Alsip Man arrested after allegedly pulling knife on Menards Employees


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BRADLEY – An Alsip man was arrested Wednesday after reportedly pulling a knife on Menards employees.

According to Bradley Police, store personnel attempted to stop 38-year-old Marcus A. Phelan of Alsip outside of the store Wednesday after he reportedly tried to steal drills from the retailer.  That’s when Phelan reportedly pulled a knife on store employees before taking off on foot.

Police later found Phelan nearby on Uncle Leo Drive hiding behind a car.  A knife was located under the car.  Phelan was booked on charges of felony retail theft along with aggravated assault and was held on $25,000 bond.


  1. I’m sayun this once dawg don’t steal no cap wit deez pimps dey finna real good chumps. I stole frem everywere n none gots me gud like these security men. Fuk menards n they security, stay away I warned ya.


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