Teens Hit Man in Face with Brick: Police Blotter
Chicago Heights police reports, Oct. 1.
MONDAY, OCT. 1
A 23-year-old Crete man told police he was stopped at the traffic light where Chicago Road intersects with 16th Street when he noticed a gold Oldsmobile Aurora next to him at the light. There were four teenagers inside the car, according to the report. One of the teens threw a brick at the man's car, striking the driver's side window, shattering it and hitting the man on the left side of his face. The teens then turned left at the intersection. The man had scratches on his face but refused medical attention.
Two Chicago Heights women told police they were house-sitting another woman's Hanover Street home for a few days while she was out of town. The absent resident's neighbor came down the stairs appearing highly intoxicated and began yelling at the two house-sitters, accusing them of entering her apartment without consent, according to the report. One of the women tried to close the front door to the apartment as the neighbor was yelling, but the angry woman wanted to be heard and forced the door open, causing damage to the door. The woman yelled a little more before leaving the area, according to the report.
Antoinette M. Davis, 48, of the 1300 block of Mason Court, was arrested and charged with drinking on the public way after police saw her drinking a 40 ounce bottle of Natural Ice near the intersection of Halsted Street and Independence Road, according to the report. The beer was tagged into evidence.
An 18-year-old Markham woman told police sometime between Sept. 17 and Sept. 18 an unknown person made nine transactions on her debit card without her knowledge or consent. The charges totaled more than $500, according to the report.
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