• Robert D. Kaye, 22, of the 1100 block of Litchfield Lane in Bartlett, was charged Sunday with urinating in public, according to a police report. An officer on patrol observed Kaye running down North Second Street in St. Charles while yelling and striking a stop sign with his hand. The officer then observed Kaye stand between two cars and pause. The report states the officer then drove over to the two cars and observed Kaye pulling his pants closed. When the officer approached, Kaye admitted to urinating in public, the report states.
• Shan Robert Jezior, 39, of the 100 block of West Lester Street in West Chicago, was charged Saturday with retail theft and violating an order of protection, according to a police report. Officers were called to Wal-Mart on Smith Road for a retail theft report. Police arrived to learn the suspect had just left the parking lot, but store security had the license plate number of the suspect's vehicle. Security said they observed a man, later identified as Jezior, push a large TV toward the grocery side exit. When asked for a receipt, Jezior said he would go get one from the electronics department. After a brief discussion with an electronics department employee, Jezior did not obtain a receipt, nor did he purchase the TV, the report states. Jezior then left the store with the TV. Police tracked Jezior down at his residence. The report states Jezior admitted to police that he stole a TV from the store. At the police station, Jezior was advised not to call his wife because of an existing order of protection. A short time later, Jezior's wife arrived at the station. She told police Jezior had called her to pick him up, the report states. He was then additionally charged with violating the order of protection.
• Someone painted graffiti on walls under the Donovan Bridge on Wilson Street, it was reported Tuesday to police.
• Someone stole $50 out of an unlocked vehicle on the 500 block of North Randall Road, it was reported at 9:35 p.m. Tuesday, police said.
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