Two Arrested on a Felony Delivery Charge
arrested two people who they said intended to deliver a controlled substance. According to reports, at about 2:18 p.m. at 99th Street and Western Avenue, police arrested Cedra S. Godfrey, 25, of Chicago Ridge and Jessica M. Miller, 26, of Chicago, and charged them both with felony delivery of a controlled substance.
Police said Godfrey had 6.2 grams of heroin. Godfrey was given a second charge of felony delivery of a controlled substance. According to reports, Godfrey delivered one additional gram of heroin. According to reports, police said Miller delivered one gram of heroin.
Two Seen Hiding Stolen Merchandise in Bag of Dog Food
According to Evergreen Park Police, at about 8:45 a.m., a man and a woman took items from Walmart, 2500 W. 95th St., and hid them in a bag of dog food.
Police said Ricky L. Trimbul, 24, of Chicago and Tensia A. Morris, 18, of Chicago were both seen taking items off of display and placing them in a large bag of dog food that they had opened in the store.
Upon exiting, they paid for the bag of dog food, but nothing else, police said. According to reports, they took batteries, Play Station games, deodorant, tools, tooth brushes, tank tops, a pair of shorts and skirts. Police charged Trimbul and Morris with retail theft.
Reports said Trimbul took 30 items of Walmart merchandise with a total value of $291.80, and Morris took nine items valued at $45.28.
Man Seen Taking Walmart Merchandise
Police arrested Roy D. White, 23, of Chicago, and charged him with retail theft. According to reports, he took a cell phone screen protector from Walmart valued at $5.96. Police said at about 4:29 p.m., White took the screen protector out of the package, threw it on the ground and hid it.
Walmart Retail Theft
Breadon D. Davis, 20, of Chicago was charged with retail theft. Police said he took four items from Walmart with a $125.68 value. According to reports, Davis stuffed everything in his front pants pocket and walked out at around 10:45 a.m.
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