Saturday, September 28
Woman Runs Stop Sign, Arrested for Suspended License
Police charged Pamela Jones, 28, of Maywood, with driving on a suspended license during a traffic stop about 4:30 p.m.
Police stopped Jones for running a stop sign near the intersection of La Grange Road and Garfield Street. She was processed for driving on a suspended license and disobeying a stop sign, given an Oct. 23 court date and released.
Wednesday, September 25, 2013
Failure to Appear for Disorderly Conduct
Police charged Armando Matos, 20, of Lyons, with a warrant out of La Grange Park for failure to appear in court for a disorderly conduct charge. He was arrested about 5:30 p.m. in North Riverside and held for La Grange Park police. He was given an Oct. 23 court date and released.
Thursday, September 19
Cake-Baking Man Arrested for Assault, Disorderly Conduct in Neighbor Dispute
Police charged Sami Merabet, 51, of the 1200 block of Morgan Street in La Grange Park, with assault and disorderly conduct about 7:20 p.m.
Police responded to a call about a verbal disturbance between neighbors, where two people reported they were confronted by Merabet, who said, “If you have a problem with me… I can take you out to the woods and kick your (explitive).”
Merabet told police he did confront the neighbors and threatened to batter the man. He said he was baking a cake for his birthday and drinking beer when the neighbors got home and came to his front door, yelling at him about moving his van. He said he got frustrated and shouldn’t have done it, police said.
He was charged with disorderly conduct and assault, given an Oct. 9 court date and released.
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