Friday, October 18
Woman Arrested for Stealing Captain Morgan at Jewel
Police charged Elizabeth George, 18, of the 1100 block of Blanchan Avenue in La Grange Park with retail theft at Jewel Osco, 507 E. Woodlawn Ave. in La Grange Park, about 3 p.m. A store employee told police he saw George take a bottle of Captain Morgan, worth about $26, from the shelf, then walk over to another aisle to put the bottle into her pink purse. She was issued two local ordinance citations for retail theft and possession of alcohol by a minor and given a Nov. 27 court date.
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Monday, October 14
Driving Without a License
Police charged Miguel Garcia, 29, of Maywood, with driving without a license and wearing a headset while driving about 8:15 a.m. in the 1200 block of Kemman Avenue. He was given a Nov. 27 court date and released on bond.
Warrant, Invalid License
Police charged Michael Rott, 38, of Northlake, with a warrant out of DuPage County for driving without a valid license about 10 a.m. near the intersection of La Grange Road and 31st Street. He was given a Nov. 19 court date and released on bond.
Friday, October 11
Suspended License Arrest
Police charged Carl Poe, 48, of the 500 block of Barnsdale Road in La Grange Park, with driving on a suspended license about 7 p.m. near the intersection of La Grange Road and Brewster Avenue. He was also cited for driving with only one working headlamp. He was given a Nov. 27 court date and released.
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