Showing posts from February, 2024

Burglaries probed / BGHS athletic field overhaul / Congressional art contest

Residential burglary –  Police report that a home in the 600 block of Aspen Drive was burgled sometime Feb. 18. Police say residents told them everything inside the house was ransacked. Police did not report what was reportedly taken from the home or how it was entered. Catalytic converter swiped –  Police say a resident in the 701 block of Grove reported that his catalytic converter was taken from his car. Retail theft –  Police responded to the Walgreen drug store, 15 N. Buffalo Grove Rd., after employees contacted them saying two unknown men came into the store and stole two bottles of alcohol and left in a black Mazda without paying. Reports did not indicate the cost of the liquor. Breaking and entering  --   Police report that two men entered the Mobil station, 10 W. Dundee shortly after midnight on Feb. by shattering the glass door. Once inside, reports say the two men unsuccessfully attempted to remove the ATM located just inside the entrance to the gas station. They then left t

Battery, burglary probed / Mo Welborn remembered / Valentine's Day cards wanted

  Domestic battery --  Police responded to Chase Plaza at the corner of Lake-Cook and Arlington Heights roads after a woman told them she was “battered” by a man during a domestic dispute. The man was charged with felony aggravated battery of a pregnant victim, and domestic battery. Police reports did not indicate the man’s court date. Residential burglary –  Officers responded to the 900 block of Lucinda Drive in response to a report of residential burglary. Upon arrival police met with a resident who said someone entered her home and stole various items. This investigation is ongoing. Messy vandalism –  A resident in the 1000 block of Greenridge Road reported that someone poured milk over one of their cars and eggs and barbecue sauce on a second car in addition to throwing eggs on the garage door and siding of garage. Retail theft-  Employees at the Walgreens at 1701 N. Buffalo Grove Rd. summoned police after they said they observed two Hispanic females taking merchandise. Reports sa