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Orland Park police are asking for the public’s help in locating a man who reportedly brandished a handgun in an attempted robbery outside Orland Square Mall.

Police received a 911 call at 11:02 a.m. Nov. 27 regarding a 72-year-old woman who said a man tried to rob her outside the mall, according to a press release issued Dec. 3 by the Orland Park Police Department.

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Miguel I. Ochoa, 31, of 15316 Treetop Drive in Orland Park, was charged with one count of public indecency, a Class A misdemeanor, after he touched himself under his clothing while at the Franklin Loebe Recreation Center, 14650 Ravinia Ave., according to a press release issued Feb. 8 by the Orland Park Police Department.
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A 55-year-old woman whose last known address was in Orland Park reportedly died at the scene Thursday, Dec. 29, following a head-on vehicular collision in Palos Park. Palos Park police were advised around 9:04 p.m. of multiple 911 calls regarding a head-on collision on 123rd Street, between Wolf Road and Will-Cook Road, according to a statement posted Friday, Dec. 30, on the “Palos Park PD” Facebook page.
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A 40-year-old man with a history of attacking his ex-fiancée was found dead at the scene in the early morning of Feb. 17 after police say he removed a monitoring device, invaded the ex’s Orland Park home and attacked her with a hammer.

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What started as a disappointing night for Sandburg senior Grace Wierus turned into a semester-long phenomenon for Wierus and her classmates in Kathy Krueger’s college algebra class at Sandburg High School.
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What started as a dream was built into a legacy by Antonio “Tony” Martino, the late owner of Village Pizza. For more than 40 years, he delighted Tinley Park families and his own with recipes and an approach to life that started in a small town in southern Italy.
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Orland Park’s 7 Day Spa has been closed, pending a hearing over alleged ordinance violations regarding two employees who were charged with prostitution.

Manling Feng, 58, of 330 W. Cermak Road in Chicago, and Lisha Zhou, 32, 454 W. 24th St. in Chicago, were each charged with one count of prostitution after they allegedly offered to perform sex acts on an undercover police officer for money at the business, 14406 John Humphrey Drive.

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As in the past, The Orland Park Prairie newspaper is asking for your help in renewing its special class of mail that enables free delivery of an award-winning newspaper to your Orland Park home or business every single week.
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