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Plainfield Police Blotter: Man Charged with Violating Restraining Order; Arrests for DUI, Possession, Assault

Arrests reported by Plainfield police, other agencies, Nov. 22-24.

Nov. 24

Michael R. Slaboszewski, 20, of the 24000 block of Illini, Plainfield, was arrested by Plainfield police and charged with aggravated assault, interfering with the reporting of domestic violence, consumption of liquor by a minor and criminal damage to government property, according to Will County jail records. Bond information was not available Sunday night.

Nov. 23

Jeanine Glennon, 43, of the 23000 block of W. Lockport St., Plainfield, was arrested by Plainfield police and booked into the Will County jail on a charge of domestic battery, according to jail records. Bond amount was $500.

Charles Meyer, 21, of the 2000 block of Heatherstone, Plainfield, was arrested by Plainfield police and booked into the Will County jail on charges of possession of a controlled substance and possession of drug paraphernalia, according to jail records. Bond amount was $500.

Karol E. Nosal, 24, of the 12000 block of Hawks Bill Court, Plainfield, was arrested by Plainfield police and charged with driving under the influence of alcohol, failure to notify the owner of a damaged/unattended vehicle, improper traffic lane use and obstructing justice/destroying evidence, police said. Bond amount was $1,000.

Nov. 22

Elbert Maldonado, 43, of the 5300 block of Meadowbrook, Plainfield, was arrested by Joliet police and booked into the Will County jail on a charge of violating an order of protection, police said. Bond amount was $10,000.

David Anderson November 27, 2012 at 03:42 PM
30% of injuries and deaths from domestic violence are male. What more do you need? last time I checked death was not a scratch. But I guess you are far more intelligent than a group of Harvard researchers that surveyed 11,000 people right? And be honest and ask yourself what happens when the police arrive at a domestic violence scene. You know the answer so do you think maybe the arrest records are less relevant than a mass of research studies that you choose to ignore; studies that speak to men AND women about their experiences? Not filtered through a sytem that is heavily skewed in one direction. You seriously have issues with just admitting you were wrong. Doesn't make you less of a man there Ernie. It really doesn't.
Ernie Knight November 27, 2012 at 03:52 PM
David, I will happily admit making a mistake, when I make one. Your vaunted research cited, does NOT take into account the SEVERITY of abuse, does NOT show CRIME DATA, does NOT show probable cause that domestic crime occurred, and was conducted by PHONE. Phone surveys are nice, unverified, source data for a study. They are NOT hard crime data. You are misinterpreting the results. Show me equal number of domestic homicides for men and women. Show me equal numbers of arrests for domestic crime. The FBI Uniform Crime Reporting statistics are authoritative. Male officers are NOT inherently biased against men. Your research does NOT trump reality.
Ernie Knight November 27, 2012 at 03:58 PM
Personally, I'll take the word of sworn police officers, detectives and forensic specialists on-scene at a domestic crime, over a PHONE SURVEY by a Harvard researcher. How many injuries did that PHONE research observe? How many bodies did it find? Academia has never had strong roots in reality.
Kevin S November 27, 2012 at 11:46 PM
This particular blotter seems an odd one to post a comment about women never getting charged with DV. Although extremely rare, this blotter does include "Jeanine Glennon, 43, of the 23000 block of W. Lockport St., Plainfield, was arrested by Plainfield police and booked into the Will County jail on a charge of domestic battery, according to jail records."
Lisa S. November 28, 2012 at 12:56 AM
Why have all the comments been hijacked by a bunch of men in an apparent p***ing match? Men hit women, women hit men, yes it exists, yes more men probably get arrested. The assumption of most people (wrong or right) is that it is men can hurt women and women can't get away... while most men presumably can't be hurt by a woman and can get away. The numbers and statistics are all skewed to whatever outcome you are looking for by what parameters you set and what data gets 'disqualified'. Like anything else, it's just a numbers game.

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