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Postman Followed and Harassed: Homewood Police Blotter

Homewood police reports, Jan. 31-Feb. 2

THURSDAY, FEB. 2

Warrant for Endangering Child

Crisy Jones, 19, of the 700 block of Red Oak Lane in University Park was arrested on a Will County Sheriff’s Department warrant for failure to appear in court on the charge of endangering the life of a child. Police said they stopped a car at Perth Avenue and Crescent Drive just after midnight and the driver took off on foot. He was never caught, but a background check was run on Jones and the remaining passengers, one of whom was a juvenile out passed curfew, according to the report.

WEDNESDAY, FEB. 1

Domestic Battery

Cy Muraida, 49, of the 18500 block of Riegel Road in Homewood was charged with domestic battery and criminal damage to property. Police said Muraida was arguing with another man around 4 a.m. when he shoved him to the floor and began breaking furniture and picture frames. The dispatch call described Muraida as “intoxicated” and “out of control.”

Marijuana for Two

Chicago Ridge residents Donald Miller, 18, of the 6600 block of 104th Place and Brandon Tallon, 19, of the 10600 block of Major Avenue were charged with possession of cannabis. Police said they stopped Miller’s car at Ashland Avenue and Maple Road around 10 p.m. for an equipment violation. After smelling marijuana, officers reportedly searched the car and found a bag containing 16 grams of marijuana underneath an ash tray in the center console. Police said both men admitted to have recently bought the bag.

TUESDAY, JAN. 31

Postman Harassed

Jill Sauerbier, 61, of the 1200 block of Hickory Road in Homewood was charged with disorderly conduct. Police said Saubier followed and harassed a postman around 2 p.m. about receiving the wrong mail. The postman’s manager met and told officers this is the second time in recent memory that Saubier has assaulted a U.S. Postal employee.

Police report information is provided by the Homewood Police Department and other law enforcement agencies. Charges are not evidence of guilt. They are a record of police actions on a given day, and persons charged with a crime are presumed innocent until proven guilty in court. If you or a family member are charged or cited and the case is subsequently adjudicated, we encourage you to notify the editor. We will verify and report the outcome.

Regina W. February 08, 2012 at 04:17 PM
She harasses EVERYONE, especially police, fire, park and public works employees. Now a mail carrier. Who's next?
margaret March 05, 2012 at 06:38 AM
She's 61, lives alone, weighs 90 poinds dripping wet and comes in at 4'9.....since I doubt she was brandishing a knife, leave the lady alone and try making the postal carriers start diong their jobs and delivering the correct mail to the correct address. Cut her some slack until you've walked in her shoes!
Genvieve LaChappele March 05, 2012 at 06:11 PM
I have had many dealings with this gal working at walt's. While I do feel sorry for her, we cannot give her license to harass people. We all have problems. Stop justifying her behavior.
LocalRez March 12, 2012 at 02:13 PM
This mail carrier may have been caught off guard with this woman trying to get her attention. I always know when she is coming as I usually hear her talking loudly on her phone when she is coming from the neighbors. I think she talks as she walks all the time on her bluetooth. Maybe it's a second job - who knows but it is a daily occurance. I'm not sure why else this africian american women would be scared of a white 4'9' person, then again, why take customer complaints when you can get someone arrested - I'm sure she never delivers the wrong mail to anyones house - not.

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