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Police & Fire
A 19-year-old Hazel Crest man was charged with endangering the life of a child.
Aldric 'A.J.' Hinton, a Flossmoor firefighter, was given the Brian Carey Award for outstanding work during his training with Mutual Aid Box Alarm System Division 24.
The National Transportation Safety Board is recommending the DUI alcohol limit be lowered to 0.05 ... not that it would do any good for the people on this week's list of Southland DUIs.
Police & Fire, Business
A few concerned readers wondered in Glenwood Oaks had burned down Friday night. The local fire department was performing a controlled burn next door, which drew the attention from neighbors.
Pot possession charge for Chicago man at White Castle • Thief finds illegal way to plan a wedding • Harvey man accused of smelly crime • Man looking for a boost steals supplements ... This week's roundup of weird crime news in the Southland.
A lawsuit against an imprisoned preacher from Crete and an Indiana megachurch topped the week's court news.
A Flossmoor woman told Chicago Police that several men robbed her of $100,000 worth of jewelry on Wednesday, May 15 in the 700 block of Michigan Avenue. While investigating the report, police discovered that the robbery was fabricated.
Authorities have not said much about the shooting death of Brandon Culpepper inside an Olive Road apartment building on Jan. 27.
Homewood police reports, May 9.
Homewood police reports, May 8
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