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2/15/2020, 22:50 HRS, DUI, , MICHAEL J UTERMARK, age 54, 24335 S Pine Ridge Dr West, Monee, IL, Citations issued for Speeding, DUI, Improper Lane Usage and bac over .08, Released on bond; court date 03-06-20

2/16/2020, 0115 HRS, LaGrange @ St Francis Rd, DUI, ENRIQUE CINTORA, age 24, 3655 153rd Pl, Midlothian, IL, Citations issued for DUI, failure to reduce speed to avoid accident, Improper lane usage and Unlawful Use of Weapon, Released on bond: court date 03-03-20


2/18/2020, 1445 hrs, 9500 blk Lincoln Hwy, TRAFFIC, LAVELLE D FAULKNER, age 36, 16155 Marshfield Ave, Markham, IL, Citations issued for driving while license revoked, Released on bond; court date 3/4/20




Frankfort Police have been made aware of several pieces of hate propaganda that were located in the Village of Frankfort this afternoon.  This propaganda was dispersed in plastic bags dropped on driveways.  Over the last several months other southwest suburban areas have experienced similar incidents where these types of materials were distributed in a similar fashion.
 Although these may not be criminal acts, the Village of Frankfort does not support offensive materials, language, or propaganda that targets or disparages any ethnic, racial, gender, social or religious group.
If you locate any additional letters, or can provide any other information please contact the Frankfort Police Department at 815-469-9435.

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.