Blotter: April 24, 2018
Kankakee police arrested Kevin E. Robicheaux, 23, of Kankakee, for driving under the influence of alcohol, possession of a controlled substance and aggravated unlawful use of a weapon on April 22. According to a report, officers responded to an accident at 300 North Indiana Avenue approximately 2 a.m. A vehicle driven by Robicheaux had crashed into a tree. Officers found him in possession of a .380 caliber handgun and suspected cocaine. Robicheaux was issued tickets for operating an uninsured vehicle, driving on a suspended license, failure to reduce speed, seat belt required and illegal transportation of alcohol.
Bradley police arrested Joshua Ramirez, 33, of Bourbonnais, for driving under the influence of alcohol,under the influence of alcohol with blood or breath alcohol content greater than .08 and possession of a controlled subject on April 19. According to a police report, an officer was called to the 200 block of South Schuyler Avenue in regards to an unknown problem with a car. The right front tire of the vehicle was damaged. The officer smelled alcohol on Ramirez’s breath. Ramirez agreed to take a breathalyzer at the police station, which resulted in .206 breath alcohol content. Officers found a small bag containing a white powdery substance in a pants pocket. the contents tested positive for cocaine and weighed 0.3 grams. A judge set his bond at $7,500 for the DUI.
Kankakee police arrested Eric M. Pegram, 23, for driving under the influence of alcohol on April 19. According to a report, an officer was dispatched to the 300 block of South Greenwood Avenue for an accident involving four vehicles. Pegram appeared to be intoxicated and submitted to field sobriety tests. Peagram refused treatment by Kankakee Fire personnel.
Bourbonnais police arrested Peter W. Gladkowski, 51, for theft and unlawful possession of a debit card on April 19. According to a police report, Gladkowski used the victim’s debit card to withdraw $388.05 in three transactions after obtaining information from the victim. The victim said it was possible Gladkowski got the information when the victim was doing work at his uncle’s house, where Gladlowski was staying at the time. A judge set Gladkowski’s bond at $44,400.