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MoGro Blotter: Lifted Alcohol, Stolen Garbage Can

An arrest is merely an accusation and does not constitute evidence of a conviction.

 

Arrests

Javier, Castrejon, 24, and Jason Khim, 24, both of Chicago, were arrested by police on Aug. 1 in the 8700 block of Waukegan Rd. Police first made a traffic stop and discovered cannabis in the vehicle the two subjects were driving in, which was packaged for sale.  Both Castrejon and Khim were charged with possession of controlled substance and posssession of cannabis with intent to deliver. A court date is scheduled for Sept. 4. 

Leslie Robinson, 25, of Rockford, was stopped by police for a traffic violation on Aug. 2 in the 6900 block of Dempster and was charged with driving on a suspended driver's license. Robinson's court date is scheduled for Sept. 19. 

Andre J. Hertzog, 28 and Nicole Bramer, 27, both of St. Paul, MN. were arrested Aug. 3 in the 9100 block of Waukegan Rd. when police were investigating a possible kidnapping.  During the encounter, police discovered prescription pills and cannabis in their possession, and both were charged with possession of a controlled substance. Hertzog's court date is scheduled for Aug. 15 and an Aug. 22 court date is scheduled for Bramer.   

Dawn M. Yunker, 45, of Des Plaines was charged with retail theft on Aug. 4 in the 6900 block of Dempster after concealing 10 bottles of alcohol and leaving the establishment without paying for the items. Yunker's court date is scheduled for Aug. 15. 

James Chavara, 61, of Niles was involved in an accident on Aug. 4 at Shermer and Dempster and police determined he was driving under the influence of alcohol. He was charged with DUI and his court date is scheduled for Sept. 20. 

Samuel Yim, 23, of Palatine was stopped for traffic violations and charged with driving under the influence of alcohol on Aug. 5 in the 6700 block of Dempster. Yim's court date is scheduled for Sept. 4. 

Tai Tran, 49, of Morton Grove was charged with retail theft on Aug. 6 in the 6300 block of Oakton. Tran reportedly concealed hex bits and left the establishment without paying for the items. No court date was provided by police. 

Marcelo Bendera-Ortiz, 34 of Glenview and Mirella Bendera, 28 of Des Plaines, were involved in a hit-and-run accident Aug. 7 in the 8500 block of Morton. Police found that Bendera-Ortiz was involved in a traffic accident and did not have a valid license. Then Bendera obstructed justice by telling investigators that she was instead driving the vehicle during the accident. Bendera-Ortiz was charged with no valid driver's license and for involvement in the hit-and-run accident. Bendera was charged with obstructing justice, and a court date is scheduled for Sept. 24. 

Paul Roberts, 26, of Chicago was stopped for a traffic violation on Aug. 8 in the 6900 block of Dempster, when police discovered he did not have a valid driver's license. Cannabis was also found on Roberts' person and he was charged with possession of cannabis and driving without a valid driver's license. A court date is scheduled for Sept. 4. 

Miscellaneous

Theft

An unknown offender stole a victim's lawnmower from his backyard in teh 5400 block of Main on Aug. 2. 

An unknown offender stole a victim's garbage cans located near the home in the 5500 block of Dempster on Aug. 3. 

An unknown offender stole a victim's bicycle that was chained at the train station on Aug. 8 in the 8500 block of Lehigh. 

Telephone Harassment

A victim reported to police on Aug. 7 that numerous phone calls have been received where the caller is silent on the other line. 

The KFC restaurant reported to police they received a number of phone calls from an unknown offender who complained about his food.  The offender later threatened to come to the restaurant and shoot the employees. 

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