Wanted Man Turns Himself In: Mokena Police Blotter
Mokena Police Department reports, Jan. 25-29 • Wanted Man Turns Himself In • Identity Theft.
FRIDAY, JAN. 25
Wanted Man Turns Himself In
David W. Pollis Jr., 24, of the 18700 block of S. Tammy Drive, was arrested at 3:33 p.m. on the 10900 block of Front Street on an in-state warrant. Pollis turned himself in to the Mokena Police Department and posted $2,075 in cash as bond. Police issued a bond sheet and released him, pending a Feb. 26 court date in Joliet.
TUESDAY, JAN. 29
A case of identity theft was reported to Mokena police at 3:17 p.m. at the 19900 block of Golden Oak Lane. The victim told police that in 2010 someone had used his social security number to open a fraudulent account with Dish Network. He said that he was told by Dish Network in 2010 that the matter bad been cleared up, but that he then received a phone call from a collection agency in August 2012 stating that he owed the company $667. The victim has been in contact with Dish Network in attempts to resolve the matter.
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