Police Pick Up Three on Warrants
Oak Lawn warrant arrests from Jan. 16 through Jan. 22.
TUESDAY, JANUARY 22
Slow Reflexes Send Fugitive to Jail
An employee who could not get the alarm code entered in time at a business located in the 6300 block of West 95th Street was picked up on a warrant. Police responded to a security alarm around 10 a.m. Jan. 22, where they encountered an employee identified as William J. Price, 27, of Chicago, who was wanted on warrant out of Cook County for an October 2012 offense.
FRIDAY, JANUARY 18
Fugitive Uses ‘Toys for Tots’ Alibi
Police went to an address in the 5100 block of West 87th Street looking for a woman identified as Sonia N. Wagner, 37, in connection to an alleged hit-and-run traffic crash around 9:35 a.m. Jan. 18. Wagner met with offices and denied knowing about the crash, reports said. She also said that she and a male friend were a Toys for Tots function on the days of the crash. During the interview, police discovered that Wagner had two active warrants out of Will County, one of them for driving on a revoked license, with bail amounts set at $7,500 and $8,500.
WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 16
Mother Who Wanted Daughter Out Gets Her Wish
A domestic disturbance led to the arrest of Katina M. Turner, 22, of Chicago, who was wanted on a warrant out of Champagne County. Police responded to a battery call in the 9400 block of South Kenton Avenue around 2:13 p.m. Jan. 16. When officers arrived, Turner’s mother told them she had gotten into an argument with her daughter. There was no battery, she just wanted Turner to leave and not come back. Police did a background check and discovered that Turner was wanted on a warrant for failure to appear on a charge of knowingly damaging property with bail set at $3,000. Turner was being held for extradition and/or payment of bond.
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