Garages Burglarized, Car Windshields Smashed

Oak Park police reports, May 1-2.


Warrant Arrest

Christian L. Rogers, 26, of the 3300 block of W. Lexington in Chicago, was booked in Oak Park on two outstanding warrants for his arrest: one for a DUI charge and another for a charge of driving with a suspended/revoked license. Rogers was held in lieu of bond. 

Garage Burlgaries

Someone broke into a garage in the 700 block of S. Humphrey and smashed a window to a car. Nothing was reported missing, but the estimated damage is $150. 

Another garage was burglarized in the 600 block of S. Lombard. Someone entered it through an open overhead door, and then broke a window to the car. A pair of black Ray-Bans sunglasses was stolen, and the estimated loss was $250. 

Windshields Smashed

Two car windshields were smashed in the 400 block of S. Austin when someone threw a piece of concrete through them. One car's damage was estimatd at $200 and the other at $300. 


Car Battery Stolen

A man was seeing fleeing a garage in the 900 block of N. Harvey. He's described as a black male in his 20s, 5-foot-10 and 160 pounds, and last seen wearing a black short-sleeve shirt and black shorts. The burglar took a car battery from a car in the unlocked garage. The estimated loss was $150. 

Aggravated Robbery

Travone T. Norris, 24, of the 100 block of N. Kenilworth in Oak Park, was charged with aggravated robbery. Police said he was involved with robbing an Oak Park juvenile April 20 in the 5900 block of W. Madison Street. He was given a May 10 court date. 

Criminal Trespass

Two Oak Park juveniles were charged with criminal trespass to real property in the 100 block of Madison Street. They were processed and turned over to their legal guardians. 

Juvenile Robbery

A Chicago juvenile was charged with robbery in connection with an incident that occurred in the 1100 block of S. Scoville. 

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Jessica Mackinnon May 09, 2013 at 03:49 PM
Boy, that 2-year-old kid arrested for DUI--I guess we start 'em young in Oak Park...


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