Showing posts from May, 2024

Dirt biker bagged / Pride Month kicks off / "Seamless Summer" set

  Fleeing or attempting to elude a peace officer – A 22-year-old Arlington Heights woman is facing four charges after she failed to stop for a traffic stop – on a dirt bike. Police attempted to stop the woman who was on a “dirt motorcycle” for driving without side mirrors, brake lights, or headlight near Old Arlington Heights and Dundee roads. Reports say officers activated their emergency lights and sirens, but the driver did not stop. The driver and dirt motorcycle were found near Oak Creek Drive with the driver running away from police on foot before being apprehended. She was charged with fleeing and eluding a peace officer, possession of Cannabis over 100 grams, intent to deliver, and resisting/obstructing a police officer. Snoozing driver faces multiple charges -- A 31-year-old Buffalo Grove man faces several charges – after police responded to complaints about a man asleep behind the wheel of a vehicle at the corner of Weidner and Bernard roads. Upon arrival, officers met wit

Battery cases reported / Memorial Day observance set / Armadillos?

  Domestic battery –   Officers responded to the ten block of Oak Creek Drive for a report of a domestic disturbance. Upon arrival police met with a victim, who said she had an altercation with a 35-year-old man. After speaking to both parties about the altercation, the man was charged with domestic battery violence. Battery – A 65-year-old woman was charged with battery after an allocation with another person in their residence in the 1200 block of Franklin. Reports say the woman threatened and then attacked the other person. Car part theft— Buffalo Grove police say a resident in the 1200 block of Johnson Drive reported the muffler and exhaust system was “slightly detached” from the bottom of the vehicle. Reports say the right exhaust and muffler were taken. Bike swiped – A customer at the Dairy Queen at 702 S. Buffalo Grove Road told police that her bike was stolen while she was inside. Reports say the bike was in the bike rack by Garden Fresh, which is in

Road-rage assault / Statesman tops again / Bison Crossing sparks hopes

  Criminal damage to property, assault --  Police responded to the Shell station at 1200 N. Arlington Heights Road on report of a road-rage incident that led to criminal damage to a vehicle and an alleged assault. Reports say officers met with a complaint, who said he accidently cut off another driver and was followed into the gas station by a male in a white Toyota Prius. Police say the driver of the Toyota blocked the complainant in his parking space. The male .subject reportedly got out of his car and began yelling at the complainant. He then reportedly took out a large knife and motioned towards the complainant. The complainant began to run away  at which time the offender slashed his rear driver-side tire, and then drove away southbound towards Fremont Way. This investigation is ongoing. Burglaries to motor vehicles  -- Two residents told police that their wallets were stolen from their cars in separate incident while they were parked at Rick Drazner Park, 401 W Aptakisic Rd I