Updated: September 3, 2012 12:48PM
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.
A resident of the 2900 block of MacArthur discovered July 23 that three of his trucks had been broken into and a number of power tools taken from each. The victim is still assessing his losses.
A burglar on July 23 removed the small window of a truck parked on the 3000 block of Commercial, crawled inside and removed a number of tools from the vehicle.
Someone on July 24 stole a Mac Book Air valued at $2,000 from a vehicle parked on 4000 block of Dundee Road.
Vandals on July 29 smashed a large concrete planter at the Metra Railroad underpass on the 2000 block of Cherry Lane. A bench and another planter also were overturned on Meadow Road.
Manjit Sandhu, 59, of 170 Wellington, Northbrook, was arrested and charged July 25 with two counts of domestic battery. An Aug. 2 court date was set.
Robert W. Sakas, 19, of 620 Michelline, Northbrook, was arrested and cited July 22 for possession of marijuana after police said they found him with a bag of the drug on the 100 block of Fairview. An Aug. 12 court date was set.
Luis A. Ramos Guete, 21, of 431 S. Euclid Ave., Oak Park, was arrested and charged July 28 with driving under the influence of alcohol and improper lane use, after police said he was driving erratically near Sanders and Walters. An Aug. 29 court date was set.
ORDER OF PROTECTION
Manjit Sandhu, 59, of 170 Wellington, Northbrook, was arrested and charged July 25 with the violation of an order of protection, police said. Sandhu, who had been arrested and charged earlier in the day with domestic battery, was served the order during his bond hearing. However, his alleged victim arrived on the 100 block of Wellington to find Sandhu inside her home. An Aug. 2 court date was set.
Sabri Mouloudi, 58, of 2930 N. Pinegrove, Chicago, was arrested and charged July 25, his birthday, with felony retail theft after police said he entered the Nordstrom Rack on the 100 block of Skokie Boulevard carrying a pair of jeans, and took another pair into a fitting room. However, when he exited, he was carrying only one pair of jeans. Further investigation revealed he removed the security tags from the jeans he picked up from the store display and placed the jeans into the jeans he brought into the store. He was carrying a “booster” containing the jeans, as well as two pairs of sunglasses, for which he also had not paid. The total value of the property was about $290. He was held without bond. An Aug. 8 court date was set.
Helen Y. Kim, 18, of 2508 Old Glenveiw Road, Wilmette, was charged July 23 with retail theft after police said she placed a jacket valued at $2,995 in her purse and walked past the last point of purchase at Neiman Marcus on the 1500 block of Lake Cook Road. Inside her purse also were other items valued at $2,423, making the total value of the items she had allegedly taken $5,418. An Aug. 21 court date was set.
Augustine Klavons, 18, of 1471 Wedgewood Drive, Lake Forest, on July 23 was cited for retail theft after police said he was stopped past the last point of purchase after taking a pair of Ray-Ban sunglasses, valued at $145. An Aug. 29 court date was set.
A woman who on July 28 entered a dressing room at Chico’s on the 1500 block of Lake Cook Road with nine dresses, left the store with six, but never stopped at the cash register to pay for them. The loss was estimated at $1,014.
A woman about 20 years old on July 24 stole a Motorola Xoom 3G tablet valued at $399 from Best Buy on the 1000 block of Willow Road. She left in a vehicle driven by a male with a young child in the rear seat.
Someone on July 23 took one of the outside wrought iron tables valued at $200 from the 1300 block of Shermer Road.
A thief between July 7 and July 9 stole two used desktop personal computers that were placed near the main entrance of a building on the 200 block of Revere Drive.
A property manager who works on the 1300 block of Shermer Road discovered July 25 when he arrived for work that someone had stolen two stop signs from the rear private parking lot.