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Juveniles Charged in Burglary; Soap Thief Flees: Police Blotter

Oak Park police reports, April 4-6.

SATURDAY, APRIL 6

Soap Thief

A woman who stole an unknown amount of soap from Jewel in the 400 block of Madison Street fled the store. Police said she is in her 40s, 5-foot-6, 130 pounds with brown hair and wa wearing a leopard print scarf, black coat and black pants. The loss wasn't immediately known.

FRIDAY, APRIL 5

Warrant Arrests

Cassius R. Lemon, 20, of the 900 block of Harlem Avenue in Forest Park, was booked on a warrant for his arrest from the Illinois Department of Corrections for a parole violation.

Steve L. Baldwin, 18, of the 1000 block of Marengo in Forest Park, was booked on a warrant for his arrest from Forest Park police in regard to disorderly conduct charges. He was turned over to Forest Park police. 

Juvenile Burglary

Three juveniles from Chicago were charged with a burglary that occurred in the 300 block of South Boulevard. They were released to their parents and given court dates. 

THURSDAY, APRIL 4

Clothing Stolen

Shantell T.D. Lumpkins, 19, of the 100 block of N. Bell in Chicago, was charged with felony retail theft after police were called to Old Navy, 417 N. Harlem Ave. in Oak Park. Store security said she took $421 in shoes and clothing and tried to leave the store without paying.

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