Showing posts from June, 2024

Robbery investigated / Bob McNeely remembered / Green 53?

  Robbery – Police are continuing their investigation into a robbery in the 1200 Block of Johnson Drive. Reports say the victim told police he was robbed while exiting his vehicle while it was parked in a parking space near his residence. The victim, who was not seriously injured, said two male subjects dressed in hoodies took personal items from him. Police say the two left the scene in a black SUV before they arrived. Theft – A resident in the 400 block of Raphael told police – that a battery was stolen from her front lawn. She told police she saw an unknown male grab the battery and leave in a gray pickup truck. Theft – Police say a resident in the 10 block of Canterbury Lane told them that a woman walked up to the door of a residence and took a package that had been delivered. Retail thefts – A 35-year-old Arlington Heights woman was charged with two felony counts of retail theft after she allegedly stole more than $300 of goods from Woodman’s on two separate occasions

Car crime / Cross-connection survey / Fee hike ahead?

  Vehicle break-ins -- Buffalo Grove police are investigating a recent rash of break-ins for motor vehicles. Reports say a resident in the 400 block of Navajo Trail found the driver door to his truck open and items scattered across the front seats. Nothing was taken from the vehicle. A similar incident was reported in the 90 block of Glendale where, police say, a resident said two vehicles were entered. The vehicle owner told police doors on both vehicles were ajar and the interiors had been ransacked. Police also report a third incident, this one in the 50 block of Crestview Lane, where four vehicles were broken into and each vehicle's center console had been removed and placed on the seats . Meanwhile, police say a fourth incident was reported in the 10 block of Crestview Lane where, like the other incidents, the contents of his vehicle's center console were removed and placed on the seat of the vehicle. A fifth incident was reported in the 400 Lau

Break-in probed / Farmers Market opens Sunday / Flag Day ceremony

  Residential burglary – Police are continuing their investigation into a burglary at a home in the 800 Block of Hollystone Lane. Police say the residents estimate the time of the break-in was between 9 p.m. on June 1 and 9 a.m. on June 2. Reports say various items were taken, but did not detail what was taken or the estimated value of the loss. Out on a limb -- A 39-year-old Buffalo Grove man received five citations after police responded to a crash in the 700 block of White Pine Road. Upon arrival police observed a vehicle that crashed into a tree. The driver, police say, was found in the driver’s seat of the vehicle that crashed into the tree. Police say the driver showed signs of alcohol impairment. He was arrested and charged with DUI, speeding, driving too fast for conditions, operating an uninsured motor vehicle, and having license plate covers, he was then released from custody. He was not cited for damaging city property, as is the case in some municipa