One squad car approached the minivan from behind, and another squad pulled in front of the minivan and activated their emergency lights. The driver of the minivan then placed the vehicle in reverse and struck a squad car.
The victim told officers that an unknown man entered his vehicle and removed a purse. After taking the purse, the suspect fled in a silver colored Volkswagen, police said.
While the victim was at Lifetime Fitness, he inadvertently left his car keys on a bench in the men's locker room, police said. When he went back to grab his keys, the victim discovered the keys and his vehicle were missing.
Jeremy Hill allegedly exited a vehicle in a parking lot at Orland Square mall, grabbed a victim while displaying a handgun. When the victim tried to run, Hill struck the victim in the head with the gun.
“We held a job fair the other day. We were open from 12 to 5 p.m., and not one person came in, not one,” said Andre and Sue Williams.
Aaron Hicks allegedly gave a fake name and phone number to the jewelry store to view the necklace. He tried it on and then allegedly ran out of the store.
"The main thing Is that we are concerned about our children... having kids growing up in a world where basically they are seeing segregation. One group of people allowed in places and another group not being allowed. And we think that could have damaging psychological consequences," said a woman who did not give her name.
The new rules apply to everyone who is 5-years-old and up, though you are allowed to pop in and pick up takeout without a vaccination card if you're inside for less than ten minutes.
During an investigation, police said it was discovered that the car was stolen out of Bloomington.
Orland Park Mayor Keith Pekau voices his frustration with the Cook County mandates that requires proof of vaccination for customers age five and older at indoor settings where food and drink are served.
The mayors of suburban Burr Ridge and Orland Park are saying "no" to the new COVID-19 mandate in Cook County that beginning Jan. 3 will require patrons of businesses to prove they've been vaccinated.
Mayors of Orland Park and Burr Ridge say they will not enforce the county's vaccine mandate.
“If this is such an emergency, why are they waiting until January 3rd to impose these new mandates?” Orland Park Mayor Keith Pekau said in a statement.
Sky Zone sued Orland Park for revoking its business license.
Jareed Johnson allegedly approached the drive-thru and attempted to pick the register up while displaying a handgun. While doing so, police said he discharged a round into the wall, which startled him and another suspect. They ran out of the business without any proceeds.
The suspect was wanted by Orland Park police for “multiple felonies,” and wanted by Chicago police for shots fired and possession of a stolen motor vehicle.
CHARGED: Jabrail Myles was searched and officers found five clear plastic bags of suspect cocaine, 11 individually packaged pills of suspect ecstasy and three plastic bags of suspect cannabis.
In the spring, Orland Park tried to shut Sky Zone down, saying the trampoline park was a danger to the public after police said they were barely able to get inside Sky Zone to investigate a fight. Sky Zone got a court to rule the business could stay open.
Orland Park mayor Keith Pekau talks about his decision to seek the GOP nomination in the newly redrawn 6th Congressional District.
Sixteen guns have been seized in Cook County over the last two weeks, which has led to seven arrests and multiple charges.