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Tribune photo illustration (Nancy Stone / Chicago Tribune)

The following items were taken from police reports:

Tinley Park

•A wallet containing two debit cards was stolen from an unlocked vehicle parked on the 7800 block of 165th Place on March 15.

•A window was smashed and a purse containing a wallet was stolen from a locked vehicle parked in a lot at the Tinley Park Convention Center on March 15.

•A $50 black nylon computer bag and $450 Dell laptop computer were stolen from a vehicle on the 15900 block of Blackwater Court on March 15.

•A 21-year-old University Park woman who sustained a scratch and a 31-year-old Chicago woman whose weave was pulled out were charged with violating a local ordinance against public fighting in connection with a March 15 incident at Odyssey Fun World, 19111 S. Oak Park Ave.

•A 27-year-old Calumet Park man was arrested on an active Palos Hills warrant after he became involved in a verbal altercation with Odyssey Fun World security staff while trying to re-enter the facility March 15.

•A purse containing credit cards, a silver-plated rosary and golden hoop earrings was stolen from an unlocked pickup truck parked at Tinley Fitness Center, 8125 W. 171st St., on March 14.

•The driver's vent window was smashed on a sport utility vehicle parked on the 16000 block of Oak Park Avenue on March 14.

•A projected BB pellet was used to smash a double-pane window, valued at $500, at a home on the 7900 block of 171st Street around midnight March 13-14.

•A resident reported March 13 that an unidentified phone caller, posing as a MasterCard employee, attempted to coerce her into providing financial information about her card.

•A 27-year-old Crestwood man was charged with public indecency after intentionally exposing his buttocks to female shoppers at the Target store at Brookside Marketplace on March 10.

•Wooden pallets were stolen from behind Walt's Food Center, 16039 S. Harlem Ave., for the fourth time in four months on March 10.

•An 84-year-old was charged with retail theft after stealing a headlight and candy with a total value of $40.85 from Menards, 6851 W. 159th St., on March 10.

•A 29-year-old Schererville woman was charged with battery after punching the face of a man who accidentally elbowed her female friend at Teehan's Bar, 17329 Oak Park Avenue, on March 9.

•A window was broken on the north side of Rizza Cadillac, 8425 W. 159th St., on March 8.

New Lenox

•A 37-year-old Kankakee man was charged with DUI, driving on the wrong side of the road, turning without signaling, driving on a suspended license, unlicensed driving, possessing a canceled or suspended driver's license and operating an uninsured motor vehicle during a March 19 traffic stop on the 600 block of U.S. Route 30.

•A 30-year-old Joliet man was charged with retail theft after attempting to use receipts he found to return unpurchased merchandise to Wal-Mart, 501 E. U.S. Route 30, on March 19.

•A 35-year-old Lockport man was charged with driving on a suspended license during a March 20 traffic stop for speeding at the intersection of U.S. Route 30 and Vine Street.