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CHPD Reports Underage Drinking, Investigating Domestic Battery

Hit and run, and criminal damage to property are also among items in the Clarendon Hills Police Blotter

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Illegal possession of alcohol—Nicholas J. Calabretta, 20, of 5546 Virginia Ave. in Clarendon Hills, was cited for underage drinking after came across the suspect running down southbound Western Avenue near Harris Ave. at 1:15 a.m. May 21 and observed him to be under the influence of alcohol. 

The suspect was cited with a local ordinance violation and released to a parent.

Illegal possession of alcohol—Tracey K. McKay, 20, of 123 Walker Ave. in Clarendon Hills, was cited for underage drinking after Clarendon Hills Police came across the suspect and a male subject walking in Prospect Park at 1:48 a.m. May 20 and observed her to be under the influence of alcohol. 

The suspect was cited with a local ordinance violation and released to a parent.

Domestic battery—A school resource officer at a Maercker District school in Westmont reported to Clarendon Hills Police on May 18 that an 11-year-old female student who lives in Clarendon Hills might have been abused by her future stepdad.

The officer told police that the student had allegedly been pushed by the man and, as a result, was cut near her eye from her glasses. Clarendon Hills Police are investigating the incident. No charges have been filed. 

Hit and run—A female victim reported that an unknown suspect in an SUV rear-ended the victim's vehicle on westbound 55th Street near Walker Avenue at 10:50 p.m. May 20 and then continued without stopping.

The victim reported $1,500 in damage to her vehicle.

Criminal damage to property—A resident in the 100 block of Indian Drive reported finding two holes in a window of the home that appeared to be caused by BB gun shots from an unknown suspect at 10:13 p.m. May 21.

The victim reported $300 in damage.

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