Police Blotter for July 3
Updated: August 6, 2012 11:32AM
The following incidents were listed in the official reports of the Northbrook Police Department. Readers are reminded that an arrest by police does not constitute a finding of guilt; only a court of law can make that determination.
An employee of Dominick’s Finer Foods on the 4100 block of Dundee Road approached June 29 an older man and told him not rifle through the dumpsters. The man pushed the employee away, then left the area. The employee told police that the man had been told on several occasions not to do that. Officers checked the area, but did not find the man.
A burglar on the night of June 26 stole an unlocked dark green/black Cannondale bicycle valued at $800 from a secured bike room on the east side of a building on the 1400 block of Shermer Road.
A woman reported June 29 that after locking and parking her vehicle at the Racquet Club on the 2900 block of Dundee Road she returned to find the passenger-side window broken and her purse, which she placed under the front passenger seat, taken. The purse containing credit cards and a checkbook was valued at $2,000.
Someone on June 27 broke the right rear window of a vehicle parked on the 1500 block of Maple and removed a purse from the floor beneath the rear seat. The purse contained identification, credit cards and a check book. The loss and damage was estimated at $650.
A burglar on June 26 broke into a rental vehicle parked on the 4000 block of Lake Cook Road and stole a brief case containing a Dell laptop computer, a checkbook, cash and miscellaneous papers. The value of the loss was estimated at $1,070.
Someone on June 27 placed a foaming detergent in the water fountain at the Park District property at Shermer and Meadow.
Someone on June 25 damaged the front left bumper of a vehicle parked on the 2000 block of Maple Avenue. The vandal pushed the bumper in at one spot causing the corner to pop loose and protrude.
OBSTRUCTION OF JUSTICE
James Myers, 19 of 2006 Jarvis, Chicago, was charged June 27 with attempting to obstruct justice by refusing to provide his identity while soliciting money for a scam basketball tournament on the 800 block of Willow Road, police said. He also was wanted on a $25,000 Wilmette warrant for the same thing. A $1,500 bond was set for the Northbrook charge. A court date is pending.
A truck on the night of June 25 was reported stolen from a parking lot on the 3000 block of Shermer Road. The truck and trailer, which were valued at $40,000, were carrying about 20,000 pounds of steel beams.
Someone on June 27 removed $100 cash and a debit card from the wallet of a student at Glenbrook North High School on the 2300 block Shermer. The wallet was in his backpack.
Nicolet E. Raczynski, 20, of 2030 Lavigne, Northbrook, on June 26 was cited with underage drinking on the 1400 block of Western. A July 27 court date was set.