Kicking & Screaming Leads to Charges Outside Gas Station Bathroom: Blotter
Palos Hills police reports, Jan. 29 - Feb. 4.
TUESDAY, JAN. 29
Argument Leads to Battery Charge
Christopher Krentkowski, 33, of Worth, was charged with criminal damage to property and battery, according to a police report. Police were called at about 1 a.m. to the area of 10500 S. Palos Place. The alleged victim told police she got into an argument with Krentkowski, who then reportedly threw a mirror and other items at her. He is due in Bridgeview court on March 15.
Battery Charges At School
A male juvenile was charged at around noon with battery after an employee at Stagg High School told police that the boy struck another student in the head, according to a report. The alleged offender will appear in Bridgeview court. On the same day, two male juveniles were charged with battery after alleging fighting at Stagg, police said.
MONDAY, FEB. 4
Kicking and Screaming
Tamara Cox, 29, of Chicago, was charged with disorderly conduct, battery and resisting a police officer, according to a police report. Police were called at about 5 a.m. to the area of the Speedway Gas Station, located at 10300 S. Roberts Rd. Gas station employees told officers a woman locked herself in the bathroom. They also could smell a strong odor of alcohol on her breath. When an ambulance was called, Cox allegedly began yelling, hitting and kicking police. She is due in Bridgeview court on March 15.
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