Showing posts from October, 2023

Cops probe bogus bills, domestic battery / Library unveils artwork / Halloween events set

Aggravated Domestic Battery – This never helps a Yelp review. Police responded to the Extended Stay America, 1525 E Busch Parkway, for a domestic disturbance. Upon arrival police met with a victim, who had a physical altercation with another woman who was arrested and charged with Aggravated Domestic Battery, Aggravated Battery/Great Bodily Harm, and Aggravated Battery/Use of a Deadly Weapon. She was detained at the Lake County jail. Man charged in fatal crash -- Buffalo Grove Police, working with assistance from the Lake County Major Crash Assistance Team, and the Cook County State’s Attorney’s Office, have Shalmil Naftaliev, 33, of Hoffman Estates, with a Class 2 Aggravated DUI for being over the legal limit of cannabis at the time of the April 8 crash on Buffalo Grove Road that killed a pedestrian, 81-year-old Alex Gorn of Buffalo Grove. Naftaliev turned himself in On October 4, and was brought to his first court appearance on October 5. Naftaliev was released and will appear in Co

Cops with a cause / Halloween events / Night of Broadway music

  Cops with a cause Members of the Buffalo Grove Police Department are shown around the department’s pink cruiser which was recently rolled out in recognition of Breast Cancer Awareness Month . It will be rolling around town during October. The decals for the car were donated by Suburban Accents, Inc of Rolling Meadows to help raise awareness of breast cancer.   Wild Fork a step closer Despite rampant rumors on social media, Wild Fork meats is still planning to open a store in Buffalo Grove. Village officials have confirmed that Wild Fork “has gone through all the necessary zoning and permitting processes and their building permit is ready to be issued,” adding that the village has informed them that permit is ready. There has not been any communication from Wild Fork regarding the permit.   Pre-construction work to begin on Arlington Heights Road Preliminary work on the reconstruction of a 1.5-mile stretch of Arlington Heights Road from IL-83 to Lake Cook Road is schedul