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Orland Park Police Blotter: Retail Theft Using A Baby Stroller

Orland Park police reports Aug. 25-Aug. 31

FRIDAY, Aug. 31

Retail Theft

Police said Domanique Taylor, 24, of Glenwood, was charged with retail theft about 1:40 p.m. after store security saw her place $185.56 worth of items in a baby stroller and leave Old Navy at Orland Park Place mall without paying. Police said they also found stolen items from Victoria Secret, Macy's and H&M in her car. Police said she was taken to Palos Community Hospital after she started making suicide threats in the police lockup.

SATURDAY, Aug. 25

Retail Theft

Three sisters from Chicago were arrested for retail theft after they were stopped by police about 5 p.m. for stealing clothes from Old Navy at Orland Park Place mall, police said. According to reports, Umi Brooks, 23, Amina Brooks, 22, and Ashanti Brooks, 25, all of same address in Chicago, were each charged with retail theft after store security saw them leave the store with clothes without paying. Police said the women were stopped after leaving a nearby Staples and were found with school supplies concealed in purses. After being stopped, the women tried to hide the clothes in the trunk and then offered to pay for the clothes, police said. Staples refused to press charges for the school supplies.

FRIDAY, Aug. 31

Retail Theft

Police said Peter Pasternak, 43, of Crown Point, Ind., was charged about 1:30 p.m. with retail theft after he obtained a gift card from Sears after he took $355 worth of merchandise from store shelves and asked a clerk for a refund.

SATURDAY, Aug. 25

Retail Theft

A Chicago woman was arrested for retail theft about 7:45 p.m. after Sears store security watched her take one shopping bag and clothes from a display rack into a fitting room and emerge with two shopping bags and then watched her repeat the process with the two bags and emerge with four shopping bags, police said. Police reports said Lisette Carrillo, 27, of the 4500 block of Spaulding in Chicago, was charged with retail theft, and scissors, wire cutters and a screwdriver were confiscated.

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Arthur Huff September 14, 2012 at 07:43 PM
Always nice to have such wonderful people visiting our community every day to steal from our stores. I wonder how many don't get caught. A few? Dozens? Hundreds?

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