After Tailing Cop, Woman Charged With DUI
She was following at an unsafe distance, then weaved across the line into an oncoming traffic line. An arrest is merely an accusation, not evidence of a conviction.
Tori Salter, 21, of Chicago was charged with DUI on Sept. 12 just before 2:20 a.m. after a police officer observed a car without headights on driving on Milwaukee Avenue. The driver then turned the headlights on and followed the squad car at an unsafe distance, police said, as the officer turned left onto Touhy Avenue and right onto Harlem Avenue. On Harlem, the driver passed the police car while breaking the lane lines into opposing traffic, according to the report. Police said Salter showed impairment on field sobriety tests and had an odor of alcohol on her breath. Her court date is Oct. 3 in the Skokie branch of the Cook County courts.
Bakery carts worth $3,200 stolen
An employee of a restaurant in the 8500 block of Dempster reported on Sept. 11 at about 11:30 a.m. that at the end of the previous day, three pie transport carts had been placed in a fenced-in enclosure behind the building, and a fourth was added in the evening. The carts are used to transport pies from a bakery in Oak Forest. On the morning of Sept. 11, the victim noticed the carts were missing, and had not been taken by the victim (the bakery in Oak Forest). The value of the carts is $3,200.
Information is taken from Niles Police Department reports.