Police Report – July 30, 2007

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The Park Forest Police Station. (Photo: Wendy Heise)

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The outer pane of a window was reported broken when police were dispatched to the 200 Block of Farragut July 28 to investigate a report of criminal damage to property.

A purple mountain bike was reported stolen July 26 from the 400 block of Lakewood Boulevard.

On July 26, police observed three subjects enter a new construction site on Victoria Circle. Police made contact with the subjects, and informed them they were trespassing. While attempting to identify the subjects, one began running south east of the location, and the remaining two later followed running east. Police were able to locate two of the suspects, identified as Walter L. Wymbs, 19, of 3316 Western Avenue in Park Forest, and Daniel R. Chandler, 17, of 44 Hemlock Street in Park Forest. Both suspects were placed under arrest and charged with resisting a peace officer.

A rear door window was reported shattered July 24 when police were dispatched to the 0 – 100 block of Indianwood to investigate a report of criminal damage to property.

A juvenile was placed under arrest and charged with domestic battery and aggravated assault when police were dispatched to the 200 block of Allegheny Street to investigate a potential domestic disturbance.

Police arrested Jasmen Allen, 18, of 235 Arcadia in Park Forest when police were dispatched to the 200 block of Allegheny Street to investigate a report of an unwanted subject. Allen was charged with criminal trespass to residence.

A blue bill-fold style wallet, $40 in cash, and a TCF Bank debit card were reported stolen from an unlocked motor vehicle at the 300 block of Marquette July 24.

Police arrested a suspect during a traffic stop during a traffic stop when the car he was driving allegedly had an excessively loud muffler July 25 on North Street. During the stop, the driver, Ibidap O. Dada, 24, of 1800 Huntington in Hoffman Estates, was found to not have a valid driver’s license. While checking the interior of the vehicle, police located a small Ziploc bag of suspected cannabis. The bag was later tested and proven to be cannabis. Dada was charged with having an excessively loud muffler, driving with license suspended, and possession of cannabis.

A Wallet, $200 in cash and several DVD’s were reported stolen from a vehicle on the 300 block of Marquette when police were dispatched to investigate a report of burglary from a motor vehicle July 24.

On July 26, police were dispatched to a disturbance at the Park Forest village hall. Upon arrival, police witnessed several large groups arguing in the area of Main Street at the Aunt Martha’s Talent Show. Police spoke with a witness, who stated they witnessed a subject allegedly fighting with several other subjects. They also witnessed the subject allegedly throwing metal legs from the tents at spectators of the talent show. The suspect, identified as Jeremy C. Black, 17, of 3125 East 131st Street in Chicago was placed under arrest and charged with disorderly conduct.

On July 28, police were dispatched to the area of 44 Ash in reference to a disturbance. Upon arrival, police observed 4 subjects in the common area east of 44 Ash on the ground fighting. Officers identified the subjects as Jerri Wilkes, 25, of 6110 Roosevelt Road, Tachanda Gines, 30, of 304 Miami in Park Forest, Tammi Propst, 26, of 1050 Harrison in Dyer, Indiana, and Andrea Adamore, 24, of 304 Miami in Park Forest. Officers attempted to question the above subjects about the nature of the disturbance, but they allegedly continued to yell at high volumes at each other despite officer’s requests, according to the report. All subjects were advised they were under arrest and charged with obstructing a peace officer. All subjects were handcuffed and transported to the police department. All subjects were issued a copy of the citation and were released.