Woman Charged With Criminal Trespass: Mokena Police Blotter
Mokena Police Department reports, Jan. 22-23 • Online Credit Card Fraud • Woman Charged With Criminal Trespass.
Editor's note: This article was revised after publication.
TUESDAY, JAN. 22
Online Credit Card Fraud
A case of credit card fraud was reported to the Mokena Police Department at 12:40 p.m. on the 19100 block of Crescent Drive. The victim told police that her debit card was used to make several online purchases without her authorization between Jan. 17-19.
WEDNESDAY, JAN. 23
Woman Charged With Criminal Trespass
Trina V. Hodges, 41, of the 10700 block of S. Keeler Avenue in Oak Lawn, was charged with criminal trespass after an incident at 2:53 p.m. on the 19500 block of 116th Avenue.
An officer was dispatched to a residence following reports of a person refusing to leave. The homeowner told the reporting officer that Hodges had been allowed to stay at the residence for three days. When the homeowner asked Hodges to leave, she refused, according to police reports.
Police spoke to Hodges, but reports say that she refused to move or speak. The officer escorted her from the residence to the front porch. When he told Hodges she had to leave the porch, she refused.
The officer placed Hodges under arrest. At the Mokena Police Department, she refused to sign a recognizance bond. She was released on the bond she refused to sign pending a March 11 court date.
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