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Oak Park Police Blotter: Chicago Teen Charged with Damaging Hospital Cafeteria Table

The following information was supplied by the Oak Park Police Department. Where arrests or charges are mentioned, it does not indicate a conviction.

DUI Arrest: Dennis D. Jackson, 32, of Oak Park, was charged with drunken driving, failing to reduce speed to avoid an accident, driving without insurance and damaging public property Feb. 19 after his 2002 Honda Civic struck a light pole in the 1100 block of North Ridgeland Avenue, police said. 

Theft: An unattended iPod was stolen Feb. 19 from the break room at Denny’s, 711 Harlem Ave. Estimated loss was $200.

Criminal Damage: A 15-year-old from Chicago was charged with criminal damage to property and disorderly conduct Feb. 19 after damaging a cafeteria table at West Suburban Medical Center, 3 Erie Ct., police said. Officers were dispatched to the hospital for a call about four rowdy juveniles who were running through the hospital and disturbing patients and staff.

Criminal Damage: A 2-foot by 3-foot glass window of a home in the 100 block of Wesley Avenue was broken Feb. 18 with a piece of concrete. Estimated loss was $150.

Criminal Damage: A piece of concrete was used Feb. 18 to break the rear passenger door window and dent the driver’s side quarter panel on a 2003 Honda Odyssey parked in the 100 block of North Taylor Avenue. Estimated damage was $600.

Warrant Arrest: Reginald Griffin, 30, of Chicago, was arrested Feb. 18 on an Illinois Department of Corrections warrant for violating probation, police said. He was picked up while riding a bicycle in the 5900 block of Rice Street in Chicago.

Warrant Arrest: Daniel A. Swope, 41, of River Forest, was arrested Feb. 18 on an outstanding warrant from 1994 out of Oak Park for driving on a suspended license, police said. He was apprehended by Elmwood Park Police in the 900 block of Thatcher Avenue.  

Traffic Arrest: Lidia J. Aguilar, 43, of Chicago, was charged with driving on a suspended license Feb. 18 after a traffic stop in the 900 block of North Austin Boulevard for running a red light at Austin and Augusta Street, police said.

Theft: An unattended baseball bag containing three bats, a helmet and batting gloves was stolen Feb. 18 from a bench in the 0-100 block of Chicago Avenue. Estimated loss was $570.

Home Invasion: Lavona D. King, 36, of Chicago, was charged with home invasion Feb. 18 as part of an ongoing domestic dispute, police said. The arrest took place in the 400 block of North Oak Park Avenue.

Criminal Damage: A piece of concrete was thrown Feb. 18 through the rear window of a 2007 Audi parked in the 100 block of Wesley Avenue. Estimated damage was $300.

Burglary from Auto: A Sony radio was stolen sometime between Feb. 17 and Feb. 18 from a 2000 Honda Civic parked in the garage of a home in the 1100 block of Wenonah Avenue. Entry was gained by prying open the garage side service door. The Civic and the 2001 Honda Accord, which also was parked inside, were ransacked. Estimated loss was $119.99.

Residential Burglary: Liquor and coins were stolen sometime between Feb. 17 and Feb. 18 from a home in the 1200 block of North Grove Avenue. Entry was gained by unlocking a deadbolt after breaking the rear basement door window. Estimated loss was $85.

Traffic Arrest: Krystal Tolliver, 22, of Chicago, was charged with driving on an expired license, driving without insurance and failing to reduce speed to avoid a crash Feb. 17 after a traffic accident that took place earlier in the day in the 200 block of North Grove Avenue, police said.

Burglary to Auto: A backpack containing clothing was taken Feb. 17 from a 2012 Dodge Durango parked in the lot at Denny’s, 711 Harlem Ave. Entry was gained by breaking the rear passenger window. Estimated loss was $265.

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