On Jan. 30 at 3:46 p.m. officers were dispatched to the 7700 block of South Leclaire Ave., Burbank on a report of two men who appeared to be intoxicated. The men were described to be walking down the street discarding cans.
According to the responding officer’s report, he observed two males in the area fitting the description and stopped to speak with them.
The officer stated in his report that he “observed both subjects to have a large open can of Icehouse beer in each hand.” The officer further observed both men to have red glassy eyes and were swaying as he spoke to them.
The men were later identified the men as Anthony Frelich, 39, of the 9000 block of South Ridgeland Ave., Oak Lawn and Richard Galvin, 45, of the 1600 block of West Lemoyne St., Chicago.
When the officer asked the pair if they had been drinking recently, both men answered “Yes” and Frelich told the officer that he had discarded an empty beer can on the street shortly before being stopped, according to the report.
Both Frelich and Galvin were charged with public intoxication. They are scheduled to appear Mar. 16 at the Bridgeview Courthouse on the charges.
Section 9-36 of the City of Burbank municipal code reads, “It shall be unlawful for any person to be in a state of intoxication in any highway, street, alley, thoroughfare or public place, or to the annoyance of any person in any private house or place.”