THURSDAY, AUG. 2
Kyle W. West, 20, of the 860 block of St. Andrews Way, Frankfort, was charged with delivery of cannabis over 30 grams, possession of cannabis over 30 gras, possession of drug equipment and no valid registration, after police stopped West for his car's expired registration tags in the 10600 block of W. La Porte Road at 10:47 p.m.
West told officers during the stop that he did have “weed” in the car, of which officers recovered more than 170g in various amounts and containers. Officers also found a glass pipe and digital scale in the West's car as well.
West was taken to the Mokena Police Department and then to the Will County Adult Detention Facility to await his bond hearing.
A Real Smash and Grab
At 5:03 a.m. police were called to the Mobil Gas Station at 19301 S. La Grange Road, where he noted the front door was smashed in. After checking for any suspects, the officer called in the suspected burglary.
After securing the scene, the officer and a store clerk watched the surveillance tape from the previous night. The tape showed a masked individual break down the door with a sledgehammer, go behind the counter, remove an envelope containing cash, several rolls of coins and numerous cartons of cigarettes.
The scene was processed and the owner of the Mobil stated that $318 in total was taken, along with 123 cartons of cigarettes. There are no suspects.
A Stone's Throw to Locked Away
Issa Ibrahim Arab, 41, of the 8300 block of W. 160th Street in Tinley Park, was charged with domestic battery after reportedly slapping his wife in the forehead and throwing rocks at her.
Arab's wife filed a report with Tinley Park police, stating that during a confrontation near Arab's semi-truck at 7 a.m., the two began arguing and Arab slapped her and threw rocks at her, along with breaking the rear window of her car with a rock. Arab told police that both parties were throwing rocks at each other. Arab was parked at 8450 W. 191st Street,
Police took Arab into custody, where he was charged and then transported to the Will County Adult Detention Facility.
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