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Police Blotter: Battery Charge for Auto Store Worker in Aisle 9

Frankfort police reports, Jan. 5-10.

TUESDAY, JAN. 10

Lockport Man Picked Up for Warrant, Faces Traffic Charges

Kevin M. Mynarczyk, 31, of the 1100 block of East Division Street in Lockport, was arrested for an outstanding Will County failure-to-appear warrant and charged with driving with a suspended license, driving without insurance and driving with an expired registration after a traffic stop near the intersection of Elm Street and Iowa Court. He was released on bond, and his court date is Jan. 30.

MONDAY, JAN. 9

Monee Man Turns Himself in on Warrant

William Greene, 48, of the 25000 block of S LaGrange Road in Monee, was arrested after turning himself in to the Frankfort Police Department on an outstanding Will County failure-to-appear warrant. He was booked in to Will County Jail and is currently being held there on $350 bail. His next court date is Feb. 7.

SATURDAY, JAN. 7

Two Employees Fight, One Man Charged

Lance P. Brady, 60, of the 9700 block of Cambridge Circle of Mokena, was charged with battery after he got into an altercation with a fellow employee at Auto Zone in the 20000 block of LaGrange Road. Brady and another employee, who was not charged, got into a shoving match after the two argued over both being at the same place at the same time, according to the police report. Brady's court date is Feb. 9.

THURSDAY, JAN. 5

Worth Man Turns Himself in on Warrant

Judson R. Nyberg, 27, of the 10500 block of Worth Avenue in Worth, was arrested after turning himself in to Frankfort police on an outstanding Will County warrant for aggravated battery. He was released on bond, and his next court date is Jan. 26.

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