Showing posts from June, 2022

Electric wheelchair stolen / Fireworks set / Holiday trash collection

  Electric wheelchair stolen – A resident on Shady Grove Lane reported to police that an electric-powered wheelchair was stolen from his driveway. Reports say the wheelchair was in a vehicle waiting to be moved inside when it was stolen. Officers were unable to locate the and did not disclose an estimated value of the unit. Man nabbed in domestic case – A complaint against a man at the Extended Stay America hotel led to his arrest for domestic battery. Police reports say Anthony Cook, 45, was arrested based on a warrant issued in Lake County. Another week, another converter stolen – Much like the sparrows come back to Capistrano, another catalytic converter is stolen from a vehicle. The most recent theft occurred June 26 from a vehicle parked at the Extended State America hotel. More than an accident – A report of a traffic accident led to the arrest of a 55-year-old woman for violating an order-of-protection issued in Winnebago County. Police say Bianca Kelser was held brief

Armed robbery under investigation / Hunger walk Sunday / "The Clove" is a go

Police are continuing their investigation into an armed robbery and attempted armed robbery in the 600 block of Trace Drive. Police met with two victims who reported being confronted in the parking lot by an offender who was holding a crowbar and machete. The victims reported they were chased until the offender retreated to a vehicle and drove away.  Police were then met by another victim who was robbed by the same offender, described as, police say, “possibly Hispanic,” minutes earlier in the same location .  The offender was holding a crowbar during the robbery .  Jewelry and money were taken from the victim .  Catalytic converter stolen --  A resident reported to police that their catalytic converter was stolen from their vehicle sometime between June 15 and June 16 in the 700 block of Stradford Circle . Bikes stolen at train station --  Two people reported to police their bicycles were stolen after being left for approximately 40 minutes at the Buffalo Grove train station . In Othe

Charges filed after parking dispute / BG Days parade returns / Free concerts, movies

  Parking dispute leads to charges – A Deerfield man was charged with assault and criminal damage to property after an altercation over a parking spot at Garden Fresh Market, 770 S. Buffalo Grove Road. According to reports, Mikhail Shilshtut, 45, followed the other person involved in the incident and assaulted him and then damaged the windshield of the person’s car. He is scheduled to appear in Cook County court on July 29. Vehicle burgled – Several pieces of property were taken from a vehicle parked in the 0 – 100 block of Bel Aire Court. Reports say the break-in apparently occurred during the overnight hours of June 10. The vehicle’s owner wasn’t sure if the vehicle was locked. Cash stolen from vehicle – A resident reported that someone broke into their car June 10 while it was parked in the parking lot of the Walgreens store at 1701 N. Buffalo Grove Rd. The amount of cash taken was described as “small” according to reports. Vandals smash glass door – Police report that a glass