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Oak Park Police Blotter: Man Displays Gun at IHOP

Oak Park police reports, June 22-26.

JUNE 24-25

Burglary from Auto

Several CDs and miscellaneous papers were stolen from an unlocked 1999 Toyota Sienna parked in the 1100 block of Wesley Avenue. Estimated loss was $70.

Theft

A mountain bike was stolen from the rear of a home in the 500 block of South Cuyler Avenue. Estimated loss was $499.99.

SUNDAY, JUNE 24

Burglary

A bicycle was stolen from the garage of a home in the 600 block of Lyman Avenue. Entry was gained through a closed, but unlocked, side service door. Estimated loss was $350.

JUNE 23-24

Burglary to Garage

Music equipment, two bicycles and a razor scooter were stolen from the garage of a home in the 1100 block of South Elmwood Avenue. Entry was gained through an unlocked side service door. Estimated loss was $2,480.

FRIDAY, JUNE 23

Aggravated Assault

A verbal altercation nearly turned violent inside of the IHOP, 6501 W. North Ave., when a man left the establishment, came back and displayed a semi-automatic handgun in front of a 31-year-old man. The gun-toter then left the scene.

THURSDAY, JUNE 22

Theft

An unsecured and unattended bicycle was stolen from the front porch of a home in the 200 block of South Scoville Avenue. Estimated loss was $60.

Theft

Two wallets were stolen from two different people at left unattended on the side of the basketball court at Stevenson Park, 49 Lake St. One wallet contained miscellaneous identification cards and debit cards. Estimated loss for both was $50.

JUNE 21-24

Theft from Auto

An Oak Park vehicle sticker and a parking permit were stolen from an unlocked 2009 Chevrolet Malibu parked in the 200 block of Washington Boulevard.

JUNE 21-22

Criminal Damage to Auto

A 2012 Volvo XC 60 parked in the rear of a building in the 200 block of North Marion Street was scratched with an unknown object. Estimated damage was $500.

Theft from Motor Vehicle

A registration sticker was stolen from a 2008 Nissan Altima parked in the 00 block of Garfield Avenue.

Burglary to Auto

A GPS unit was stolen from a 2001 Oldsmobile Intrigue parked in a village-owned lot in the 200 block of South Boulevard. Entry to the auto was unknown. Estimated loss was $100.

Criminal Damage to Property

An exterior light fixture on a condominium building in the 400 block of North Marion Street was taken off its base and smashed with a brick. Estimated loss was $500.

Burglary to Auto

A wallet containing two identification cards, two rolls of dimes and $40 in cash were taken from a 2007 Honda Civic parked in the 700 block of Harrison Street. Entry was gained by breaking the front passenger door window with a rock. Estimated loss was $320.

THURSDAY, JUNE 21

Aggravated Battery Arrest

Sheylynn, D. Gladney, 20 of Chicago, was charged with aggravated battery for his part in the beating of a 16-year-old that took place on April 17, police said. Gladney and four other subjects approached the teen in the 700 block of Lake Street, punched and kicked him and fled. Gladney, who was apprehended in Chicago, was the last of the group to be arrested, police said.

JUNE 19-22

Theft

Two bicycles were stolen from the gated rear yard of a home in the 600 block of South Humphrey Avenue. Estimated loss was $350.

JUNE 17-22

Theft from Auto

A spare tire was taken from a 2000 Ford Explorer parked in the rear of a building in the 1000 block of Washington Boulevard. Estimated loss was $275.

Inside Warrant Arrest

Amy E. Gabris, 22, of North Aurora, was arrested in St. Charles and turned over to Oak Park police on an active warrant for retail theft.

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