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Police Say Man Refused to Provide Information to Medics Trying to Treat Overdose Victim

Also, woman finds food and feces all around her property, and two women about the same age with the same first name charged with resisting arrest.

Obstructing a Peace Officer

Justin Chambers, 22, 10432 W. Dickens, Melrose Park, was arrested and charged with obstructing a peace officer after police responded to the 200 block of East Grantley and discovered a victim who had overdosed at 9:14 p.m. April 3. Police said Chambers, who was holding the victim up, refused to tell police and medics anything about the overdose so they could treat the victim. He was released on bond.

Possession of Cannabis

Michael Stein, 18, 142 Linden, Elmhurst, Margaret Hickey, 18, 590 S. Arlington, Elmhurst, and two 17-year-old boys were arrested and charged with possession of cannabis and possession of drug paraphernalia after police pulled over a black Mercury Grand Marquis for failure to signal at Berkley and Prairie Path Lane at 6:22 p.m. April 1. All were released on bond.

Sandra Favela, 34, 506 E. Washington, Bensenville, was arrested and charged with possession of cannabis at 506 E. Washington, Bensenville, at 2:38 p.m. April 3. Officers had prior knowledge that there was a warrant out for her arrest. They said they found her in the driveway, and during a search of her vehicle police found a one-hitter pipe and cannabis. She was released after posting bond.

Disorderly Conduct

Robert Baldwin, 63, 641 George St., Bensenville, was cited for public intoxication after officers reportedly found him passed out in front of Corner Cottage Liquors, 526 W. North Ave., at 7:30 p.m., March 30. He was taken to Elmhurst Hospital.

Someone has been leaving food and other items on the front windowsill, steps and vehicle of a resident of the 100 block of Mayo Court. Between Aug. 1 and April 4, the victim noticed the items around her home and car, so she placed a video camera in the front window and recorded an unknown man standing in her front yard. She later found dog feces on her front sidewalk.

Resisting Arrest

Ashley Spraggins, 24, 868 S. Spring Road, Elmhurst, was arrested and charged under state charges for resisting a peace officer after police were called for a verbal domestic incident that turned physical at her home at 10:08 p.m. March 31, police said. She was released on bond.

Ashley M. Stavropoulos, 25, 143 Maple, was arrested and charged with battery and resisting a peace officer after police said they found her slumped over the wheel of her white Cadillac at 152 N. Addison at 3:53 a.m. April 3. Police said she "slapped an officer across his chest and ran away." She was released on bond.

Domestic Battery

Abigail Flores, 18, 466 N. Larch, Elmhurst, was arrested and charged with domestic battery after an incident at her home at 11:16 p.m. March 31. She was taken to DuPage County Jail.

Warrant Arrest

Michelle Johns, 38, 3727 N. Elston, Chicago, was arrested on two warrants for failure to appear out of Palos Hills after police responded to a disturbance at Extended Stay America, 550 W. Grand Ave., at 2:51 a.m. April 2. Johns also was wanted on a probation violation warrant out of Cook County. She was taken to DuPage County Jail.

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Margaret Hickey May 04, 2013 at 12:11 PM
Thanks to you for being nosey and posting personal information I might not graduate high school now, and I’m not allowed to attend my senior prom. Thanks a lot. I don’t deserve to be hiumiliated like this for a mistake that continues to hurt me and my family. Everybody makes mistakes, and now mine is public to everyone including my school and threatening my future. I have already accepted the consequences from the state, and now because of your posting I have to face even worse consequences from my school. I’m glad that you enjoy ruining peoples lives and placing them into a deep state of depression just so you can have something to write in your stupid newspaper.

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