Monday, May 21, 2012
Bolingbrook police reports, May 9-10
Wednesday, May 9 Identity theft, forgery Latonyia Brown, 37, 136 Jamestown Lane, was charged with identity theft, forgery and theft at 7:56 p.m. in the 500 block of South Bolingbrook Drive. Thursday, May 10 DUI Rayvon Johnson, 19, 317 Fieldstone Court, was charged with speeding, littering on a toll way, illegal transportation of alcohol and two counts of driving under the influence of alcohol at 1:50 a.m. following a traffic stop at Briarcliff and Schmidt roads. Child endangerment Barbara Wagner, 40, 272 Old Elm Drive, was charged with an in-state warrant and Kailey Curry, 17, 332 Pinto Drive, was charged with endangering the life of a child after a call to the 200 block of Old Elm for a child in a stroller unattended.
Tuesday, August 30, 2011
Deborah Gibson, of Bolingbrook, turned herself in to police on unlawful use of a credit card and identity theft charges.
A Bolingbrook woman was arrested over the weekend after she allegedly charged more than $8,000 to her daughter’s credit card, police said. Deborah Gibson, of the 500 block of Cambridge Way, turned herself in to police on unlawful use of a credit card and identity theft charges. Police said she allegedly located her daughter’s Discover card, pretended to be her daughter in order to activate the card and then charged a total of $8,200 to the account. The daughter decided to pursue charges, police said. Gibson has since been processed and transported to the Will County Adult Detention Facility.
Wednesday, July 6, 2011
Police say Cletus Tawiah has been doing scam 'a couple years.'
A Bolingbrook man was arrested last week after racking up thousands in debt in his brother’s name, Romeoville police said. Cletus Tawiah, 41, of 505 Preston, was arrested Thursday and charged with financial identity theft, theft and unlawful use of a credit card after an investigation revealed that he had opened several lines of credit using his brother’s identity, according to Assistant Chief Steven Lucchesi. “He was using his brother’s identification and opened up various accounts,” Lucchesi said, including an account with a balance of more than $3,000. “Apparently, he’s been doing this for a couple years,” Lucchesi said. Tawiah is being held at the Will County Adult Detention Facility and is scheduled to appear in court Friday. His bail…