FRIDAY, AUG. 17
A Chicago woman and a teenager were arrested after taking items without paying from the Old Navy store at Orland Park Place mall. Police said Clarrissa Chanel Davis, 27, of the 5800 block of Wabash, was charged with retail theft and obstructing police when she was stopped after taking a shirt without paying from Old Navy about 3 p.m. and putting it into her car. Police said security from Old Navy met them and said the women had entered a nearby store. When they came out, police stopped them and searched her vehicle. They discovered eight items worth $103.26 that the teenager had put into a bag and took without paying and a shirt worth $14.50 that Davis said she had placed under her shirt and took without paying. Both women were discovered to have given police phony names upon their arrest. The teenager was turned over to her mother and assigned to juvenile court.
SATURDAY, AUG. 11
A Matteson woman was arrested for retail theft after being seen on camera taking merchandise without paying from the Nordstrom store. Police said Aliyah Ray, 18, of the first block of Manor Drive, was charged with retail theft after she and a juvenile were spotted taking merchandise racks and concealing it in bags. Ray was also charged with obstructing police for at first giving them a phony name. The juvenile was released but banned from Nordstrom for two years.
SATURDAY, AUG. 18
Retail Theft and Warrant Arrest
A Chicago woman was arrested for trying to falsely return items at J.C. Penney and for being wanted on a $20,000 warrant. Police said Katrina Peppers, 49, of the 1400 block of Marquette Road, was charged with retail theft after store security said they saw her try to get a refund for items she took off the shelves. She also found to be wanted on $20,000 warrant issued July 17.
MONDAY, AUG. 20
Two Oak Lawn men and a juvenile were arrested after they were discovered swimming after hours in the Centennial Park pool. Police said they discovered Daniel Kendryna, 18, and Juan Serna, 19, and a juvenile swimming in the pool just after midnight. The men tripped a silent alarm, police said. All three were charged with criminal trespass.
TUESDAY, AUG. 21
A Chicago woman was arrested for retail theft after taking merchandise worth $390 from J.C. Penney at Orland Square Mall. Police said Cassandra Williams, 18, of the 9000 block of Morgan, was charged with retail theft after store security stopped her for taking six dresses without paying.
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