Northbrook police reports

 
 
Updated 10/7/2021 2:11 AM

The following incidents were reported by the Northbrook Police Department, however, this may not include everything reported to the police during that time. Any charges are only accusations, not findings of guilt. For information, call (847) 564-2060 or visit northbrook.il.us.

Sept. 16

 

THREATENING TELEPHONE CALL: 700 Block Skokie. Complainant reported that they received a notification from their bank regarding a fraudulent charge that was placed on their bank account. Shortly after verifying that the charge was not authorized, complainant began receiving threatening calls from an unknown subject.

DUI/AGGRAVATED BATTERY TO PEACE OFFICER: Willow Rd./Salceda Dr. Randall S. Louis, 74, of Glenview, was charged with DUI, aggravated battery to a peace office and improper lane usage. Officer on routine patrol observed a vehicle commit several traffic offenses. Officer stopped the vehicle and determined that the driver was DUI. While in the process of being processed at the police station on the charges, the subject became combative and struck two officers. The Cook County State's Attorney's office was contacted and approved felony charges against the subject. Subject was transported to court for bond.

FRAUD: 1200 Block Techny Rd. Crate and Barrel. Complainant reported that they were alerted to two fraudulent charges that were placed to an on line customers account. The purchases were large sum totals to an out of state location. The customer was able to cancel the second order, but not the first.

Sept. 17

THEFT: 600 Block Greenwood. Complainant reported that unknown subject(s) removed a package that was delivered to their residence without permission.

THEFT: 100 Block Skokie; Trader Joe's. Officer responded to the location regarding two cases of thefts of wallets from complainant's purses by unknown subject(s). In each of the cases, the complainants were notified that their credit cards had been used at several jurisdictions outside of Northbrook after the theft.

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Sept. 18

CRIMINAL DAMAGE PROPERTY: 1800 Block Walters; Village Green. Officer responded to the location regarding unknown subject(s) having caused damage to the bathroom. Officer did not locate any subjects, but did find several soap dispensers removed from a wall, trash cans overturned and paper on the floor and counters.

Sept. 19

THEFT: 3300 Block Lake Knoll Dr. Complainant reported that they have an on line business and had completed a sale which was intended to be a gift. The subject asked the complainant to include a $300.00 gift card with the order and sent the items out as requested by the purchaser. Complainant states that they have not received payment for the item purchased or the gift card as of the time of the report, and also that the gift card had been used to make purchases.

Sept. 21

DISTURBANCE: 300 Block Skokie Blvd; Northshore Family Pet Hospital. Complainant reported that clients of the business regularly allow their dogs to urinate on rocks in front of the building and that the smell comes into the complainant's office.

DISTURBANCE: 1100 Block Skokie Blvd; Lifetime Fitness. A woman was yelling at people not wearing masks in the locker room. The subject was contacted by officers and left without incident.

                                                                                                                                                                                                                       
 

Sept. 22

IDENTITY THEFT: 4000 Block Yorkshire Ln. Complainant reported that unknown subject(s) had used their information in November of 2020 to apply for unemployment benefits without their permission.

IDENTITY THEFT: 900 Block Lee. Complainant reported that unknown subject(s) opened a bank account with their information without permission.

Sept. 23

THEFT: 1500 Block Skokie Bl. Toyota of Northbrook. Complainant reported that during the overnight hours, unknown subject(s) entered the garage and removed four wheels and tires from a vehicle that was being serviced.

Sept. 25

BURGLARY TO VEHICLE: 2400 Block Dundee Rd; Dog Park. Complainant reported that they visited the park and when they returned to their vehicle, they found that unknown subject(s) had broken the driver's side window and removed a purse from within the vehicle. Complainant further related that they were alerted by their bank that one of their credit cards had been used to make a purchase for gift cards in Wheeling.

Sept. 27

RETAIL THEFT: 40 Block Skokie Bl; Old Navy. Complainant reported that two women were observed on video placing multiple items in a bag, then leaving the store in a vehicle.

THEFT FROM VEHICLE: 1500 Block Skokie Blvd. Northbrook Toyota. Complainant reported that unknown subject(s) removed the catalytic converters from four vehicles.

Sept. 28

RETAIL THEFT: 100 Block Skokie Blvd. Saks 5th Avenue, Off Fifth. Complainant reported that two women in their 20s left the store without paying for several items.

Sept. 29

BURGLARY TO VEHICLE: 3000 Block Dundee Rd. Complainant reported that unknown subject(s) broke a driver's side window to their vehicle and entered it. Complainant found the center console rummaged through and the glove box open.

BURGLARY TO VEHICLE: 2900 Block Dundee Rd; Northbrook Racquet Club. Complainant reported that unknown subject(s) broke a passenger side window and removed a pouch from inside the vehicle.

THEFT ATTEMPT: 2400 Block Hampton Ln. Complainant reported that they observed an unknown subject approach a package on their front porch and attempt to take the package. This subject left the package behind and left the area with two other subjects abruptly on foot.

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