THURSDAY, OCT. 18
Cosmetic counter takes a hit
Isabel Razo, 18, Joliet, was charged with retail theft after security staff at Walmart, 500 block of E. Route 30, spotted her attempting to leave the store without paying for $125 worth of make-up. She posted bond and was released.
Driving on a suspended license
Leodegario Reyes, 35, Homer Glen, was stopped in his vehicle at Route 30 and Gougar Road after police ran a check of his license plate. Upon investigation, police learned that he was driving on a suspended license. Reyes was ticketed for the offense.
WEDNESDAY, OCT. 17
Wooden pallets lifted from back of store
Police say they were called by staff from a business in the 1100 block of E. Route 30 who reported that wooden pallets had been stolen from the back of the store. The matter is under investigation.
Two fraud complaints
Somebody from the 700 block of Heartland Drive complained that he learned of a plot by an unknown thief who tried to open a credit card account in his name.
Only two days earlier, a resident of the 300 block of Wintree Lane, notified police that someone had fraudulently used his credit card to purchase $3,225 worth of merchandise. Police are investigating both fraud complaints.
TUESDAY, OCT. 15
Thieves move bicycles and a moped
Someone from the 100 block of Towncrest Drive told police that two bicycles and a moped were stolen from a storage area in his apartment complex. The value of the items was not reported. Police are investigating the matter.
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