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Women Shoplift at Walmart, Push Employee: Police Blotter

Police charged four with driving on a suspended license and another with retail theft.

THURSDAY, NOV. 1

Checking account targeted by thieves

Police say someone from the 1600 block of Edmonds Avenue was robbed of $1,800 in an unauthorized withdrawal from his checking account. A fraud complaint was filed. Police are investigating the matter.

Police arrested two for retail theft

Misty Warner, 21, and Alex Behmetuik, 22, both of Lockport, were charged with retail theft after attempting to leave Walmart, in the 500 block of E. Route 30, with about $80 worth of merchandise.

Shoplifting endeavor turns complicated

Lindsey Sheldon-Padron, 28, and Estefania Padron, 24, both of Joliet, were arrested on charges of retail theft from Walmart, in the 500 block of E. Route 30.

According to the report, security staff stopped the pair as they attempted to leave the store without paying for merchandise. While waiting in the security office at Walmart, police said, Sheldon-Pardron allegedly pushed an employee in an attempt to flee. Consequently, she was charged with battery as well.

Finally, police discovered that Padron, who drove to the store, was driving on a suspended license. She was ticketed for that as well.

A faulty headlight draws attention

Alexis Franchini, 18, Joliet, was stopped for driving a car with one headlight out at Route 30 and Pine Street. A computer check of her license revealed that the license had been suspended and she was driving an uninsured vehicle. Franchini was issued citations for each traffic violation.

Random registration check nets three

Eante Williams, 30, Chicago, was stopped in his car at Gougar Road and Route 6 after a computer check of his plates revealed that he was driving on a suspended license.

James Blokel, 40, of the 1400 block of N. Cedar Road, was snagged in a random registration check at Cedar Road and Joliet Highway. He was cited for driving on a suspended license, driving with a suspended registration and operating an uninsured vehicle.


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Police blotter information is provided by the New Lenox Police Department. Charges are not evidence of guilt. They are a record of police actions taken on a given day, and persons charged with a crime are presumed innocent until proven guilty in court. If you or a family member are charged or cited and the case is subsequently adjudicated, we encourage you to notify the editor. We will verify and report the outcome. If you have information about an unsolved crime, call the Investigations Unit at 815-462-6100.


DJ November 05, 2012 at 06:20 PM
They should have built a courthouse and jail inside the Walmart.

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