THURSDAY, MAY 24
A business in the 21700 block of Center Avenue told police that someone used a business credit card to purchase $800 in gas.
Someone damaged a vehicle parked in the 400 block of South Marley Road.
Jose Vargas, 31, of Chicago, was ticketed for driving with a suspended license and no insurance after police randomly ran his plates near Route 6 and Interstate 355.
WEDNESDAY, MAY 23
A resident told police that someone used her debit card information to make about $170 in online puchases.
Police randomly ran the license plates of a driver at Route 6 and Silver Cross Boulevard. The driver, Cornequa Bass, 23, of Joliet, was ticketed for driving with a suspended license and no insurance. The passenger, Jeremy Jackson, 25, of Chicago, had an active warrant for his arrest for the failure to appear in Williamson County Court.
Bryan Nolan, 46, of Lockport, was ticketed for running a red light and driving with a suspended license.
TUESDAY, MAY 22
Man Won't Leave Mexican Restaurant
Daniel Deinema, 25, of the 400 block of Boeing Drive in New Lenox, was charged with disorderly conduct after police were called to the El Burrito Loco restaurant in the 300 block of West Route 30. Police said Deinema was yelling obscenities and refused to leave when asked.
MONDAY, MAY 21
Someone put blacktop sealant on a car parked in the 1200 block of Towncrest Drive.
A bike was stolen from a porch in the 600 block of South Cooper Road. It was valued at $100.
Jose Carmargo, 29, of Chicago, was ticketed for driving with a suspended license and no insurance after police randomly ran his plates near Route 30 and Gougar Road.
THURSDAY, MAY 17
Alvin Cruz, 38, of the 1800 block of Edmonds Avenue in New Lenox, was taken to Will County Jail after police responded to his home for a civil dispute. Police discovered Cruz had a warrant for his arrest for the failure to appear in Lake County.
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