Man Returns Drunk to Hospital: Police Blotter

Oak Park police reports, Feb. 26-27.


Man Returns Drunk to Hospital

Ernest R. Tucker, 34, of the 1500 block of S. Kedvale in Chicago, was charged with criminal trespass. Police said returned to West Suburban Hospital after he was previously asked to leave, and that he was intoxicated. He was released after posting bond. 


OPRF Locker Theft

Someone stole two credit cards and an iPhone from a male juvenile'slocker at Oak Park and River Forest High School. The theft occurred between 1 p.m. and 1:45 p.m., and the estimated loss was $650. 

Cigarettes Stolen

Antoine D. Allen, 41, of the 1200 block of Hayes in Oak Park, was charged with retail theft. Police said he tried to steal a carton of cigarettes valued at $84.99 from the CVS Pharmacy in the 400 block of South Harvey. He was held for bond hearings. 

Cough Syrup Stolen

Rondell V. Young, 36, and Josalyn Juarez, 29, both of Chicago, were charged with retail theft. Police said they tried to steal cough syrup and toothpaste, valued at $108, from Dominick's in Oak Park. Further investigation showed that Juarez had an active state warrant for a felony parole violation. They were both held for bond hearings. 

Patio Set Taken

Someone stole a wrought iron patio furniture set from the backyard of a home in the 400 block of S. Wisconsin. The estimated loss was $1,000. Police say the theft took place between 6 p.m. and 10 p.m.

Man With Shovel Steals From Porch

The victim of a theft saw a man walk past his house with a shovel, and when the victim went inside several items were stolen from the front porch of a home in the 500 block of N. Humphrey. 

Police said the man with the shovel stole an iPod and iPod speaker dock, a pack of cigarettes and a lighter from the front porch between 7:24 p.m. and 7:28 p.m. The thief is described as a male in his late 20s, 5-foot-9 with a medium build and wearing a tan jacket, brown hat and brown pants. 

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