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Frankfort Police Blotter

5/15/2020, 2204 hrs, 9700 blk Lincoln Hwy, DUI, PRINCE HARDAWAY, age 52, 655 Hirsch Ave, Calumet City, IL, Citations issued for driving while license suspended; DUI; illegal transportation of alcohol, Released on bond; court date 06-30-20

 

5/19/2020, 1930 hrs, 21900 blk Emily Ln, CRIMINAL TRESPASS TO VEHICLE, , Report of entry made to unsecured vehicle; nothing reported missing

 

5/20/2020, 0430 hrs, 22100 blk Clary Sage Dr, BURGLARY TO MOTOR VEHICLE,  Report of entry to unsecured vehicle and misc items missing

 

5/21/2020, 1040 hrs, 10500 blk Williamsburg Tr, BURGLARY TO MOTOR VEHICLE,  Report of entry to unsecured vehicle and misc items stolen

 

5/21/2020, 0200 hrs, 10700 blk Williamsburg Tr, BURGLARY TO MOTOR VEHICLE,  Report of entry to unsecured vehicle; misc. items taken

 

5/21/2020, 1155 hrs, 22600 blk Nature Creek Cr, BURGLARY TO MOTOR VEHICLE,  Report of entry to unsecured vehicle; misc. items taken

 

5/24/2020, 0350 hrs, 11000 blk Lincoln Hwy, WARRANT ARREST, NATHANIEL A PAUL, age 18, 103 Clement St, Joliet, IL, Citation issued for no valid drivers license; Outstanding Georgia warrant served, Released on bond

 

5/25/2020, 2000 hrs, 7200 blk Lincoln Hwy, THEFT/OBSTRUCTION OF JUSTICE, 2 OFFENDERS, , , , , 1 - KEVIN R NEWSOM, age 44, 16615 Honore Ave., Markham, IL felony charges of burglary and retail theft;
#2 - LAURA C QUILLINAN,14225 s Pulaski Rd., Crestwood, IL misdemeanor charge of Obstructing Justice
, Transported to Will County Jail

 

5/26/2020, 1830 hrs, 100 blk Sycamore Ln, CRIMINAL TRESPASS TO VEHICLE,  Report of entry to unsecured vehicle; nothing reported missing

 

5/26/2020, 1745 hrs, 22700 blk Stanford, CRIMINAL TRESPASS TO VEHICLE, , , , , , , ,  Report of entry to unsecured vehicle; nothing reported missing

 

 

 



Advisory: Burglaries to Motor Vehicles posted 5-22-20


Frankfort and surrounding communities have seen an increase in burglaries to motor vehicles in both daytime and evening hours.  Yesterday, surrounding towns experienced several motor vehicle thefts. You should NEVER leave your keys or key fobs in your car even when parked in garages and ALWAYS lock your doors. Frankfort Police would like to remind residents to not leave valuables in their vehicle, or at a minimum, move them from plain view.  We ask that if you see something suspicious, anything out of the ordinary or hear anything, such as a car door shutting or a dog barking at an unusual time, call Frankfort Police Department immediately at 911 (emergency) or 815-485-2500 (non-emergency).  

Working with the community is the best way for you to help us to stop crime. Remember “Lock it or Lose it!!” and if you “See (or hear) Something, Say Something”, and call the police.