TUESDAY, APRIL 17
Pot Falls Out of Man’s Sock
When police stopped a car at 95th Street and Kedzie Avenue, both occupants had drugs and paraphernalia.
Police said at about 5:03 p.m., they saw the driver and passenger placing something under the front passenger’s seat.
Upon stopping the car, police said three small aluminum foil packages fell out of the passenger’s sock. Michael Johnson, 53, of Blue Island, was charged with unlawful possession of a controlled substance. Police said he had 3.4 grams of heroin.
According to reports, the driver of the car, Lezerrick Fields, 52, of Chicago, was charged with unlawful possession of drug paraphernalia. Police said he had one 3-inch straw used to snort cocaine. According to reports, police “felt a large bulge in his jean pocket which turned out the be a 3-inch metal smoking pipe.”
MONDAY, APRIL 16
Man Spits on Neighbor’s Dog
Police arrest Stacey C. Kemp, 21, of Evergreen Park and charged him with disorderly conduct. According to reports, at about 5 p.m. in the 9100 block of St. Louis, Kemp intentionally spit on a neighbor’s dog and “provoked a breach of peace.”
SATURDAY, APRIL 14
Cops Bust Man with Marijuana
Evergreen Park Police stopped a car with an expired license plate and found marijuana. According to reports, police saw a green Ford parked in the 3700 block of West 95th Street with three occupants. After approaching driver Andre Gallion, Jr., 19, of Robbins for the expired license plate, police said he had a blunt in his lap that he had been holding and rolling. Police asked what he was doing with it, and “they said they were waiting for a pizza and were about to smoke it,” reports said. Police charged Gallion with unlawful possession of marijuana. Reports said he had .08 gram of marijuana.
Cops Spot Pot on a Traffic Stop
When tactical officers saw a car, traveling east on 87th Street with a cracked tail light, they later found out that the driver had marijuana in his possession. At about 1:36 p.m., police arrested Christopher D. Marshall, 37, of Chicago, and charged him with unlawful possession of marijuana, defective tail light, no valid insurance and suspended driver’s license. Police said Marshall had 1.1 grams of marijuana.
After stopping him for the cracked tail light, police said without even asking, he gave the officer a rolled brown cigar containing a green leafy substance, telling police that it was marijuana.
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