September 25, 2022

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Law enforcement Experiences: Person arrested for exposing himself burglars strike at Wilmette, Winnetka golfing programs several autos stolen

These stories had been pulled from the newest police summaries delivered by departments in our coverage place (Wilmette, Winnetka, Northfield, Kenilworth and Glencoe).

KENILWORTH

June 3

• Kenilworth police arrested an Elgin man who allegedly exposed himself to a team of juveniles all over 7:30 a.m. near Inexperienced Bay Highway and Kenilworth Avenue. The alleged offender was in his car, police informed The File, when the incident transpired and an grownup woman who reportedly witnessed the incident called law enforcement, who followed details about the motor vehicle and suspect to locate the guy in the 1300 block of Chestnut Road in Wilmette.

May perhaps 31

• A resident’s particular facts reportedly was acquired after the resident responded to an electronic mail about a order dispute.

WILMETTE

June 2

• About $600 worth of retail goods reportedly ended up stolen from Walgreens, 3232 Lake Ave.

• Two unlocked bicycles reportedly have been stolen immediately after the house owners still left them outside of Elmwood Dunes.

• Two rings valued at $7,300 reportedly had been stolen from a vehicle parked at the Wilmette Golf Study course, 3900 Fairway Travel. A individual program consumer reportedly observed folks in the user’s auto at 4:16 p.m.

June 1

• A motor vehicle with the crucial fob within reportedly was stolen between 3-3:19 a.m. from the 800 block of Chilton Lane. The motor vehicle was recovered by Chicago police at 9:03 p.m. the same day.

Could 31

• A car or truck that reportedly was stolen was pursued by Wilmette police at 3:19 a.m. around Wilmette Junior Large University in the 700 block of Locust Highway. The car or truck crashed in close proximity to Regina Dominican High School, and law enforcement reportedly apprehended the juvenile driver. Police say the auto was stolen from Glenview on Might 30.

• A bicycle reportedly was stolen from Harper Faculty, 1101 Dartmouth St., among May possibly 27-31.

Could 29

• Objects reportedly were stolen from an unlocked automobile in the 1000 block of Elmwood Avenue.

Might 28

• Electronics reportedly were stolen from Rose Corridor Montessori University, 1140 Wilmette Ave.

May perhaps 27

• Property reportedly was harmed soon after a break-in at the internet site of the Baker Sq. creating, 200 Skokie Blvd.

WINNETKA

Could 27

• Business office materials and golf merchandise worthy of extra than $5,000 reportedly were being stolen from a secured setting up at the Winnetka Golfing Club, 1300 Oak Road.

May well 24

• A purse made up of Apple Air Pods, money, credit history playing cards and more reportedly was stolen from Mino’s Italian Restaurant, 985 Inexperienced Bay Highway. The described sum of reduction is $2,340.

• A resident’s individual details reportedly was employed to open up multiple cell phone and retail accounts.

May perhaps 23

• An unlocked automobile reportedly was stolen right away from the roadway in the 1100 block of Oak Avenue.

• An unlocked car or truck in the 200 block of Cherry Road reportedly was entered overnight but nothing at all was taken out

• An unlocked motor vehicle reportedly was stolen right away from the 200 block of Linden Avenue.

GLENCOE

• A bicycle reportedly was stolen from the 1000 block of Forestway Generate.

• A credit rating card reportedly was open up in a resident’s name without having the resident’s authorization.

• Two packages reportedly had been stolen from the entrance porch of a home in the 1000 block of Hohlfelder Highway.

NORTHFIELD

Nothing described involving May well 23-Could 29 that suits The Record’s editorial suggestions for publication.

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