Oak Park police blotter: Four boys charged with stealing car

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The following incidents were listed among the official reports of the Oak Park Police Department. Readers are reminded that an arrest does not constitute a finding of guilt. Only a court of law can make that determination.

OAK PARK

STOLEN VEHICLE

  • Four boys from Chicago were arrested on July 6 and charged with unlawful possession of a stolen vehicle, police said. The suspects were apprehended on the 1100 block of North Euclid Avenue at around 9:00 p.m. The four boys were processed then and turned over to their parents. The vehicle was owned by an Oak Park resident.

UNLAWFUL POSSESSION OF A FIREARM

  • James Emmenegger, 44, of Oak Park, was arrested and charged with possession of a firearm without requisite firearm owner’s ID card, possession of firearm ammunition without requisite firearm owner’s ID, and reckless conduct, police said. Emmenegger was arrested at around midnight near his home on the 400 block of North Harvey Avenue. The suspect was processed and held in lieu bond.

RETAIL THEFT

  • Luis Carmona, 40, of Cicero, was arrested on July 8 and charged with retail theft criminal damage to property and disorderly conduct following an incident at a local CVS Pharmacy. According to police, Carmona entered the store on the 6700 block of Roosevelt Road at around 4 p.m. that day and proceeded to knock over store displays and push items off of the shelves. The suspect then began concealing merchandise in her pockets and “passed the last point of purchase without paying.” She was arrested shortly after and released on bond.

CRIMINAL TRESPASS

  • Jeremiah Ollison, 25, of Lockwood, was arrested on July 12 and charged with trespassing at a Starbucks coffee shop, police said. Ollison, who had been previously told not to return to the store, allegedly visited the shop on the 700 block of Lake Street at around 9:30 a.m. that day. After leaving, he was stopped and arrested by police. Ollison was processed and held in lieu of bond.

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