The following items were taken from Northbrook Police Department reports, news release records. An arrest does not constitute a finding of guilt.
Dylan C. Reading of Northbrook was charged with driving under the influence of alcohol, open transportation of alcohol and driving with a suspended registration Dec. 5. Police observed Redding driving a vehicle with a suspended registration, began following him as he exited the vehicle and was apprehended in the 2000 block of Lavigne Lane. He failed a field sobriety test. He was released on bond and is scheduled to appear in Cook County Court Dec. 19 in Skokie.
Maria C. Trujillo of Park City was charged with driving without a valid license Dec. 5. Police stopped her for a routine traffic matter near the intersection of Skokie Blvd. and Lake Cook Road and learned she did not have a valid license. She was released on bond and is scheduled to appear in Cook County Court Dec. 20 in Skokie.
Emeril England of Highland Park was charged with driving with a suspended license, driving without a valid registration, improper passing and speeding Dec. 4. Police clocked England driving 56 mph in a 30-mph zone, stopped England in the 900 block of Shermer Road and learned her license was suspended. England was released on bond and is scheduled to appear in Cook County Court Dec. 28 in Skokie.
An unknown individual or individuals smashed the window of a building in the 3000 block of Commercial Drive and entered it Dec. 5. Electrical components valued at $5,000 were reported missing.
An unlocked vehicle with the key fob inside was reported stolen while it was parked overnight in the 1900 block of Milton Avenue Dec. 6.
The security staff of a retail business in the 200 block of Skokie Blvd. reported Dec. 6 an unknown individual stole three cellular telephones from the store in September.
A Northbrook resident reported Dec. 4 an unknown individual contacted the resident saying the individual was from a computer repair firm who overcharged the resident. The resident gave the individual access to the resident’s bank account and unknowingly paid the individual $45,000. The resident also mailed the individual $21,500 to an address in California.
A man entered a retail business in the 200 block of Skokie Blvd., grabbed several items and left the store without paying Dec. 7.
A Northbrook resident being treated at a hospital reported Dec. 6 an unknown individual used the resident’s identity to make charges while the resident was at the hospital.
A Northbrook resident reported an unknown individual contacted the resident by telephone telling the resident the individual won the lottery and needed a $50 gift card for the processing fee Dec. 7. When the individual asked for the resident’s banking information, the resident realized it was a scam.
A Northbrook resident reported Dec. 5 an unknown individual contacted the resident by telephone claiming to be the resident’s bank and was asked to send $1,400 to the bank on an app it was testing. When the resident contacted the bank, she was told it was a scam.