Police Blotter: Teens Nabbed on Suspicion of Drinking, Doing Drugs and 'Suspicious Biking'

Mokena Police Reports, June 15-16


Underage Drinking Arrest

Police on patrol in the 19300 block of 104th Avenue saw a 16-year-old male walking near the Metra tracks around 11:45 p.m. While taking the teen to the station going to the station for the curfew violation, the officer smelled alcohol on the boy's breath. The teen, whose name was not released due to his age, was cited for illegal consumption of alcohol by a minor, underage possession of tobacco, trespassing on railroad property and violation of curfew. He was released to his parents and is due in local court in Frankfort on July 11.

Drug Paraphernalia

Theodore C. Fellios, 17, of the 19300 block of Union in Mokena, was cited for trespassing on Metra property and possession of drug paraphernalia after police on patrol in the 19300 block of 104th Avenue saw a suspicious person crossing the nearby Metra tracks at around 2:10 a.m. While booking Fellios, the officer found what the report described as a "glass bong" with the odor of burnt cannabis, police said. Fellios was released on an I-bond pending a July 11 Frankfort court date.


Criminal Damage

Police were called to the Mokena Park District building at 10925 W. LaPorte Rd. after an employee discovered that a window had been broken. According to the report, the incident happened between June 14 at 5 p.m. and 6 a.m. on June 15.

Suspicious Biking

Mackenzie T. Stevens, 18, of the 11500 block of Kluth Drive in Mokena, was cited for possession of drug equipment. According to the report, an officer on patrol in the 11700 block of South Brightway saw Stevens riding a bike. When the officer approached, Stevens hid behind a parked tow truck. The officer saw a glass pipe in Stevens' front sweatshirt pocket, police said. Stevens was issued a MOVE citation pending local court.

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