OMG PD: Beer Bust, Smoke Break, Grooming Gone Wrong
Here's a round-up of recent and bizarre police report items from the area.
Jon R. Doane, 25, of the 23800 block of 126th Street in Trevor, WI, was arrested around 1:03 a.m. in the 1200 block of Butterfield Road, police said.
Officers were dispatched to a bar on Butterfield Road after Doane was kicked out and began "causing problems" when he wasn't allowed back in with his friends, police said. The report indicated Doane was "highly intoxicated."
According to police, Doane punched an outdoor advertising sign after he was refused admittance, causing damage. He continued to yell at staff, and threw part of his Halloween costume—a pair of hard-plastic breasts filled with beer, police said.
The breasts struck the hood of a 2002 Mercedes SUV, police said.
Officers were able to locate Doane in the parking lot. He was wearing a German beer maiden costume, police said.
Doane was charged with criminal damage to property.
Guy Leaves Hospital with IV
The Adventist La Grange emergency room advised police at 6:47 p.m. that one of their patients had walked out of the hospital with an IV in his arm “to smoke a cigarette off campus somewhere.” The patient, a 37-year-old North Riverside resident, was later located by North Riverside police and advised to return to the ER to have his IV removed.
Peed on My Garage
Police responded at 5:27 p.m. to the 100 block of Hayes Avenue where a woman was reporting that she had confronted a homeless man urinating on her garage. Police gave the man a warning for criminal damage to property and told him to stay away in the future.
Homeless to Hotel
According to John Cooper, deputy police chief for the City of Darien, police were called to investigate the report of a suspicious person pushing five shopping carts down the road Tuesday afternoon.
“The subject was homeless and had some issues,” Cooper said in an email. “He wanted to go to a hotel. We tried to get him a cab, but he had too much stuff. We got a pickup truck and took him to a hotel in Bolingbrook.”
Cooper said police returned the shopping carts to a nearby Target store. The man was not arrested or charged.
Pet Salon Tools Stolen
Someone stole $500 worth of clippers, shears and other tools from the pet spa Velvet Touch, 110 Chestnut St., between 3 p.m. Nov. 6 and 12 p.m. Nov. 8.