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Police Blotter: Alsip Woman Faces DUI, Pot Charges After Traffic Stop

Frankfort Police reports, May 28-June 4.

SUNDAY, JUNE 3

Frankfort Man Faces Underage Drinking, Traffic Charges

Edgar E. Zepeda, 20, of the 7900 block of Big Buck Trail in Frankfort, was charged with the illegal consumption of alcohol, driving on a suspended license, improper passing and improper lighting after a traffic stop near the intersection of Sauk Trail and Shetland Drive. Zepeda also was cited for violating the state's Zero Tolerance law for underage drinking. His next court date is July 6.

Alsip Woman Charged With DUI, Pot Violations

Susan A. Swanson, 53, of the 11200 block of South LeClaire Avenue in Alsip, was charged with driving under the influence, aggravated DUI for past violations, improper lane use and possession of marijuana in a traffic stop in the 22800 block of LaGrange Road. She was booked in to Will County Jail and released on bond.

Joliet Man Faces DUI Charge

Jose Luis Moreno, 27, of the 700 block of North Hickory Street in Joliet, was charged with driving under the influence, illegal transportation of alcohol, driving with a suspended license, improper lane use and failure to signal after a traffic stop in the 9600 block of Lincoln Highway. Moreno was released on bond, and his next court date is July 5.

WEDNESDAY, MAY 30

Four Teens Caught Drinking After Curfew

Four teens—two 17-year-old boys from Tinley Park, a 17-year-old boy from Frankfort and a 16-year-old from Tinley—were cited for illegal consumption of alcohol and curfew violations after an incident near the intersection of Colorado Avenue and Pfeiffer Road.

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