WEDNESDAY, JULY 18
Police were called by South Holland police about a man wanted on an Orland Park warrant in their custody around 1:30 p.m. Eric J. Neumann, 27, of the 200 block of Haven Avenue in New Lenox, was arrested on a warrant for resisting a peace officer.
TUESDAY, JULY 17
A woman came to the Orland Park Police Department to report a domestic battery. She told officers that around 12:15 p.m. on the same day she was arguing with a man, and during the argument he had pushed her, according to the report. Two witnesses gave police a similar recollection of what happened, police said. The man also came to the police station, though his testimony was redacted in the released report. Anthony T. Wise, 42, of the 14100 block of Trenton Avenue in Orland Park, was charged with domestic battery.
SATURDAY, JULY 14
Police were called about a domestic dispute on Huntington Court around 10:50 p.m. A man said another man had damaged windows on his car using a landscaping brick, police said. The officer found a landscaping brick inside a car with a damaged windshield, as well as damaged driver’s side windows, according to the report. Jeffery G. Camper, Jr. 19, of the 15200 block of Huntington Court in Orland Park, was charged with criminal damage to property.
FRIDAY, JULY 13
Pen and Pills
Police pulled over a car after seeing swerve twice into the oncoming traffic lane, and following a car too closely, in the 10400 block of 167th Street around 3:50 p.m. Officers searched the car and found a pen casing with a white powdery residue on it, as well as seven-and-a-half prescription pills in two small cellophane baggies, police said. The driver admitted to using the pen casing previously for snorting crushed up pills, though not before driving that day, according to the report. Erica L. Fugate, 31, of the 17100 block of Overhill Avenue in Tinley Park, was charged with possession of a controlled substance and possession of drug paraphernalia.
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