Tuesday, September 24
Break-in, Break-in Attempt Reported at La Grange Road Businesses
Someone tried to break into the AT&T store at 1 N. La Grange Rd. and set off the burglar alarm about 3:15 a.m. Police said there were fresh pry marks on the door, but entry was not gained.
Someone broke the glass door at Radio Shack, 535 S. La Grange Rd., setting off the burglar alarm about 3:20 a.m. A resident in the 500 block of South La Grange Road she saw three men trying to break into the business, and that they left in a dark minivan when she screamed, police said. Nothing was stolen.
Friday, September 20
Drunk Reported Outside Q-BBQ
Someone reported a drunk man who fell down outside Q-BBQ about 11:40 p.m. The man told police he was waiting for his wife to pick him up.
Thursday, September 19
Woman Reports Unknown Man Pounding on Door
A woman in the 400 block of South Ashland Avenue reported a man she doesn’t know was pounding on her front door for about a half hour about 7:40 p.m. The man was the son of a woman who gave the resident their dog, police said. The man was told to leave.
Drunk Reported at La Grange, Hillgrove
Someone reported a man who was highly intoxicated after he fell down at La Grange and Hillgrove avenues about 9:15 p.m.
A woman reported a man hiding between houses in the 900 block of South Kensington Avenue about 9:40 p.m.
Suspended License Arrest
Police charged Dariusz Walocha, 34, of Hickory Hills, with driving on a suspended license during a traffic stop about 9:30 a.m. near the intersection of Brewster and Ashland avenues. He was released on bond.
Someone reported a 36-year-old Chicago man who was at the library with open alcohol about 2 p.m. The man was sent on his way.
Find more police news on Patch:
- DUI: Man Going 74 in 30 MPH Zone Had 'Maybe 4 Beers'
- Driver In Weekend Crash That Killed Hinsdale Man Charged
- Woman Groped by Bicyclist While Jogging in La Grange
- ARREST WARRANTS: Wanted in La Grange, LG Park
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