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6 | January 25, 2018 | The Homer Horizon NEWS homerhorizon.com Bridal Show Brides and Grooms Pre-Register Online by Jan. 29th. &beeligible for an LED TV drawing! LTHS FOUNDATION Prom Dress Resale 10am-1pm Saturday & Sunday, January 27 & 28 NEW THIS YEAR:: Special occasion and mother-of-the-bride section! Hundreds of top designer prom gowns and homecoming dresses available! Located at: Lockport Township High School East Campus Cafeteria 1333 E. 7th St., Lockport For more info call (815) 588-8121 Free Admission TUESDAY Jan. 30 th 6PM to 8PM Tinley VFW Hall 17147 S. OakParkAve. For moredetails: tinleybridalshow.com Police Reports Woman reportedly steals $446 worth of items at Meijer Visit us online at Homerhorizon.com Samantha A. Ohse, 21, of 24861 W. Michele Drive in Plainfield, was charged Jan. 14 with felony retail theft, possession of cannabis under 10 grams and possession of drug equipment at the Meijer at 14169 S. Bell Road. Deputies were called to the store at 9:11 a.m. and were notified that loss prevention employees were watching Ohse reportedly fill her backpack with merchandise, leave the store without paying, place the items inside her vehicle and return to the store and do it again. Ohse made several trips and was detained from leaving the store, police said. Items stolen allegedly included a shower curtain, five Corelle lunch plates and dinner plates, eight bowls, paper towel holder, napkin holder, coasters, cable fabric, Brita filters, pillowcases, sheet set, candles, hand soaps, razors, shower curtain liner and hooks. The total value of those items is $446, according to police. When deputies went to her vehicle to retrieve the stolen merchandise, they reportedly discovered the cannabis and drug equipment. Jan. 10 • A residence was allegedly entered and had a 55-inch television stolen on the 15000 block of W. 151st Street. Jan. 9 • A 2008 Infiniti G35 was reportedly stolen from the driveway of a residence on the 16000 block of S. Syd Creek Drive. The doors were unlocked, and the key fob was inside at the time of theft, according to police. Jan. 6 • Lukas Butkevicius, 20, of 1501 Darien Lake Drive in Darien, was cited for allegedly speeding, operating an uninsured motor vehicle and no valid driver’s license at W. 143rd Street and S. Lemont Road. Jan. 5 • Patrick Vanhenkelum, 33, of Lockport, was charged with theft at the Speedway at 12502 W. 143rd St. Vanhenkelum was a Speedway employee who was reportedly observed on video surveillance stealing while on duty at work. He was charged with theft under $500, police said. Editor’s note: The Homer Horizon’s police reports come from the Will County Sheriff’s Department’s online news bulletin service. Anyone listed in these reports is considered to be innocent of all charges until proven guilty in a court of law. Important letter from The Horizon to arrive Staff Report We know you get a lot of mail — whether it is information you requested or bills you’d prefer to ignore. Then, every Thursday, you receive your community newspaper, The Homer Horizon, free of charge. This week, you’ll be getting a letter from The Horizon Editor Thomas Czaja that we want to be sure you open, because the letter has a simple but important purpose: We need your help to keep The Horizon free. Every three years, we ask residents to complete a simple task that allows us to send our newspaper for no charge. It’s that time again, and all you have to do is fill out a card requesting the newspaper, sign at the bottom and send it back to us. That card will be arriving in the mail this week, along with the letter from our editor. Even if you returned your request card three years ago, we do still need you to send in a card to renew your request for the newspaper. It is a requirement of the U.S. Postal Service that our readers request the newspaper and renew that request every three years. If you have never sent in a card, we ask that you fill one out and send it in. If you did send a card in the past few weeks, we thank you, and you will not be receiving a letter. As a convenience, the card is also available digitally at HomerHorizon.com, where you can fill it out and submit in just a few seconds. The request card is not a subscription form that requires payment information or anything beyond your name, address and signature. And we promise we will not share your information with outside parties. The information is required by the U.S. Postal Service to ensure The Horizon readers want to receive the free community newspaper. We need you and your neighbors’ signatures to qualify for this important designation that allows us to continue to mail The Horizon free to the residents of and businesses in Homer Glen. The letter you will receive explains the project in more detail, and it also includes a copy of the card so you can send it back right away. Should you happen to misplace the card, do not worry. The project is so important that we print a copy of the card in The Horizon each week. All you have to do is tear it out of the paper, fill it out, and mail or fax it back to us. This week, you’ll find it on Page 9. So, please sign the card and send it back to us. And remind the neighbors!
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