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The next objects had been taken from Morton Grove Police Department studies and releases. An arrest doesn’t constitute a discovering of guilt.
A 44-year-venerable Morton Grove man was ticketed for disorderly habits on Oct. 26 after workers at Tommy’s Tavern and Restaurant, 9005 Waukegan Street, accused him of knocking over condiment bottles, spilling drinks and arguing with group, police acknowledged. In accordance to police, the man claimed he had been overcharged on his bar tab and admitted he was upset, but denied any wrongdoing.
Thomas Whitehead, 52, of the 2100 block of Dewey, Evanston, was charged with retail theft on Oct. 31 after he allegedly stole objects from CVS, 5945 W. Dempster St., police acknowledged. He was given a Nov. 16 court docket date.
David O. Majek, 24, of the 5000 block of Church Avenue, Skokie, was charged with using beneath the influence of alcohol on Oct. 28 after he was found out asleep behind the wheel on the 6000 block of Dempster Avenue, police acknowledged. He was given a Nov. 29 court docket date.
Jocelyn A. Garcia, 23, of the 3400 block of Cicero Ave., Chicago, was charged with using beneath the influence of alcohol on Oct. 31 following a smash with accidents on the 9500 block of Waukegan Street, police acknowledged. She was given a Dec. 22 court docket date.
Donald B. Horn, 44, of the 17000 block of Henry, Lansing, was charged with possession of a managed substance and using with a revoked license on Oct. 30 whereas officers had been investigating a suspicious automobile within the set up of living of Dempster Avenue and Harlem Avenue, police acknowledged.
The driver’s aspect window of a automobile was broken and three televisions had been stolen whereas it was parked on the 8600 block of Waukegan Street on Oct. 27, police acknowledged.
Catalytic converters had been reported stolen Nov. 2 from 14 vehicles belonging to U-Haul Sharp and Storage, 9009 Waukegan Street.
Catalytic converters had been reported stolen Oct. 31 from a automobile parked on the 7900 block of Beckwith Street; Nov. 1 from a automobile parked on the 5700 block of Reba Avenue; and Nov. 2 from a automobile parked on the 6600 block of Demspter Avenue.