Most people will never commit a crime in their lifetime. Some who do, will never be caught. Then there are the mopes who seem to stumble into trouble annoying the police and society in general. We call them Illiannoyers because they are annoying.
Man Goes a Long Way for A Slider
Jesse Cobbins, whose last known address was near 4400 N. Racine, in Chicago, was given an ordinance violation by the Oak Lawn cops after annoying employees at White Castle. According to the employees, Cobbins was yelling and threatening employees because they kicked him out of the “restaurant” earlier in the day. His ticket was for disorderly conduct. Gobbins is a 31 year old black man.
Man Stumbles From the Golden Arches Into Handcuffs
An Oak Lawn man was arrested on an outstanding warrant for a probation violation when the police found him walking westbound from McDonald’s on 91st Street. Luis Campos had allegedly been at the McDonald’s and the employees complained that he was intoxicated and refusing to leave. He stumbled out of the place before the police arrived but they found him shortly thereafter at about 3 p.m. on Sunday. The police claimed he was slurring his speech and was “staggering down the sidewalk”. When they stopped him, they found that he had the outstanding warrant. He was arrested. Campos, a 30 year old Hispanic male, provided an Oak Lawn address to the police.
Important Call Costs Driver
The Oak Lawn police were driving on Friday the 26th at about 5 p.m. when they claimed that a Mercedes turned left from 87th Street onto Cicero. As the driver turned, the police alleged that he was manipulating his phone with his thumb. When the police stopped the driver/caller, he provided a Texas ID but couldn’t provide a driver’s license. He didn’t have a driver’s license because it had been suspended. In addition, Jason Garza was wanted on a warrant for felony driving with a suspended license. Despite this not being his first rodeo, Garza was allegedly driving again. This may be his last ride for a while but he was allowed to make a call at the police station after being arrested for felony aggravated driving while his licenses was suspended. Garza, a 32 year old Hispanic male, provided an Alsip address.
Speeding without a License?
If you have a license and you speed, you’ll probably get a ticket. If you don’t have a license, you will go to jail. Christian Castellanos was stopped on 95th Street and told he was driving 56 mph in a 30 mph zone. Castellanos didn’t have a valid driver’s license so the police took him into custody. Castellanos is a 19 year old white male with a Chicago address.
You Miss Are a Nuisance
Shortly after midnight on October 27th, the police were dispatched for a call of an intoxicated female. It was the second call to the bench in front of the hospital for the same woman in a span of thirty minutes. The woman, Sandra Travis, reportedly told the police that she wanted to be treated for high blood pressure on the first call. On the second call she was drinking a bottle of vodka, according to the police. She was taken to the emergency room. Travis is a 54 year old white female, with a Midlothian address.
Why Not Let the Passenger Drive?
If you’ve ever been with someone who shouldn’t be driving, Martise Herron may remind you of that person. Herron and a passenger allegedly exited McDonald’s at 105th and Cicero turning right onto Cicero. Unfortunately for Herron, the police saw his exit and alleged that he crossed the center lane as he made that wide turn. After stopping the car, it was determined that Herron did not have a valid license because it was previously suspended. He was taken into custody. His passenger, ironically, had a valid license and was given the car to drive away. Herron is a 33 year old black male with a Crestwood address.