Police Blotter: Frankfort Man Faces DUI, Traffic Charges

Frankfort Police reports, July 25-30 • Frankfort man cited for public intoxication • Oak Forest woman charged with DUI • New Lenox woman cited for retail theft.


Frankfort Man Charged With Public Intoxication

David Korczak, 24, of the 8600 block of Hotchkiss Drive, was cited for public intoxication after an incident at his residence. His next court date is Sept. 13.


Stop Leads to DUI, Traffic Charges

Kevin M. Robinson, 23, of the 7300 block of West Woodlawn Drive, was charged with driving under the influence, driving under the influence with a blood-alcohol content more than 0.08, speeding, failure to signal and driving without insurance after a traffic stop near the intersection of 84th Avenue and Lincoln Highway. Robinson was released on bond, and his court date is Sept. 7.

Oak Forest Woman Charged With DUI

Wilhelmina C. Collins, 35, of the 5500 block of Cromwell Lane in Oak Forest, was charged with driving under the influence, driving under the influence with a blood-alcohol content of more than 0.08, illegal transportation of alcohol and improper parking after a traffic stop near the intersection of Elsner Road and Nebraska Street. Collins was released on bond, and her court date is Sept. 4.


Chicago Served With DuPage County Warrant

Darien E. Wells, 26, of the 6700 block of Oglesby Street in Chicago, was served with an outstanding DuPage County warrant in the 1000 block of Lambrecht Road. . Wells was released on bond.

New Lenox Woman Cited for Retail Theft

Jessica M. Hoffman, 24, of the 1900 block of South Anderson Road in New Lenox, was cited for retail theft after an incident in the 11000 block of Lincoln Highway. Hoffman's court date is Aug. 9.

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