Monday, November 5, 2012
A Channahon woman was taken into custody by the Shorewood police.
A wanted woman from Channahon was apprehended in Shorewood by Shorewood police officers, the Shorewood police said. Jennifer Misiurewicz, 38, of 24231 Cree Drive was taken into custody shortly before 8 p.m. Tuesday at 950 Brookforest Ave. Misiurewicz was arrested on two Will County warrants charging her with driving under the influence. Misiurewicz was released after posting bond.
Friday, October 5, 2012
A registered sex offender tried hiding out in a crawlspace but came out when a police dog was called in, the cops said
A registered sex offender knew the cops were onto him for molesting a child and was about to leave town, but instead hid out in a crawlspace when the law showed up at his door, police said. James Robinson, 34, of 1023 Arthur Ave. was captured and jailed on three counts of predatory criminal sexual assault of a child after he emerged from the crawlspace about 3 p.m. Thursday, police said. Joliet police Detective Tizoc Landeros said Robinson sexually assaulted his 10-year-old stepdaughter. He allegedly attacked the girl while her mother was away. Robinson is a registered sex offender. He was reportedly found guilty of aggravated criminal sexual assault in 2001. Landeros said police learned on Thursday that Robinson was planning on making a …
Part of a Naperville teen's bond for a child pornography charge is going to pay for a sex offender evaluation.
A Naperville teen charged with possessing child pornography had his bond reduced so some of the money can be used to pay for a sex offender evaluation. The $100,000 bond for 18-year-old Christopher Colon was dropped to $92,000 by Judge Edward Burmila during a brief court hearing Thursday morning. Colon only had to pay $10,000 cash of the $100,000 for his release. His attorney will be sent $800 by the county and it will be used for the evaluation. Colon posted the $10,000 two days after he was taken into custody and locked up at the Will County jail in July 2011. Colon was 17 at the time of his arrest. The Naperville police collared him at his Cedar Glade Drive home. Police also seized computer equipment during their investigation, …
Thursday, October 4, 2012
A man allegedly kicked down his ex-girlfriend's Evergreen Terrace apartment door and battered her throughout a night.
A 19-year-old woman survived a night of brutality at the hands of her ex-boyfriend after he kicked down the door of her Evergreen Terrace apartment, police said. Officers apprehended the woman's alleged attacker the next day as he was standing around outside the near west side apartment complex where they both live. Mark Patton, 21, of 358 N. Broadway was charged with home invasion and domestic battery in connection with the alleged 7:30 p.m. Tuesday attack. Get all the latest Joliet news in your inbox every morning. Sign up for our free daily newsletter. Patton's former girlfriend reportedly told police that after Patton kicked down her door, he proceeded to punch her about the face and body. He then kept her captive throughout the night …
Tuesday, October 2, 2012
But he was really just returning a BB gun he bought a little while earlier.
Panicked shoppers alerted Joliet police to a man stuffing a black pistol into his back pocket and striding into the Louis Joliet Mall, but it turned out he was just packing a BB gun he bought earlier and wanted to return. Still, walking around with a black BB gun in your back pocket is enough to get you arrested, even if you don't happen to have five small bags of marijuana in another pants pocket, not to mention that warrant. And that's exactly what the police say 23-year-old Denver resident Maurice Stansberry had on him during his Monday afternoon trip to the mall, police said. Stansberry's trouble started when he bought the BB gun from the MC Sports in the mall about 1 p.m. Monday. Rethinking the purchase, Stansberry decided to return …
The Shorewood police say they caught a man with a warrant.
A the Shorewood cops collared a wanted man during a Sept. 23 traffic stop, police said. Jacob Gajcak, 19, of 712 Dover Way was taken into custody abotu 2:45 p.m. near the corner of Black and Essington roads. Gajcak was taken into custody on a Will County warrant charging him with damaging property. Gajcak was released after posting bond.
Monday, October 1, 2012
A Joliet woman allegedly called the cops so many times that they finally showed up at her house to arrest her.
The woman who cried "car theft" ended up in jail for calling the cops one—or maybe 10—too many times, police said. Lymari Torres, 26, of 338 O'Neill St. was charged with making a false 911 report in connection with her alleged repeated drunk dialing of the police over the weekend. Torres was taken into custody about 1:30 a.m. Saturday. Get all the latest Joliet news in your inbox every morning. Sign up for our free daily newsletter. Torres called 911 no less than 10 times and claimed her car had been stolen, police said. Torres was reportedly "belligerent" and sounded "intoxicated" when she called, according to a police account of the matter. After the 10th call, officers went over to Torres' place on O'Neill Street. Her supposedly stolen …
Wednesday, September 26, 2012
Georgina Klammer was on the run for four months before being captured and charged with robbery, police said.
A woman wanted for allegedly distracting a man in his driveway while her partner snuck up behind him and incapacitated him in a bear hug so they could rob him was apprehended Thursday. Georgina Klammer, 39, most recently of 400 Western Ave., was captured by a patrol officer on the street where she lived—before she started living at the county jail—about 5:30 a.m. Thursday. Klammer had been on the lam since March, police said. That was when she allegedly teamed with a man for a daring daylight ripoff. Klammer reportedly appeared in the driveway of a casual acquaintance and asked him for money. While she had the man entranced, another man ambushed him, police said, grabbing their mark and subduing him in a bear hug. While the man was trapped…
Monday, September 24, 2012
The Shorewood police arrested a Channahon man on a drug charge.
The Shorewood cops nabbed a Channahon man holding drugs at a local gas station, police said. Jacob Procaskey, 23, of 25544 W. Bridge St. was arrested about 9 p.m. Thursday at the East Jefferson Street BP station. Officers were sent to the gas station to investigate a report of an intoxicated person, police said. There they found Procaskey, who was allegedly possessing a controlled substance. Procaskey was taken to the Will County jail and booked on a charge of possession of a controlled substance. Procaskey remains in custody on a $25,000 bond.
Wednesday, September 19, 2012
The man, who gave addresses in Romeoville and Plainfield, checked in with a headache and high blood pressure. He checked out with a felony drug possession charge.
A local man went to the hospital with a headache and high blood pressure, but apparently didn't think they had enough drugs there for him, police said. Gregory Heintz, 35, got caught allegedly shooting cocaine in the bathroom of his Provena St. Joseph Medical Center hospital room. Heintz was arrested upon his release from the hospital Tuesday evening and was booked into the Will County jail on a charge of possession of a controlled substance. Heintz, who reportedly gave the police home addresses in both Plainfield and Romeoville, stopped by the St. Joe's emergency room on Sept. 12. He complained of headaches and high blood pressure and was admitted to the hospital. DON'T MISS THE LATEST JOLIET NEWS. SUBSCRIBE TO OUR FREE DAILY NEWSLETTER …