Illinois man charged with interfering with police

BY DI STAFF | JANUARY 24, 2012 7:20 AM

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Police charged an Illinois man after he allegedly ran from officers.

Chris Noreikis, 19 was charged Jan. 21 with with possession of a fake ID and interfering with official acts.

According to a report, police found Noreikis, near the intersectoin of Ronalds and Gilbert Streets following reports of a prowler, prompting him to run from officers.

During the chase, the report said an arresting officer slipped on snow, causing a knee injury.

Once apprehended, Noreikis' eyes were allegedly bloodshot, and he was unaware of where he was. The report said police found Noreikis in possession of a fictitious driver's license.

— by Conrad Swanson

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