Peanut Butter Gang or Pooh Bear Gang Leaves Mark?
Police were called to Elm Circle Dr for a graffiti report on May 21st. The police did find graffiti on the street in front of the address. The graffiti had the letters “PBG” written in white spray paint, a part of the male anatomy was drawn next to it also in white, and next to that was an unknown design in black spray paint with 4 dots in 2 loop shapes. The homeowner said he did not have any problems with anyone in the area and did not know what “PBG” stood for and was sure that his children’s friends didn’t do it since the kids are only 6 and 3 years old. He stated that neither he or his wife have not had any affairs, and he has not talked to any of his ex-girlfriend`s for many years since he has been married. Munoz stated he moved into the house in October 2015 and none of his or his wife`s exes know they live there. The Police report said the man does not have any gang affiliation. The report did not state if there is a gang roaming the streets known as The Peanut Butter Gang. In Chicago, there is a gang with the that goes by PBG and it stands for the Pooh Bear Gang, which is a set of the Gangster Disciples. A report for criminal damage to property was filed.
On May 26th 2016 at 1:30 a.m. police stopped a Jeep after noticing “an equipment violation”. The driver, who said his name was “Fernando Nebaraz” told the officer he didn’t have his drivers license. The officer checked to see if that name was registered in the state’s records and found it didn’t exist. He then checked the name of the owner of the vehicle, which is Rahil Pasha, whose license had been suspended. The officer confirmed that Pasha bore a strong resemblence to the driver who claimed to be Nebaraz. According to the police report, the driver then admitted that he was Pasha and not Nebaraz. Pasha, and his alter ego, were arrested and charged with the equipment violation, driving with his license suspended and obstructing identification. He will be in court on July 7th in Bridgeview.
No Need For Calls In The John
An Evergreen Park man reported his IPhone missing shortly after noon on May 25th. The man told police he left the phone in the bathroom of the Marathon station in Oak Lawn and when he returned, the $400 phone was gone. Is this an expensive lesson to keep your phone in your pocket when you’re in the washroom?
The Pot’s Mine But Not That Powder
Oak Lawn police were patrolling Southwest Highway east of Cicero Avenue when they report that they witnessed a blue Volvo cross three lanes of traffic on Southwest Highway to make a turn onto Cicero Avenue. As the car turned, the police noticed that the license plate light was not working. The officers approached the car and reported that they observed the passenger with his hands in his waistband and then appeared to reach under his “buttocks”. The police conducted a pat down of Jamie Santmyer, age 30 of Chicago, to make sure the individual did not have a weapon he was hiding.
According to the police, the driver, Susan Michaels, age 60, of Evergreen Park, told officers she had a small amount of “weed” in her purse, which she handed to one of the officers. The officers also noticed a clear plastic bag containing a “white powder substance” on the front passenger seat
At the police station a custodial search of Jamie Santmyer allegedly found a small clear plastic knotted baggie containing approximately 2 grams of cannabis in Santmyer`s right sock. Both Santmyer and Michaels acknowledged possession of the cannabis but both denied knowledge or ownership of the cocaine. According to the police, the cannabis in Michaels` purse weighed approximately 2.5 grams. The cannabis on Santmyer`s person weighed approximately 2 grams. The suspect cocaine in the vehicle weighed approximately 2.5 grams. Michaels was charged with one misdemeanor for possession of cannabis less than 2.5 grams and she was issued citations for improper lane usage, no rear registration plate light, no proof of insurance, and one Oak Lawn $500.00 Administrative Fee citation. Michaels has a court date of June 14th, 2016, 1:30pm, room 102 at the Bridgeview Courthouse.
Santmyer was charged with one misdemeanor for possession of cannabis less than 2.5 grams and one felony possession of a controlled substance.
Is that Really Even Court?
On May 23rd at about 3:15, the Oak Lawn Police were called to KMart on 95th Street for a retail theft report. Two black males were allegedly in the store and took numerous PNY 32 GB Memory Cards from the shelf and tried to conceal the items in their clothing. The store loss prevention officer stopped both men, identified as Geno Taylor and Tearris Ivory, after they left the store. The men had allegedly taken jointly memory cards that were worth about $170. According to police, the men made incriminating statements. The two men were issued “village ordinance citations” and will appear on June 21st at the Village Hall for a hearing before the adjudication officer. They were hit with a “village ordinance citation” for retail theft.