Showing posts from May, 2021

IN THIS ISSUE: Memorial Day remembrances / Holiday trash collection / Holiday closures

  Remember someone who served             You can remember those who served by sharing the stories of those who fought and died for our freedom.             Lake County is giving people the chance to submit an Honor Post, consisting of a photo, written tribute and the hometown location of a fallen hero at this website. All Lake County offices will be closed in observance of Memorial Day, Monday, May 31. Trash, recycling collection delayed Garbage and recycling collection will be on a holiday schedule this week due to Memorial Day, Monday, May 31. Residents' refuse and recycling collection will be delayed by one day later than usual through Saturday. Click here for more. Village Hall closed Village Hall will be closed on Monday, May 31 in observance of the Memorial Day holiday. Normal business hours will resume Tuesday, June 1 from 8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. Lake County Sheriff’s office warns of scam The Lake County Sheriff’s Office is investigating several deceptive pr

Low Pants / Alteration Altercation / Way Cleared for Rec Pot

  Police Reports No ifs, and, or butts about it – A manager at a gas station summoned police to report that a customer with "lots of tattoos” and long black hair came into the station and became belligerent and made a verbal threat towards him after he asked her to pull her pants up. The customer had left prior to the officers’ arrival. Reports did not indicate if her pants were up as she left or why they were low to begin with. Alteration altercation -- An officer responded to cleaners in the   400 block of west Half Day Road about a dispute. A staff member told police that the customer felt she was charged too much for alterations so the complainant reduced the cost.   After processing the charge, the customer took all copies of the credit card receipts and left the store. Funny money – An employee at the Potbelly Sandwich Shop on north Milwaukee Ave. reported that a subject came into the restaurant asking to exchange a $100 bill for smaller bills. Reports say that the bil

IN THIS EDITION: Long lawns, unhappy neighbors and dead appointees

Police Reports Assault charges filed -- A resident in the 600 block of Bordeaux Court contacted police about a confrontation between her and a neighbor, who came to her front door. The complainant wished to sign complaints and the neighbor was charged with assault. Wheels, tires swiped -- Wheels and tires were reported stolen from a vehicle parked in a parking lot in the 1000 block of Fremont Court. Unhappy parker   – A tow truck driver who is contracted to remove vehicles parked improperly on private property, reported a disturbance to police. Reports say he had just removed a vehicle from a parking lot, and was stopped at a red traffic light at Lake-Cook and Buffalo Grove roads when a female approached his truck, opened his door and demanded that he released her car. The female was still on scene when officers arrived and spoke with them about the situation. Both parties were calm upon their departure.   I fought the lawn:   Pt. 1 -- An officer responded to a complaint of

IN THIS EDITION: Liquor swiped, drive-in Bingo planned, Bags League offered

Police Reports Lotta liquor – A manager at the Walgreens, 15 N. Buffalo Grove Road, told police two subjects left the store concealing 24 bottles of alcohol in their clothing and made physical contact with her shoulder as they left the store. The estimated value of the stolen alcohol is over $500.00 Speaking of Walgreens -- Police reports that an employee contacted them to say that a customer attempted to exchange a fake $100 bill for a small purchase and change. The customer left the store prior to officers arriving. Car damaged – A resident told police that he returned to his parked vehicle and found his side middle window broken. The complainant reported nothing was missing from the vehicle. Suspicious vehicle, circumstance – A resident in the 100 block of Manchester Lane told police that a vehicle with a male occupant was parked near his residence while his daughters played in the front yard. He said that the vehicle drove off after he came outside. Officers checked the