Winthrop Harbor Police Department

PRESS RELEASE


April 25, 2012: Arrest Notices 4/20/12 - 4/22/12

Traffic Arrest(s):

On 04/20/2012, an Officer stopped a vehicle within the 200 block of Sheridan Road for Speeding. The driver, Shakita S. Lowery, 24, of Waukegan was subsequently taken into custody after the officer confirmed her Illinois Driver's License was suspended. Lowery was issued citations for Speeding, Operation of an Uninsured Motor Vehicle, and Driving While License Suspended. Lowery was later released by her signature pending a future court date.

On 04/20/2012, an Officer stopped a vehicle within the 200 block of Sheridan Road for Speeding. The driver, Ricardo M. Crawford, 21, of Kenosha, Wisconsin was subsequently taken into custody after the officer confirmed his Wisconsin Operator's License was suspended. Crawford was issued citations for Speeding and Driving While License Suspended. Crawford was later released by a notice to appear pending a future court date.

Warrant Arrest:

On 04/22/2012, Officers were dispatch to a residence within the 2200 block of 12th Street for an unwanted subject complaint. Upon Officer's arrival a subject: Michael S. Jones, 26, of Twin Lakes, Wisconsin was subsequently taken into custody after the Officer's confirmed he had an active Lake County Warrant for his arrest. Jones was later transported to The Lake County Jail pending a bond hearing.

 

Child Endangerment:

On 04/21/2012, Winthrop Harbor Police Officer's were dispatched within the 1400 block of Sheridan Road for a loud music and possible domestic battery complaint. Upon Officer's arrival and further investigation it was discovered an odor of burnt cannabis was detected inside of the room. The Officer's additionally seized cannabis and drug paraphernalia from inside of the room in the presence of two small children who were ages two and three, which resulted in the subsequent arrests of Angelo M. Hoskins, 25, and Brigitte L. Williams, 26, both of Zion. Hoskins was charged with Unlawful Possession of Cannabis, Unlawful Possession of Drug Paraphernalia, and Endangering the Health of a Child. Williams was charged with Endangering the Health of a Child. Hoskins and Williams were later released by their signature pending a future court date.

Note: Any person charged with an offense has the right to be presumed innocent until proven guilty according to law. Persons named herein are merely alleged to have committed the offense(s) they are accused of.

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