An 18-yr-aged Chicago lady was billed with felony possession of a stolen motor vehicle and possession of burglary resources soon after being arrested for misdemeanor retail theft at North Riverside Park Mall, 7501 Cermak Highway on Nov. 4.
Priscilla Sosa stays in custody at Prepare dinner County Jail awaiting a Nov. 9 preliminary listening to at the Maybrook courthouse.
Sosa was taken into custody originally on Nov. 4 at about 6:40 p.m. for an alleged retail theft at J.C. Penney. A shorter time later, a North Riverside police officer on patrol at the mall spotted a Hyundai Tucson with both equally rear windows damaged out and protected with plastic unoccupied in the west parking whole lot close to Spherical One particular.
Surveillance camera online video reportedly showed Sosa park the auto at 5:16 p.m. and stroll into the mall. During an job interview following her arrest for retail theft, Sosa reportedly advised law enforcement she understood the motor vehicle was stolen and purchased it from a person for $80 at a McDonald’s parking ton. The man or woman who marketed her the car also gave her a screwdriver to start off the ignition, which had been tampered with to steal it somewhere in Chicago on Nov. 3.
Sosa reportedly possessed the screwdriver at the time of her arrest at the mall.
A day before, on Nov. 3, North Riverside police billed four teenage boys, all juveniles, with possession of a stolen motor car or truck and resisting arrest following allegedly driving to the North Riverside Park Shopping mall in a Kia Optima that experienced been stolen from a location in Oak Park.
When a patrol officer to begin with saw the car parked in the east great deal at about 6:30 p.m., it was unoccupied, but it was parked in a handicapped place without the need of a placard, with its motor working and a side window broken out. The Kia’s steering column was also peeled back and the ignition weakened.
North Riverside police have reported a amount of Kia and Hyundai design vehicles stolen in the village in latest months by persons who crack rear windows to get entry and then peel back again the steering column to begin the motor.
A witness explained looking at four teenage boys exiting the car or truck a small time earlier. 4 teenagers matching that description were then witnessed strolling back towards the Kia when police ordered them to prevent.
All 4 ended up detained right after allegedly making an attempt to run away. One of the teenagers reportedly experienced a screwdriver in his pocket. Following they have been booked, two of the teenagers had been transported to the Prepare dinner County Juvenile Detention Heart, 1 was transferred into the custody of Chicago police to be interviewed in relationship with an open up murder case and one was unveiled to the custody of his mother.
Automobile theft in Brookfield
Brookfield police say that a 2014 Jeep stolen from Freddy’s Vehicle Entire body, 9408 Ogden Ave. at about 12:20 p.m. on Nov. 4 experienced been remaining in a service bay unattended for much less than five minutes when it was pushed away.
An personnel informed police she read the seem of one thing breaking and went to investigate when she observed a chain that goes across the services bay broken and a customer’s Jeep currently being pushed absent westbound on Ogden Avenue.
The staff explained the vehicle had just been moved to the service bay and had been parked there for less than five minutes with the key fob in the center console. Surveillance movie showed a gold Lincoln MKX back up to a gate west of the small business, Two individuals are found exiting the Lincoln and strolling into the west door major to the support bay.
A quick time later, a single particular person will come back again out and will get into the Lincoln which then leaves westbound on Ogden Avenue followed by the Jeep.
Fireplace guts garage, damages two other people
Brookfield fire and police officers say the cause of a garage hearth that ignited all through the early early morning several hours of Nov. 5 was undetermined but that it did not surface to be suspicious in origin.
Unexpected emergency personnel responded to the alley driving the 9100 blocks of Sherman and Grant Avenues at about 2:50 a.m., getting one particular garage totally engulfed in flames and fireplace spreading to close by structures.
In accordance to the law enforcement report of the incident, the west wall of one more garage in the 9100 block of Sherman Avenue was poorly weakened and that flames had extended into that framework. Fire also ruined the garage at the rear of a assets in the 9100 block of Grant Avenue.
No one was hurt. Hearth staff wrapped up functions at about 4:40 a.m.
Unlawful use of a weapon
Riverside police billed a 26-year-previous Berwyn man with misdemeanor unlawful use of a weapon after an officer on patrol reported viewing a black Hyundai parked illegally, experiencing northbound in the 2700 block of Harlem Avenue on Nov. 4 at about 12:50 a.m.
The driver, who was by yourself in the automobile, was asleep at the wheel with his foot on the brake and the auto in gear. Law enforcement positioned a squad car in entrance of the Hyundai to prevent it from shifting forward and woke up the driver, who advised law enforcement he’d fallen asleep waiting around for a freight educate to very clear.
He was taken into custody for driving on a suspended license. Police also recovered a loaded 9 mm handgun from the glove compartment of the motor vehicle. The driver possessed a valid Firearm Owner’s ID card but no hid-carry permit, law enforcement mentioned.
Woman hit by vehicle hospitalized
A girl described by police as “elderly” was taken to MacNeal Healthcare facility in Berwyn on Nov. 4 at about 1 p.m. right after she was struck by a medical transportation van on its way to select up a individual even though southbound on Harlem Avenue at 29th Avenue.
The driver of the van said he observed the girl and tried out to halt on the slick wet highway area but could not do so prior to hanging the lady. A witness instructed law enforcement the girl was “walking pretty quick throughout the street” and that the car hitting her was “unavoidable.”
There was no point out of the driver being ticketed in the police report.
Man reportedly threatened with gun
North Riverside law enforcement responded to the intersection of Harlem Avenue and Cermak Street on the morning of Oct. 31 right after a person termed to report staying threatened by a male with a gun whilst waiting around at the bus prevent outside the house Chick-fil-A, 7201 Cermak Road.
The victim advised police he was approached by a guy carrying all black who informed him to “get on the ground” prior to achieving into a bag and displaying a gun. The sufferer reported he ran away and referred to as police. The offender was not present when law enforcement arrived, in accordance to the report.
North Riverside law enforcement charged a 22-yr-previous Bellwood man with driving beneath the affect of prescription drugs and other site visitors offenses after he reportedly blacked out even though driving westbound on Cermak Street and crashed his Cadillac into a tree and pole on the Prepare dinner County Forest Preserves assets on the northwest corner of Cermak Highway and Desplaines Avenue on Nov. 6 just ahead of 3 p.m.
The car sustained significant hurt, law enforcement reported. The driver reportedly admitted to having smoked cannabis in the hour prior to having at the rear of the wheel. Law enforcement transported the driver to the medical center for DUI screening. Police did not deal with in the report irrespective of whether a woman passenger in the auto had been injured in the crash.
In addition to DUI, law enforcement billed the driver with criminal hurt to home and cited him for other infractions.
These things have been obtained from law enforcement experiences submitted by the Riverside, North Riverside and Brookfield police departments, Oct. 31-Nov. 6, and symbolize a portion of the incidents to which police responded. Except if in any other case indicated, any one named in these reviews has only been charged with a crime. These instances have not been adjudicated.
— Compiled by Bob Uphues