Daniel Sulek, 23, 1717 W. 187th Street, reportedly had quite a Sunday morning, May 13. He and Michael Davlantis, 23, 1035 W. 186th Street, Homewood, were charged with criminal damage to government-supported property after Sulek drove a blue Ford pick-up truck onto the grass and fields at Apollo Park, 1050 W. 191st Street, causing an estimated $2,000 damage. A witness told police Sulek drove onto the north end of the main football field at 6:27 a.m. and did “donuts” by revving his engine, spinning his truck around and tearing up the grass. He then allegedly made more donuts on the infield of the north softball field, police said. The witness said he followed Sulek to his house and called police.
Sulek was arrested later, but not before allegedly doing $2,000 damage to a vehicle that was parked in the 18400 block of Hood Avenue, police said. Sulek, this time apparently on his own, flattened all four of the vehicle’s tires and threw five landscaping blocks through five of the vehicle’s seven windows, according to the police report. He was arrested around 8 a.m. and charged with criminal damage to a vehicle.
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