Showing posts from April, 2023

Gun shots probed / ASHS grabs state title / New principal at Prairie

Buffalo Grove Police are continuing their investigation into a report of gunshots being fired in the parking lot at Garden Fresh Market, 880 S. Buffalo Grove Road on April 11. Reports say officers were summoned to the lot around 11:30 p.m. and on arrival found shell casings in the alley on the north end of the strip mall . Police spoke with the complainant, during which time they learned the situation started as a road rage incident. Reports did not indicate the type of firearm that was discharged. Vacant building vandalized -- Police say a vacant building on Redcliffe Road was vandalized April 13.  Reports say the building, which  is in the beginning stages of interior demolition and remodeling, was damaged by graffiti on the walls, a broken interior window and fire extinguishers being discharged. Officers also discovered that a brown Teddy Bear had been spray painted red. Criminal trespassing – Also on Radcliffe Road, police report six unnamed people received adjudication ticke

Cops probe car theft / Memory Cafe program set / More Lake-Cook development?

  Car swiped --   Police report that a 2018 Chevrolet Traverse LT was stolen from the 400 block of Stillwell Drive. The victim told police the vehicle was parked in the driveway and was stolen between 4 p.m. on April 4 and 7:45 a.m. on April 5. The car was recovered in Chicago. The investigation is ongoing. Woodmans reports thefts –  Store officials at Woodman’s Market, 2550 E. Deerfield Parkway, reported three recent thefts. In one case, a female shopper said she forgot to pay as she pushed her cart towards the exit. She was warned not to return to the store for one year. In a second case, police are continuing their investigation into a female who was caught on video surveillance allegedly stealing $80 worth of merchandise. Meanwhile, in a third case, police report a male shopper reportedly concealed merchandise and left the store without paying. Reports say he “was requested to arrive back to the store to pay for merchandise,” which he did. He received a trespass warning and an adju

Pedestrian killed / Late votes boost D102 referendum / 'Synergy' driving Village planning efforts

  Crash kills pedestrian An 81-year-old Buffalo Grove man was killed after being struck by a vehicle on Buffalo Grove Road north of Golfview Terrace. The man, Alex Gorn, was taken to Northwest Community Hospital where he was pronounced dead. The driver of the vehicle was not injured.  No charges have been filed.   Other Community News Provisional, late ballots give edge to D102 referendum             Residents and officials in Aptakisic-Tripp School District 102 may be taking a cue from the late Yogi Berra when it comes to the $49-million referendum – It ain’t over ‘till it’s over.             While critics and opponents of the referendum were cheering what they thought was a defeat on election day, April 4, the nine-vote margin that indicated a defeat of the measure did not include provision and late-arriving ballots. While results are still listed as unofficial at the Lake County Clerk’s website , the tide for the D102 referendum had changed by late afternoon on April 11