October 30 – November 6

AGGRAVATED FLEEING AND ELUDING: While on patrol in the area of 167th and Cicero Ave, an officer observed a vehicle disobey the traffic control device (run the red light). The officer attempted to stop the vehicle, but the vehicle continued to travel at a high rate of speed in attempts to flee from the officer. The vehicle was ultimately stopped by the Matteson Police Department at the BP gas station, located at 21104 Governor’s Hwy in assist to the Country Club Hills officer. Officers located open alcoholic beverages inside the vehicle. The driver, identified as John Williams (40) of Chicago, was arrested and charged with Aggravated Fleeing and Eluding, Disobeying the traffic control device, Driving without a valid license, and Illegal Transportation of Alcohol. The vehicle was towed and impounded.

DOMESTIC BATTERY: Officers were called to a residence in the 3700 block of 169th St regarding a domestic disturbance. Upon arrival and further investigation, it was learned that a male juvenile battered his mother who confronted him about having a girl in the house. Both parties required and received medical attention. The male juvenile (17) was ultimately charged with Domestic Battery and petitioned into the juvenile court system.

SHOTS FIRED: While on patrol in the area of the Walmart Plaza, officers heard multiple gunshots in the immediate vicinity. Officers checked the plaza area and observed no criminal activity. Upon checking the area around 167th and Pulaski/Crawford, officers located a crime scene at the BP gas station, 16655 Crawford Ave. Being in the jurisdiction of the city of Markham, Markham PD was advised and responded to the incident.