Showing posts from January, 2023

Cops busy with weapon charges, retail thefts / D102 bond issue / County tax refunds

  Drug, weapon charges follow traffic stop –  A   traffic stop for a missing rear license plate lot resulted in a Michigan man being charged with Aggravated Unlawful Use of Weapon, Manufacture, Deliver, Possession with Intent to Deliver Cannabis- more than 30 grams but less than 500 grams, and Possession of Cannabis- more than 30 grams but less than 1OO grams. Reports say Police observed a car driven by Ryan McDonald, 22, of Albion, Michigan, traveling eastbound on Dundee Road near Weidner Road when they noticed the missing light. Officers stopped the vehicle and met with Ryan. During the course of the traffic stop, officers found that and was in possession of an illegal amount of cannabis, as well as a fully loaded handgun Rash of retail thefts at Woodman’s --  Four shoppers at Woodman’s Market, 1550 E. Deerfield Parkway apparently thought self-checkout meant self discount.             Police were summoned to the store four times recently in response to store security nabbing four sho

Felony charges for truck driver / Aptakisic reconstruction / Benefit concert

Truck driver faces felony drug charges – A 31-year-old Plainfield man was charged with DUI-drugs and two Class Four felony charges for drug possession after a witness contacted the police to report a  semi-truck swerving and striking curbs while being driven northbound on McHenry Road near Buffalo Grove Road. Police responded to the area, found the semi-truck and made a traffic stop at which time they found that Luis Berrios was showing signs of impairment. During their investigation, officers found controlled substances inside Berrios’ semi-truck. Woodman’s hit by retail thefts – A man received an adjudication ticket for retail theft after he was caught trying to swipe $60 worth of goods from Woodman’s Market, 1550 Deerfield Parkway. Police say the items, which were recovered, included broccoli, cauliflower, Tater Tots and a bottle of rum.             In a second incident, police were called to the store on a report of a woman suspected of shoplifting. According to police, a stor

Cops investigate residential, business burglaries / Payment fees jump / Book sale set

Residential burglaries – Buffalo Grove police are investigating three recent residential burglaries. The first occurred on Dec. 23, in the 1900 block of Beverly Lane. The residents told police the home was apparently burglarized sometime between Dec. 21 and 23. Police confirmed forced entry was made to the house and personal items were taken. A second burglary, this one in the 2500 block of Ferndale Court, occurred Dec. 30. The victim told police someone entered his garage and stole personal items. The third reported burglary was reported Dec. 30 in the 2500 Waterbury Lane. The victims told police that someone used forced entry to enter the home between 3:30 and 7:55 p.m. Personal items were reported stolen. Police did not list what was stolen in all three burglaries. Retail burglaries – Police are continuing their investigation into a burglary at Al and Al Liquors, 400 Dundee Road. Police reports say officers responded to a burglary alarm at which time they discovered forced e