A Milwaukee man stopped by Oak Lawn Police on January 22nd at about 1 a.m. told the officer that he may have a license in Michigan after a check of Illinois, Indiana and Wisconsin came up with no license for Stevie Frank.
Then again, he may not have a valid license. The officer searched the computers and found Stevie Frank as a licensed driver in Michigan but it had been suspended.
Frank was allegedly driving in the center lane on Cicero near 92nd Street when a patrol car noticed that the driver had difficulty maintaining control of the car in one lane as it allegedly drifted over the double yellow line. The officer also noticed that the rear right windows were broken and were taped over with black plastic.
By 87th Street, the car was up against the curb with the police lights flashing parked behind it. Frank gave the officer a copy of a Wisconsin document that identified him and a birth date. Frank couldn’t provide proof of insurance according to the police.
When the name Stevie Frank was placed in the police computer it spit out a warrant for a man with the name, Steve Frank, with a different birth date. However, the police said the height and weight of the warrant seemed similar to Frank and the warrant listed the later birth date as an alias, meaning Frank had used his own name, changing it from Stevie to Steve, but a different birth date as his alias.
Frank was taken into custody. One of the other three people in the car started complaining of chest pains and was transported to the hospital. The other two were transported to the police station to allow them to call someone for a ride.
Frank was also transported to the police station. His car was towed. Frank’s race was “unidentified”. He is a 47 year old male with a Milwaukee address.