors called on her because she was causing a "disturbance" in the hallway of their apartment and yelling about the tire. She was screaming that whoever was responsible should come out if they were "tough enough" to show themselves, the report said. The neighbor also reported a hole in the drywall of the stairwell, which she thought was caused by the victim of the vehicle vandalism. No charges were filed.
MONDAY, SEPT. 19
Jeep Window Shattered
A 29-year-old man who parked his 2004 Jeep Cherokee behind J.W. Hollsteins, 17358 S. Oak Park Ave., Tinley Park, said that sometime between 8:45 p.m. and 10:45 p.m., someone broke the vehicle's driver's side window. His wallet was missing from the cup holder, according to the report. A credit card and two gift cards were inside, the report said.
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