Blotter: April 16, 2019
Bourbonnais police arrested Jason J. Glista for driving under the influence of alcohol on April 14. According to a report, an officer was dispatched to East 5000N Road at Berry Lane for a report of a hit and run accident. The vehicle and driver suspected of causing the accident was found nearby. Officers smelled alcohol on the breath of the driver, Glista. He refused to give a breath sample. Officers obtained a warrant to get blood samples from Glista.
Bradley police arrested Ericka M. Alvarez-Milian, 35, of Bradley, for driving under the influence of alcohol with a BAC more than .08 and driving under the influence of alcohol on April 13. According to a report, an officer responded to a report of a possible DUI driver in the area of 400 East Broadway Street. The officer caught up the suspect vehicle at Broadway and Kinzie Avenue. During a stop, the officer determined the driver, Alvarez-Milian, to be alcohol impaired. She provided a breath sample with a .174 result.
Bradley police arrested Ignacio Duran-Duran, 27, of Bradley, for driving under the influence of alcohol on April 12. According to a report, an officer stopped a SUV after observing had a rear tail light out. The officer determined the driver to be alcohol impaired. Duran-Duran refused to give a breath sample. A judge issued a warrant and Duran-Duran was taken to a local hospital for blood and urine samples. A judge set Duran-Duran’s bond at $40,000.
Kankakee County Sheriff’s police arrested Joseph M. Hamlin, 49, of Chebanse, for aggravated criminal sexual abuse on April 2. According to a court document, the alleged incidents occurred April 2, April 3 and between May 1, 2018 and Aug. 31, 2018. A judge set Hamlin’s bond at $75,000.
According to Kankakee police, a house in the 800 block of East Merchant Street was struck multiple times by gunfire at approximately 10:43 p.m. on April 2. A resident said she was in bed when she heard six or seven shots. There were four adults and four juveniles in the house. Shell casings and projectiles were recovered by investigators.
Bradley police arrested Codi D. McGlennon, 19, of Manteno, for possession of a firearm by a street/gang member and aggravated unlawful use of a weapon on April 10. The charges stem from a March 29 incident in which McGlennon is accused for pointing a firearm at a vehicle in the area of East Broadway Street and South Kinzie Avenue. There were four people in the vehicle, including two juveniles. A judge set McGlennon’s bond at $20,000.
Bourbonnais police arrested Michael J. Rodgers-Pizano for felon in possession of a firearm on March 30. According to a prosecutor, two handguns were found in a book bag Rodgers-Pizano is accused of placing in a garbage can outside a home on Jordan Drive. The owner of the home found the bag in the trash can. He watched surveillance video and observed it being placed in the can. He called police after finding it. Officers had been to the house earlier in the day at the request of Bradley police. They were looking for a vehicle involved in an incident where a gun was displayed in Bradley. They believed the car would be found at the home on Jordan Drive. A judge set Rodgers-Pizano at $100,000.