SUNDAY, SEPT. 30
Now How's My Car Going To Start?
Police responded to a delayed report of a motor vehicle part theft in the 14800 block of Kenton Avenue. The victim told officers that sometime during the previous night an unknown suspect(s) cut and removed the catalytic converter from a 2005 Chevrolet.
The victim told officers that they did not hear any strange noises during the night. Police told the victim a report would be filed on the incident.
FRIDAY, SEPT. 28
That's Not Your Credit Card
Police were notified by the victim of an identity theft that an unknown person was using their credit card information to made purchases. The victim told police that their card was used to make three purchases, totaling more than $340 from three different businesses.
The victim's credit card company notified the victim that the purchases were all being shipped to an address in Pennsylvania.
THURSDAY, SEPT. 27
Drunk, Fighting and 'Pregnant'
Danielle T. Doehler, 19, of the 520 block of W. 29th Street, Chicago, was charged with domestic battery and unlawful consumption of alcohol by a minor following an fight with her domestic partner. At the scene, in the 140 block of S. Keystone Avenue, police found Doehler and the victim arguing.
While talking with the victim, the officers noted a bruise on her right cheek. Officers also noted that Doehler appeared very intoxicated, something she admitted. When questioned on why she was drinking at 19, she told officers she was 5 months pregnant and was trying to kill the baby because she did not like the baby's father.
The victim told officers she did not want to press charges on Doehler, but officers signed a complaint on her behalf and Doehler was taken into custody and transported to South Suburban Hospital for treatment.
At the hospital officers learned Doehler was not pregnant and that she was being admitted for a mental health evaluation.
TUESDAY, SEPT. 25
Yep, That's Pretty Disorderly
Tiffany Jean Conner, 23, of the 720 block of Moraine Terrance, Schererville, Ind., was charged with assault and disorderly conduct after police received a call from residents in the 14500 block of S. Keystone Avenue.
At the scene, police found Conner yelling at the victim, stating, “Come out of the house, I'll kill you, I'll beat your [expletive],” from the front lawn of the home. Officers took Conner into custody and transported her to the Midlothian Police Department, where she was charged.
Conner submitted to a portable breath test at the station, blowing a .152. She was processed and released after posting $120 cash.
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