8 Bears Tickets Stolen From River Forest Home

River Forest police reports, Nov. 27-Dec. 1

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Sunday, December 1

Aggravated DUI

Police charged Oneill Mejia, 27, of Chicago, with aggravated driving under the influence of alcohol during a traffic stop in the 7500 block of Harlem Avenue around 2:30 a.m. Because Mejia was driving without a valid license, he was charged with felony DUI, police said. 

Wallet Stolen

Someone stole a wallet containing $40 and credit cards from Panera Bread, 7349 W. Lake St.

Friday, November 29

Late Rental Car Return Results in Trespassing Charge

Police charged Bryce Kyle, 36, of Chicago, with trespassing to a vehicle because he failed to return a rental car in time.

Thursday, November 28


Police charged Julia Meineke, 26, of Chicago, with driving under the influence of alcohol during a traffic stop near the intersection of Harlem Avenue and Division Street around 2:45 a.m. Her blood alcohol content was .126, police said. 

Wednesday, November 27

8 Bears Tickets Stolen

Someone stole eight Chicago Bears tickets from a home in the 1300 block of Lathrop Avenue. The resident told police she thought acquaintances of her daughter's may have taken the tickets between Nov. 3 and Nov. 10. The total estimated loss is $920, police said. 

Wallet Stolen at Panera Bread

Someone stole a wallet from a woman's purse at Panera Bread, 7349 W. Lake St., around 12:15 p.m. 

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