Auto Theft: A 2003 Ford 350 van with its key in the ignition was stolen May 1 from the rear alley of a building in the 1000 block of South Oak Park Avenue. Miscellaneous tools were inside. Estimated loss was $25,000.
Burglary to Garage: A 28-inch bicycle and lock were stolen sometime between April 30 and May 1 from the garage of a home in the 100 block of South Humphrey Avenue. Entry was gained by forcing open the side service door. Estimated loss was $440.
Theft: The bill dispenser housing was broken and $25 was taken from a soda machine located outside of Oak Park CITGO, 333 Lake St., sometime between April 30 and May 1. Estimated damage and loss were $1,025.
Residential Burglary: A camcorder, camera, laptop and $60 were stolen May 1 from an apartment in the 900 block of South Oak Park Avenue. Entry was gained by forcing open the front door. Estimated loss was $1,290.
Warrant Arrest: Marco V. Cando-Mancheno, 29, of Urbana, was arrested in Champaign County May 1 on an outstanding warrant out of Oak Park for violating an order of protection, police said.
Theft Arrest: A 14-year-old male from Oak Park was charged with theft May 1 for taking an iPhone wrapped in head phones and a belt from a locker in the freshmen boys’ locker room at Oak Park-River Forest High School last month, police said. He was released to the custody of his mother.
Resisting a Peace Officer: Lavarius C. Wash, 18, was charged with resisting a peace officer May 1 after he pushed, and tried to pull away from, an officer who had attempted to separate Wash and his 20-year-old girlfriend during an argument, police said. The incident took place in the 6400 block of Roosevelt Road.
Residential Burglary: A safe containing a wedding ring and papers was stolen from the front room closet, $30 in change from a jar in the front hallway and $100 from a bank during the May 1 burglary of an apartment in the 900 block of Randolph Street. Entry was gained by forcing open a side door. Estimated loss was $280.
DUI Charge: William Borges, 44, of Elwood, was charged with DUI, driving without a license and insurance May 1 after a traffic stop in the 800 block of West Augusta Street, police said.
Theft: An 8-speed bicycle was stolen May 1 from behind a bush in the front courtyard of a building in the 100 block of North Grove Avenue. Estimated loss was $175.
Aggravated Assault Arrest: Lorenzo Harris, 36, of Oak Park , was charged with aggravated assault May 2 after he threatened a man with a knife during an argument in a home in the 600 block of North Austin Boulevard, police said.
Criminal Damage: A double pane glass window on the east side of the field house at Stevenson Park, 49 Lake St., was shattered by a BB pellet April 26. Damage estimate was $400.
Retail Theft Arrests: Two Chicago girls, 17 and 15, were charged with retail theft April 27 after they tried taking beauty and hygiene products worth $112 from Dominick’s Finer Foods, 259 Lake St., police said. They were released to the custody of their guardians.
Residential Burglary: A wireless modem and four cans of beer were taken April 27 during a burglary to a first-floor apartment in the 1000 block of North Boulevard. Entry was gained through a closed, but unlocked, bathroom window; the apartment was ransacked. Estimated loss was $102.
Retail Theft Arrest: Leslie Y. Barner, 40, of Chicago was charged with retail theft after she tried taking $43 worth of toothpaste from Jewel-Osco, 438 W. Madison St., police said.
Residential Burglary: Two televisions, a laptop computer, an Xbox game console and four games were stolen sometime between April 24 and April 29 from an apartment in the 100 block of South Maple Avenue. Entry was gained through a closed, but unlocked, window. Estimated loss was $1,410.
Residential Burglary: An iPhone and charger were stolen April 29 during the burglary of an apartment in the 100 block of Forest Place. Entry was gained by means of an unlocked door. Estimated loss was $220.
Retail Theft Arrest: Zolaundra Zeigler, 21, of Oak Park, was charged with retail theft April 26 after she tried taking seven packages of hair extensions, valued at $179, from Oak Park Beauty Supply, 20 Madison St., police said.