Police Blotter: Frankfort Residents Cause Trouble in Tinley Park

Frankfort police, Will County Sheriff's Office and Tinley Park police reports, April 3-7.


Frankfort Man Accused of DUI 

 arrested a Frankfort man Saturday night after they got a tip from another driver saying he was "all over the roadway" near the intersection of Oak Park Avenue and 171st Street in , they said.

Officers said the man, Carlos J. Davila, was driving suspiciously—at one point, hesitating to start moving after a traffic light and crossing over the center lanes, and another, making a U-Turn on Oak Park Avenue. 


When they asked Davila, of the 19500 block of South Skye Drive, where he was coming from, he reportedly told them, "work in Summit." They said his eyes were bloodshot and watery.

He failed field sobriety tests, according to the report, and blew a .158 on the Breathalyzer. He was charged with driving under the influence of alcohol, driving under the influence with a blood-alcohol content greater than 0.08 and improper lane use. His bail was set at $3,000.

Two Accused of Drug Possession

Police said they happened upon a vehicle in a local parking lot in which three people were about to ingest cocaine.

Officers approached a red Pontiac sedan around 9:35 p.m. at Odyssey Sports Bar, 6701 South St., Tinley Park. A woman was driving and one man was in the passenger seat and another, in the back seat, according to the report.


"I approached the suspect vehicle on foot at the front passenger door," an officer wrote in the report. "I observed a (man) with a CD case, gift card and a white powdery substance in his lap."

The officer knocked on the window and the man, later identified as Jonathan M. Ruple, 24, of the 8200 block of West Norwood in Frankfort, reportedly placed the items under his seat. Police placed the drugs, which field tested positive for cocaine, into evidence. Ruple was arrested and placed into the squad car, the report said.

The driver of the vehicle, Sara C. Glim, 30, of the 20100 block of Hampton Court in Frankfort, turned over three bags of marijuana and a metal pipe to police when asked if she had any drugs on her, the report said. The bags contained 2.1 grams of marijuana, police said. 


Ruple was charged with possession of a controlled substance and Glim was charged with possession of marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia. The third person was not charged. 


Vehicle Vandalized on Stoll Road

Frankfort Police received a report of damage to a parked vehicle in the driveway of a residence in the 11200 block of Stoll Road.


Air-conditioner Stolen From Business

Will County Sheriff's Office received a report of a stolen outside air-conditioning unit from a busines in the 7200 block of West Benton Drive.

Items Stolen From Business Parking Lot

About $7,000 in materials was reported stolen from a business parking lot in the 10200 block of Vans Drive.

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