Police blotter: Neighborhood disturbance brings cops
June 22, 2013 9:10PM
Updated: July 24, 2013 6:44AM
BOLINGBROOK — Police say loud noise brought officers to a group of young people drinking and smoking marijuana Wednesday.
Lt. Mike Rompa said officers were called around 12:18 a.m. to the 600 block of Preston Drive where five people were disturbing nearby residents. A 17-year-old boy attempted to flee while Brian Boose-Young, 21, “began to conceal items down his pants,” Rompa said.
The 17-year-old was charged with possession of alcohol by a minor and released to his grandmother’s custody while Boose-Young was charged with possession of marijuana and released on bond.
Two other people were released without being charged, but Mayande H. Watson, 18, of 8015 S. Eberhart Ave. in Chicago, had an outstanding warrant from Chicago for delivery of drugs. She was booked into the county jail and is being held on $75,000 bond.
2 Joliet residents charged
with dealing drugs
ROMEOVILLE — Two people from Joliet are charged with dealing drugs after they were allegedly found using drugs in a forest preserve Wednesday.
Around 3:15 p.m. passersby reported two people passed out in a white Kia parked near the trailhead to Centennial Trail off 135th Street, according to Will County Forest Preserve Lt. Tracy Phillips.
Officers searched the Kia and reportedly found 90 grams in psychedelic mushrooms and 29 grams of heroin separated into small bags.
Cihon, 28, of 1649 Winter Court, and Peloquin, 29, of 3622 Forest View Drive, were booked into the county jail on charges of delivery of drugs and possession of drug paraphernalia.
In other police news:
Renarda A. Ellis: 27, of 723 S. Richards St., was arrested by sheriff’s police Saturday on charges of driving on a suspended license and no insurance.
Quintin L. Catchings: 36, of 113 Hunter Ave., was arrested by Joliet police Saturday on a charge of delivery of marijuana.
Jose L. Diaz: 42, of 614 Norton Ave., was arrested by sheriff’s police Sunday on charges of driving on a suspended license and no insurance.