SATURDAY MARCH 16
Bad Day Gets Worse
A man told police he was having a bad day when they stopped him for speeding around 10:33 p.m., reports said. Police said that Ahmed Alaylan, 35, was observed abruptly changing lanes when he was clocked driving 55mph in a 30mph zone. Ahmed was pulled over near 95th Street and 52nd Avenue, allegedly told the officer he had two Budweisers earlier in the evening. Police said Ahmed failed field sobriety tests. Ahmed refused to take a Breathlyzer test and had to be woken repeatedly during booking, reports said. He was charged with DUI and speeding. Ahmed’s next court appearance is May 2 in Bridgeview.
WEDNESDAY MARCH 6
Missed Mouth with French Fries
Azucena Garcia, 27, of Chicago, was charged with speeding and driving under the influence when her Dodge Caravan was observed traveling 55mph in a 30mph speed zone, reports said. The officer activated his police lights but said that Garcia continued driving approximately five hours before he was able to stop her in the 5900 block of 95th Street. While speaking to Garcia, the officer said he could detect an odor of alcohol and also noted detected the odor of alcohol and noted that she kept missing her mouth while trying to eat French fries. Police said she could not provide her driver’s license or proof of insurance. Garcia allegedly told police that she had drank two medium-size Budweisers earlier in the evening. She could not pass the field sobriety tests and was placed under arrest, reports said. Police said that Garcia blew a .183 at the Oak Lawn police station. Garcia was also charged for driving with out a license and no proof of insurance. Her next court appearance is April 17 at the Bridgeview Court House.
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