By Jessica Rosenberg and Michael Sewall
MONDAY, APRIL 8
Man Charged in Car Theft
Arsenio Hall, 20, of the 6900 block of S. Stewart Street, was charged with theft in connection with a car that was stolen in Oak Park on March 18.
Chicago police arrested Hall for an unrelated theft and found the key to the Mercedes in his possession, police said.
On March 18, a resident reported that someone stole his iPhone, cash and the keys to a 2010 Mercedes Benz 350E out of the locker room at the Oak Park Tennis Club, 301 Lake St. The car was recovered in the 8000 block of S. Drexel Ave.
SUNDAY, APRIL 7
Theft at Marion St. Cheese Market
Julio Angel Davila, 39, of the 3800 block of N. Oak Park Ave. was arrested and charged with theft after video surveillance cameras showed him removing $400 from a safe at the Marion Street Cheese Market at about 9:15 a.m, police said. According to police records, the charges will be upgraded to a felony due to a prior armed robbery conviction on Davila’s record.
Damage to Village Property
Three male Chicago juveniles were arrested and charged with damage to village property after a witness saw them bend and damage the parking signs at the Village of Oak Park. The young men were released to a guardian.
At approximately 6 p.m., an unknown person stole an unlocked girl’s red, black and white Specialized mountain bike from a front yard near the 200 block of S. Humphrey St. The value of the bike is estimated at $200.
Invalid Driver’s License
Laronda L. Jordan, 27, of the 7300 block of West Dixon St. in Forest Park was stopped for speeding near the 1300 block of N. Austin at approximately 10:30 p.m. and arrested for not having a valid driver’s license. She was released after posting bond. A court date is set.
Salvio Menera-Lopez, 29, of the 2300 block of N. Sayre Ave. was stopped for speeding near the 6100 block of North Ave. at about 10:55 p.m. and arrested for not having a valid driver’s license. Menera-Lopez was released after posting bond. A court date is set.
SATURDAY, APRIL 6
An unknown person entered a garage on the 1100 block of S. Grove St. between the hours of approximately 10 a.m. and 5 p.m. and removed a black and white Scott bicycle. Two cars in the garage were also ransacked, but nothing was stolen. Estimated value of the losses is $400.
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