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Palos Heights Police Blotter: Palos Community Hospital Employee Battered

Palos Heights police reports, May 12-14

SATURDAY, MAY 14

Blue City

Dominique R. Strauss, 20, of the 7800 block of 143rd Street in Orland Park, was charged with illegal consumption of alcohol by a minor and headlights color other than white. Police said they stopped Strauss in the 13600 block of Harlem Avenue around 3 a.m. for driving with blue-tinted headlights. Police smelled alcohol on Strauss' breath, and she later admitted to drinking alcohol before getting behind the wheel, according to the report.

Booze Cruise

Boguslaw A. Laba, 37, of the 7700 block of Newland Avenue in Burbank, was charged with driving under the influence (DUI), transportation of open alcoholic container and minimum speed required. Police said they found Laba parked in the middle of the 6600 block of College Drive, blocking traffic, around 9 p.m. and smelled alcohol on his breath. Police also said they found an open bottle of tequila in his car.

FRIDAY, MAY 13

Hospital Employee Battered

Eirini J. Peroulas, 20, of the 7100 block of 99th Street in Chicago Ridge, was charged with battery. Police said Peroulas was being treated at Palos Community Hospital around 6 p.m. when she intentionally struck a hospital employee in the head with her hand.

Weaving Through Palos

Jason J. Hannan, 28, of the 13700 block of Lawler Avenue in Crestwood, was charged with DUI and improper lane usage. Police said they stopped Hannan’s car in the 6400 block of College Drive around 1:30 a.m. for driving slowly and weaving within its lane.

THURSDAY, MAY 12

Trespassing

Melissa S. Lloyd, 31, of the 6200 block of 127th Street in Palos Heights, was charged with criminal trespass to property. Police said Lloyd entered the Ridgeland Avenue Walgreens around 10 a.m., though she was banned from the store last month.  with felony possession of a controlled substance and possession of drug paraphernalia at the same location. In her pocket at that time police found marijuana, prescription pills, a white power, a burnt smoking pipe and a hypodermic needle, according to the report.

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