Kids Ask Dispatchers to Kill Siblings, Put Them in Jail: Police

Also: Mom reports her son was bullied at LT; Woman charged with possession of drug paraphernalia in La Grange Park.

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Friday, December 20

Kids Ask Dispatchers to Kill Siblings, Put Them in Jail

A small child called 911 and asked dispatchers to kill his sibling and take her to jail around 7 p.m. Police advised the kids playing on the phone of the dangers of calling 911 without a real emergency.

Thursday, December 19

Teen Bullied at LT, Mom Reports

A woman in the 800 block of South La Grange Road reported her 15-year-old son was being bullied at the LTHS South Campus and online. Police said the 15-year-old boy who was bullying her son got out of a car and pretended like he was going to punch the woman’s son, police said.


Monday, December 30

Invalid License 

La Grange Park police charged Noe Celedon, 23, of Berwyn, with driving without a valid license and expired registration during a traffic stop in the 700 block of Beach Avenue around 4:20 p.m. He was given a Feb. 19 court date and released. 

Wednesday, December 18 

Drug Paraphernalia Possession

La Grange Park police charged Daniela Viurquiz, 19, of Cicero, with speeding, driving without a valid license and possession of drug paraphernalia during a traffic stop at the intersection of La Grange Road and Homestead Avenue around midnight. Police said Viurquiz had a glass pipe and a small amount of marijuana in her pocket. She was given a Jan. 29 court date and released.

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