Car Crash at L-W North: Will County Police Blotter

Will County Sheriff's Office reports, Dec. 26-28 • Scrap Metal and Aluminum Rims Stolen • Vandals Replace Gasoline with Bleach • Car Crash at L-W North.


Scrap Metal and Aluminum Rims Stolen

Unknown persons broke into a storage container and stole scrap metal and four aluminum rims between Dec. 16 and Dec. 19 on the 22000 block of S. 80th Avenue in Frankfort.

Vandals Replace Gasoline with Bleach

Unknown persons punctured two tires on a work vehicle on the 20000 block of S. Frankfort Square Road in Frankfort. The offenders also poured bleach into the vehicle’s gas tank and poured bleach into a Ford Edge at the same location.


Car Crash at L-W North

Security personnel at about 1 a.m. at Lincoln-Way North High School on the 19900 block of S. Harlem Avenue in Frankfort observed a white vehicle crash into the school’s parking lot security gate. The vehicle then proceeded to drive around the school and exit on the south side of the school, heading down Harlem Avenue. Two 20-foot sections of the gate were bent.

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dale evans January 07, 2013 at 07:38 PM
The bleach one sounds personal. Money or love ?


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