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To request removal of your name from an arrest report, submit these required items to arrestreports patch. This week's roundup of weird crime news in the Southland. Ben Feldheim , Patch Staff. Posted Fri, Jul 12, at pm CT. Maid Accidentally Eats Pot Brownie June 7: A housekeeper received an intoxicating surprise after accidentally eating a pot brownie left at an Orland Park home. A year-old man and a year-old man, both from Orland Park, were cited by police for reckless conduct after the pair held a sleepover where they had brownies allegedly made with marijuana, according to police.
The year-old housekeeper was unhurt and released from the hospital. She told officers a urine test came back positive for marijuana but she didn't want to prosecute the two men. Orland Park police came to the home at about a. At that time, the housekeeper was feeling faint and dizzy. She told police the brownie tasted like it had marijuana inside. The parents of the year-old man, who lived at the Kensington Way home, were overseas on vacation.
The man said some of his friends slept over the night. All of his friends, except for the year-old man, already had left. Both men had refused to tell officers if the brownies had marijuana, despite requests from hospital staff who needed to know what was in them, police said. One of the men retrieved three Tupperware containers full of fresh brownies. The desserts had a "very strong" smell of marijuana coming from them. The two men were arrested and agreed to talk with police about what really happened with the laced brownies. However, one man refused to a written confession and was unhelpful when questioned.
Both men were issued municipal violations and are due on July 9 for a hearing at the Orland Park Municipal Center. Police said a homeowner in the block of 81st Court found a yellow "pineapple" grenade in his front yard.
The Cook County bomb squad was called to handle the explosive. They determined that the grenade, which was sitting under a tree, was real but had been deactivated. No one was injured and the explosive device was disposed of by the county bomb squad. The small, handheld device weighed a little more than one pound and was made of grooved cast iron, giving it the appearance of a small pineapple and earning the nickname. Grenades of this type were sometimes filled with TNT instead of powder explosive and painted yellow. The homeowner thought it was a toy, at first, but then picked it up and realized the grenade was possibly authentic, police said.
Police are not sure where the explosive came from or why it was left under a tree. Janice E. Crowne, 49, of the block of El Camino Lane, was charged with driving under the influence of alcohol, DUI with a blood-alcohol content greater than 0. Orland Park police were called at p. A short time later, a witness to the collision called police to say he was following the vehicle that drove away and told police where to find it. A Jeep, driven by a white woman in a green Chicago Blackhawks jersey, had rear-ended his car, the victim told police. At the same time, an officer caught up with the driver of the Jeep.
Crowne, who was still wearing the green jersey, was found along with her severely banged up ride, the report states. Police pulled a piece of the rear taillight of the victim's car from the Jeep's front bumper. Crowne allegedly admitted to drinking, according to the report. Police were able to smell alcohol on her breath, too. She was arrested after failing field sobriety tests, police said.
Officers gave her another test, this one for her BAC, and then booked her for the night. Unable to post bond, Crowne was detained until a bond hearing the next morning. The year-old New Lenox woman sitting on the living room couch yelled at the man, who appeared to be under the influence of drugs or alcohol, and demanded to know what he was doing in the apartment, a Tinley Park police report states. According to the witness, the man uttered, "Oh, I am sorry," and left a few seconds later.
Both the woman and the apartment owner, who was in the bedroom when the nude interloper stopped by, heard a door slam shut in the hallway. They tried knocking on nearby apartment doors in the building, located in the block of Olcott Avenue, but no one answered. Police also checked the neighboring apartment, according to the report. The suspect is described as a white man in his 20s with light brown, shaggy hair, between 5-feet, 6-inches and 5-feet, 9-inches tall and pounds. No arrest was reported. The woman told police she was unsure if she wanted to a complaint.
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