Police Blotter: Orland Man Not So Nice He Was Kicked Out of Bar Twice

Mokena Police reports, Aug. 28-Sept. 3 • Teen Runs Red Light, Charged With Underage Drinking.


Underage Drinker Runs Red Light

Luke D. Vaicaitis, 19, of the 8800 block of Clifton Way, was charged with underage drinking, possession of drug equipment, disobeying a traffic control signal and driving without insurance after a traffic stop near LaGrange Road and 191st Street.

An officer saw Vaicaitis make a right turn at a red light without stopping at the intersection of La Grange Road and 191st Street at 11:48 p.m. and subsequently pulled him over, the report stated. Vaicaitis gave the officer his driver's license but could not produce proof of insurance. The officer smelled alcohol on Vaicaitis's breath and noticed he had glassy, bloodshot eyes.

Vaicaitis failed two field sobriety tests and was taken in to custody, the report stated. Two smoking pipes with burnt residue suspected to be cannabis were found in the center console of his car when police searched it before having it towed.

Vaicaitis's next court date is Oct. 12.



Orland Park Man Kicked Out of Same Bar Twice, Arrested for Trespassing

Yahia M. Jaber, 24, of the 17200 block of Highwood Drive on Orland Park, was arrested and charged with criminal trespass to property and disorderly conduct at  after being escorted out of the establishment twice. 

The bar's manager called police at 11:21 p.m. after security removed Jaber and a friend after they caused a disturbance with the other patrons, the police report stated. The two men were initially taken out through the front entrance, but they re-entered through the back door near the beer garden, the report stated.

Jaber and his friend were in 191 South's parking lot when police arrived, and the manager told officers that the second man was trying to keep Jaber, whom he called the main offender, under control, according to the report. The manager only wanted to sign a complaint against Jaber, and he was arrested.

According to the report, Jaber was highly intoxicated at the time and told police that the only reason he had been kicked out of the bar was because he was talking to a particular girl.

Jaber was released $1,000 bond, and his next court date is Sept. 2.

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