Northbrook police reports: Neighbor poured soapy water on dog-sitter

 
Updated 10/20/2021 6:41 PM

The following were reported by the Northbrook Police Department, however, this may not include all cases police have handled. Any charges are only accusations, not findings of guilt.

Oct. 7

 

BURGLARY TO VEHICLE: 1100 Block Skokie Blvd; Lifetime Fitness A bag was taken from an unlocked car.

Oct. 8

HARASSMENT: 1200 Block Landwehr Road. Complainant reported that they had been receiving calls and voicemails from a restricted number.

Oct. 9

RETAIL THEFT: 900 Block Willow Rd; Ulta. Three women and one man took fragrances from the store without paying.

DISORDERLY CONDUCT: 800 Block Willow Rd; Home Goods. Complainant reported that they asked a woman to leave the store because they were not complying with the mask mandate. The subject, after being escorted from the store, expressed their displeasure with the mandate and the store policy.

NEIGHBOR PROBLEM: 1900 Block Cherry Lane. Complainant reported that, while dog sitting for a friend, a neighbor poured soapy water over their balcony onto the complainant. Officer attempted to make contact with the resident regarding the incident but was unable to.

THEFT: 700 Block Skokie Blvd; Mariano's. Complainant reported that when attempting to pay for items, they found that their wallet was missing and, shortly after, started receiving notifications from their credit card accounts that several large purchases had been made.

Oct. 10

UNWANTED SUBJECT: 1500 Block Lake Cook; Apple. Complainant requested assistance with a customer who refused to comply with the mask mandate and also refused to leave the store as requested. The subject did leave the store prior to officer's arrival.

RETAIL THEFT: 200 Block Skokie; Dick's Sporting Goods. Complainant reported that an unknown subject brought numerous items to a register to purchase them then decided not to complete the purchase. After the subject left the store, complainant found that several clothing items had been taken without being paid for.

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