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Orland Park Police Blotter: Hot Shorts, Warrant Arrests and Stuffed Bags

Orland Park police reports: Feb. 28-April 5

THURSDAY, APRIL 5

Warrant Arrest

Police picked up a man wanted on two Orland Park warrants from a Chicago Police Department station in Morgan Park around 8:10 a.m. Alton D. Harrison, 56, of the 9000 block of Carpenter Street in Chicago, was arrested on two unspecified Orland Park warrants.

TUESDAY, APRIL 3

Shorts Walk

Police were called about a retail theft at Carson Pirie Scott around 7 p.m. Security said a man was seen taking pairs of shorts into the dressing, and then returning fewer pairs onto the display rack than he brought in, according to the report. The man then left the store without paying, and was caught after driving away while in the 15600 block of 108th Avenue, police said. The shorts are worth $159, according to the report. Daniel T. Wilson, 28, of the 100 block of Pottawatomie Lane in New Lenox, was charged with retail theft.

MONDAY, APRIL 2

Warrant Arrest

Police pulled over a vehicle for speeding in the 10200 block of 143rd Street around 8:45 p.m. Three active warrants were found for the driver’s arrest, police said. David L. Cullina, 32, of the 12000 block of Locust Street in Brighton, Colorado, was arrested on two warrants for driving with a suspended license and one warrant for driving under the influence.

TUESDAY, FEB 28

Bag Ruse

Police pulled over a car with a woman and girl inside who are suspected of a retail theft at Gilly Hicks around 2:40 p.m. Security said the saw the woman and girl take items and place them into a bag and a purse before leaving the store without paying, according to the report. Both the bag and purse were lined with aluminum foil to prevent setting off security detectors, according to the report. The items are worth $137.70, according to the report. Patricia M. Rigsby, 21, of the 8200 block of Ingleside Avenue in Chicago, was charged with retail theft.

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