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Tuesday, March 26, 2013

Man Charged with Alcohol abuse after smashing 300 dollars in Jack Daniels

Jesse D. Fells, 49, of Berwyn, was charged with retail theft after police were called to USA Beverage, 7200 Madison St. The store clerk said Fells stole a bottle of whisky, but then dropped it when chased out of the store. Fells fled on his bike, police said, but he was eventually caught. The bottle of whisky was valued at about $300. Fells said he planned to go home to "drink it with some girls." Felony charges were approved because he has a prior burglary conviction. He was given a March 21 court date.

Chicago Ape steals baby formula for his lillte chimp

A Chicago man who said he was a "success story" for only stealing things and not committing robberies was charged with theft after taking numerous bottles of baby formula from Walmart on March 8.
Walmart store security said Cornell A. Woods, 46, of Chicago, put several bottles of baby formula in his pocket and left the store without paying. When police arrived, Cornell Woods was lying in the back of a car.
Police recovered eight bottles of formula from Cornell Woods but saw numerous other bottles in the car. The driver, Alonzo Woods, 47, also of Chicago, said he only drove to Walmart and didn't take anything else. Cornell Woods said he got them at another store in Waukegan.
Both men were taken to the police station, where it was discovered that Alonzo's drivers license was suspended.
At the station, both men continued to deny stealing the additional bottles of forumla, of which there were 26 total. Cornell told police he is a "success story" and only steals, but doesn't do drugs or commit robberies or burglaries.
Because of a prior burglary conviction, Cornell was charged with felony retail theft and he was given a March 14 court date.
Alonzo was ticketed for the suspended license and was given an April 16 court date

Monkey Beats Woman at McDonald's With 'Wet Floor' Sign




 

A Franklin Park man was charged with battery after beating a woman in McDonald's with a "wet floor" sign, Forest Park police said.
Levare Boston, 43, was charged after police were called to McDonald's, 420 Des Plaines Ave on March 12. Police saw a woman with cuts on her cheek and nose, and she said she knew Boston from the PADS shelter.
Police reviewed video surveillance and said Boston was seen with another woman, later identified as his girlfriend. The victim tried to leave the restaurant after spotting Boston, who then got up and began arguing with her.
He then was seen grabbing a "wet floor" sign and hitting the victim with it multiple times, police said.
At the station Boston said the woman threw hot coffee at his face, but police said none of his clothes were wet and he showed no signs of injuries. The victim said Boston was mad at her because she "turned down his advances."
Boston was given a May 16 court date.


APB on Sex Offender who is wanted

the State Police is looking for this person call 217-8672050