$1.6,000 jacket, Louis Vuitton bag stolen from gym locker: blotter

NORTHBROOK, IL – The following information is from the Northbrook Police Department and Court Records as a record of incidents reported to police and those arrested on criminal charges, which represent state charges that are often dropped or reduced. Updated information may be available from the Cook County Clerk of the Circuit Court. Anyone arrested is presumed innocent unless found guilty by a court beyond reasonable doubt.

ARRESTS

ILLEGAL USE OF A WEAPON

Loany Guilen, of Wheeling, Aaron Alvarez Guerrero, of Round Lake, and Zuriel J. Rodriguez, of Mundelein, are charged with unlawful use of a weapon and were arrested at 2:21 a.m. on February 13, in the 2500 block of Windrush Way. An officer on routine patrol saw a heavily tinted vehicle in the residential area and obtained probable cause to search the vehicle and car occupants. Police recovered a stolen Smith and Wesson SD9VE and a Glock 19.

SUSPENDED/REVOKED DRIVER’S LICENSE

Abel Ponce-Tavira is charged with having a suspended registration, driving on a revoked driver’s license and was arrested at 8:07 a.m. on February 15 at Shermer and Techny roads. No bond was offered due to enhanced felony traffic charges. Ponce-Tavira was taken to Skokie Court Bond.

DRIVING UNDER THE INFLUENCE

  • Steven Mandrea, of the 1300 block of Horizon Lane, Northbrook, is charged with driving under the influence, speeding, suspended registration, no insurance, and was arrested at 11.01pm on February 15, in the 300 block of Walters Avenue. Bail was set at $1,000 and a March 23 court date was assigned.
  • Paul E. Richards, of the 1000 block of Whitfield Road, Northbrook, is charged with driving under the influence, improper parking, open booze and was arrested at 6.03pm on February 17, in the 1000 block of Midway. He was released after posting $1,000 bond and assigned a March 23 court date.

RETAIL THEFT

Desiree Skipper and Lucretia Daniels are both charged with retail theft and were arrested at 6.18pm on February 16 in the 100 block of Skokie Valley Road. Highland Park Police have requested the presence of Northbrook Police at the Highland Park Ulta after two retail robbers were arrested. It was determined that several items from the Ulta in Northbrook had also been taken. The offenders were arrested by Highland Park Police. Officers responded to Highland Park to determine if the items had been taken from the Ulta in Northbrook. Upon investigation, it was determined that the items were taken from Ulta to Northbrook.

SPEEDING

Timothy Kern, of the 1800 block of Ridge Avenue, Evanston, is charged with going 26-34mph over the speed limit and was arrested at 9.39am on February 17 on Dundee and Lee roads. Kern was released after posting $2,500 bond and a March 31 court date was assigned.


LAST WEEK: $10-15,000 purses stolen from Nordstrom rack


INCIDENTS

FLIGHT

A customer of Lifetime Fitness, 1100 blocks from Skokie Boulevard, reported at 1:58 p.m. Feb. 13 that at some point during her visit, someone removed items from her locker. She said her black Patagonia jacket and Louis Vuitton bag were removed. The total loss is over $1,600.

STOLEN VEHICLE

A resident of the 1200 block of Sunset Ridge Road called police to report that between Feb. 13-14, someone took his parked vehicle unlocked. Inside the vehicle was the plaintiff’s wallet, containing a driver’s license, social security card and two credit cards, as well as $100 in cash. The resident said the keys remained in the vehicle.

VEHICLE BREAK-IN

One person reported that on February 14, she parked her vehicle at Northbrook Court, 1500 blocks from Lake Cook Road. When he returned to his vehicle, his driver’s license, debit card and credit cards were no longer in his center console. He said his credit card was used at Target in Highland Park, but the card was declined at the store.

FBI HELP

A Northbrook police officer stood by at 5.49am on February 16 while FBI agents executed a search warrant in the 2100 block of Ash Lane and a woman was arrested without incident.


Source link

Comments are closed.