TUESDAY, MARCH 6
Frankfort Woman Charged With Retail Theft
Diane L. Flanagan, 58, of the 600 block of Pheasant Trail, was charged with retail theft after an incident in the 21100 block of LaGrange Road. Her court date is April 12.
MONDAY, MARCH 5
Kankakee Teen Faces Pot Charges
Nicholas R. Sturm, 19, of the 500 block of Beckman Drive in Kankakee, was charged with marijuana possession, possession of drug paraphernalia and driving with expired registration after a traffic stop in the 20000 block of LaGrange Road. His court date is April 9.
SATURDAY, MARCH 3
DVDs Stolen From Dominick's
Frankfort Police received a report of about $461 worth of DVDs stolen from , 19965 S. LaGrange Road.
THURSDAY, MARCH 1
Orland Park Man Arrested on Drug Charges
Michael J. Kroll, 46, of the 9100 block of West Brookside Court in Orland Park, was arrested for felony possession of a controlled substance and possession of narcotic instruments, as well as being charged with driving without registration or insurance, after a traffic stop near the intersection of Abbey Drive and LaGrange Road.
A Frankfort Police officer stopped Kroll's black Cadillac around 11:20 a.m. for an expired registration, said Cmdr. Kevin Keegan. After pulling over, Kroll opened his car door and reached under his seat, which concerned the officer, who thought Kroll might be hiding contraband or grabbing a weapon, Keegan said. Kroll then got out of the Cadillac, which also had a front-seat passenger, and refused to get back in, leading the officer to call for backup, Keegan added.
A search of the car to find out what Kroll was reaching for uncovered two syringes--one with a missing plunger syringes--and a charred Altoids breath mints box containing cotton balls with a residue that tested positive for opiates, Keegan said. The officer then searched Kroll's person and found oxycodone tablets that Kroll didn't have a prescription for, Keegan added.
Kroll was booked into Will County Jail and released on bail. The passenger was not charged, Keegan said.
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