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10/26/2019, 1544 hrs, Pfeiffer @ Laraway, DUI/ACCIDENT, TIMOTHY B CAREY, age 54, 8421 W Blackthorne Wy, Frankfort, IL, Citations issued for Failure to yield stop sign; DUI and bac over .08, Released on bond; court date 12-3-19

 

11/2/2019, 1545 hrs, 8500 blk Stone Creek Blvd, MOTOR VEHICLE THEFT, , Report of unsecured vehicle stolen from residential driveway
UPDATE: 11-11-19 VEHICLE RECOVERED

 

11/5/2019, 1141 hrs, 20600 blk Lincoln Way Ln, WARRANT, GRIFFIN K TAYLOR, age 20, 1116 E Delite Inn Rd, Beecher, IL, Outstanding Will County warrant served, Released on bond; court date 12-05-19

 

11/11/2019, 2015 hrs, 21800 blk Cappel Ln, BURGLARY TO MOTOR VEHICLE, Report of entry made to unsecured vehicle; misc items taken

 

11/12/2019, 0715 hrs, 21500 blk English Cr, CRIMINAL TRESPASS TO VEHICLE,  , Report of entry to unsecured vehicle; noting reported missing

 

11/12/2019, 0700 hrs, 8500 blk Farmview Dr, CRIMINAL TRESPASS TO VEHICLE, , Report of entry to unsecured vehicle; noting reported missing

 

 





 

On 11/6/19 the Frankfort Police Department received a delayed report of a battery incident on the Old Plank Road Trail.  The victim related around 9:45 a.m. she observed an unknown black male wearing a red and grey tight shirt, black spandex pants, and a stocking cap on the trail near the east side of the LaGrange Road bridge.  Upon heading back east on the trail near the pond at Prairie Park she observed the same unknown male ahead of her on the path.  As the victim passed the Indian Boundary passage, the offender emerged, grabbed her buttocks and ran away through the Indian Boundary Park.  The victim described the offender as being male black, 5’6’’-5’10’’, with an athletic build.  The suspect description is similar to a previous incident reported to the Frankfort Police on 10/23/19.  We ask our residents and community members to contact the police immediately if you observe any suspicious incident, vehicle, or person.  The Frankfort Police Department is investigating this incident and will continue to conduct trail safety checks as always.  For more information on trail and personal safety tips, go to www.frankfortpolice.net and review our November Frankfort Police Newsletter.

 



 


 


Frankfort Police is again reminding residents to lock vehicle doors and remove valuables when possible.  This is the best way to avoid being a victim of a car burglary or theft.  Please NEVER leave your keys or key fobs in your car.  Also - remember to closed your garage doors at night!!   We ask that if you see anything out of the ordinary or hear anything, such as a car door shutting or a dog barking at an unusual time, call the 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 police.