Palos Hills Police Blotter: Fights at Stagg, Boy Shot by BB Gun, Home Burglary
Palos Hills police reports, Nov. 9-14
sunday, NOV. 14
The carport of a home on Cour De Lareine was spray-painted, according to reports.
Running From Police
John Kelsey, 24, of Orland Park, was charged with battery and Michael Revoir, 25, of Worth, was charged with disorderly conduct after an incident outside of Durbin's, 10154 Roberts Road. Kelsey yelled at and then shoved a man, police said. Kelsey and Revoir then fled the area on foot and hid across the street, police said. When officers attempted to talk with the pair, they again ran away, police said.
saturday, NOV. 13
A 2006 Ford Explorer is believed to have been stolen from a parking lot on the 10200 block of 86th Terrace. The car broke down on Southwest Highway and the driver left the vehicle in the parking lot. When she returned several hours later the car was gone, police said. Police were told the owner of the parking lot did not have the vehicle towed.
DUI on Roberts Road
John Czerwien, 22, of Homer Glen, was charged with driving under the influence of alcohol, driving with a suspended license, speeding, improper lane use and no valid insurance. Czerwien was pulled over in the 10000 block of Roberts Road around 3:50 a.m. for speeding, police said. He failed a field sobriety test, police said.
Robert Walsh, 19, of unincorporated Orland Park, was charged with residential burglary. Walsh entered a home on the 7500 block of 105th Street and took two computers, two Xbox 360's and related equipment between midnight and 7 a.m., police said. Officers found Walsh around 11 a.m. with the stolen property in duffle bags, police said.
friday, NOV. 12
Fight at Stagg
Police arrested a male student at Stagg High School for battery after a fight that began when one student pushed another student in the hallway, police said.
Boy Shot by BB Gun
A male juvenile was shot in the chest by a BB gun at 88th Avenue and 99th Street, police said. The boy told police a passing car was responsible. Detectives are investigating.
thursday, NOV. 11
Fight at Stagg, Damage at Police Department
A female Stagg High School student was charged with battery and criminal damage to property. The student was involved in a fight at school and while waiting for a parent at the Palos Hills Police Department damaged property, police said.
The window of a condominium on the 11100 block of Center Road was damaged, police said.
tuesday, NOV. 9
Cash Stolen From Room
A resident of the 10400 block of Roberts Road told police he had a duffle bag with $800 in cash taken from his room. He told police who had access to the room and detectives are investigating.
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