15 Sep 2014
49° Clear
Patch Instagram photo by patch
Patch Instagram photo by patch
Patch Instagram photo by patch
Patch Instagram photo by cmptactical
Patch Instagram photo by cmptactical
Patch Instagram photo by patch

Police Blotter: Week Filled With DUIs, Stolen Bikes

Frankfort police reports, Oct. 28-Nov. 1.

Police Blotter: Week Filled With DUIs, Stolen Bikes

TUESDAY, NOV. 1

Orland Man Picked Up on Outstanding Warrant

Richard N. Saccomonto, 35, of the 9300 block of Wherry Lane in Orland Park, was served with an outstanding DuPage County traffic warrant after being pulled over near the intersection of LaGrange and St. Francis roads.

SUNDAY, OCT. 30

Lemont Man Charged With Speeding, DUI

Albert E. Mather, 51, of the 13500 block of McCarthy Road in Lemont, was charged with driving under the influence, speeding and improper lane use after a traffic stop near the intersection of LaGrange and St. Francis roads. Mather's next court date is Dec. 1.

Traffic Stop Leads to DUI Charge 

Caryn E. Faber, 31, of the 7600 block of West North Avenue, was charged with driving under the influence and improper lane use after a traffic stop near the intersection of LaGrange Road and Lincolnway Lane. Faber's next court date is Dec. 7.

SATURDAY, OCT. 29

Manhattan Man Charged With DUI

Martin D. Bender, 47, of the 23800 block of South Scheer Road in Manhattan, was charged with driving under the influence after a traffic stop in the 21300 block of LaGrange Road. Bender's next court date is Dec. 6.

FRIDAY, OCT. 28

Two Bikes Stolen Downtown

Two bicycles were reported stolen from the 0-100 block of Elwood Street.

Manhattan Man Pulled Over, Faces DUI Charge 

Martin T. Nash, 56, of the 12400 block of West Horseshoe Lane in Manhattan, was charged with driving under the influence and improper lane use after a traffic stop in the 19900 block of LaGrange Road. Nash's next court date is Dec. 1.

Police report information is provided by the ,  and other law enforcement agencies. Charges are not evidence of guilt. They are a record of police actions on a given day, and persons charged with a crime are presumed innocent until proven guilty in court. If you or a family member are charged or cited and the case is subsequently adjudicated, we encourage you to . We will verify and report the outcome.

Share This Article