Police Blotter: Apparently Drunk Man Poses as Security, Spare Tire Stolen from SUV
Clarendon Hills police reports, July 25 to Aug. 1
MONDAY, JULY 30
Man Poses as Security Guard
A male resident of an apartment complex in the 200 block of North Richmond Avenue appeared to be intoxicated when he posed as a temporary security guard at around 9:45 p.m. and harassed fellow residents as they entered and exited the building.
According to police, he told officers he was "just trying to protect" the apartment complex. He was warned by officers and told to stay inside.
SATURDAY, JULY 28
Burglary to Motor Vehicle
An unknown male burglar entered an unlocked car and took from it a set of golf clubs while the car was parked in the 200 block of Oxford Avenue at 12:21 a.m.
The owner of the vehicle saw and confronted the burglar while he was taking the clubs. While running away from the house, the burglar dropped the golf clubs. The clubs were recovered. There are no suspects.
FRIDAY, JULY 27
Credit Card Fraud Attempted
A resident from the 200 block of Oxford Avenue reported at 4:07 p.m. that an unknown person attempted to open a credit card with the resident's personal information. The resident found out about the account before any spending occurred, so there was no dollar loss.
THURSDAY, JULY 26
Spare Tire Stolen
A spare tire worth $250 was stolen from underneath an SUV that was parked in the 0-100 block of Waverly Avenue some time during the night hours of July 25 or morning hours of July 26. There are no suspects.
Driving on a Revoked License
Jason E. Manns, 30, of the 6700 block of Cedar Lane, Westmont, was charged with driving on a revoked license after he was pulled over at 9:12 p.m. going the wrong way on a one-way street near the intersection of Oxford and Chicago avenues.
Manns had a permit for driving only during his work hours, which did not include the time when he was stopped. The police took his car.
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