1201 Cedar Lane, Northbrook, IL 60062
The following incidents were included in the official reports of the Northbrook Police Department for the week of June 3 through June 9. Any persons listed are assumed to be innocent until found guilty by a court of law. It is the policy of this site to not to print the names af anyone under 18 years of age or those whose age cannot be determined from the police report.
On Friday it was reported that Erica H. Beyl of 887 Oak Street in Winnetka was stopped for a moving violation. She was determined to be DUI and taken to the police department for processing. She was released on bond.
On Friday police reported to a complaint of a man driving a Buick, striking a light pole, and driving away in an erratic manner. Ryan Krepak of 605 Gregg was stopped by police. Upon exiting his car, he lost his balance several times. He stated that he had not been drinking but that he had taken a prescription medication prior to driving. He was taken to the police station for processing and released on bond.
On Monday it was reported that Saleh I. Sawsan of 784 Greenwood was charged with Consumption of Alcohol by a Minor. She was issued a citation.
On Wednesday Sarah T.
Bammesberger of 4171 Picardy in Northbrook was charged with Domestic Battery and Violation of an Order of Protection.It was reported that Miss Bammesberger became out of control when she found out that she was being driven home while under the influence of alcohol. This was in violation of an order of protection. She then reached over the driver and shut off the car. She reportedly began to pull the driver out of the car and throw her on the ground while slapping and punching her. Ms. Bammesberger was taken to the police station for processing and held for court.
On Friday on the 1700 block of Pfingsten it was reported that a MacBook Pro and charger were taken from a locked car. There was no sign of forced entry.
On Thursday on the 2400 block of Asbury a homeowner reported that someone entered his garage and removed a case of beer. There were no signs of forced entry.
On Thursday on the 200 block of Skokie Hwy. it was reported that a laptop was taken from a locked car. There were no signs of forced entry.
On Thursday on the 2200 block of Greenview Rd. it was reported that someone entered a construction site and defaced the property under construction.
On Thursday on the 600 block of Burgland a homeowner reported having to contact AT&T when her home phone stopped working. The AT&T technician stated that someone had damaged the telephone box with a screwdriver and the wiring had been damaged.
On Thursday on the 1800 block of Western it was reported that someone damaged a garbage can with fireworks. Damage is estimated at $750.
On Monday on the 800 block of Bach it was reported that someone used a bottle to damage a windshield.
On Monday on the 3400 block of Whirlaway Dr. it was reported that someone broke the bottom spring on a riding horse in the play lot. Damage is estimated at $500.
On Wednesday police reported responding to a complaint on the 1800 block of Clover. A car with six passengers was stopped. The driver stated that he drove his friends to a party but they left
because there were too many minors at the party. A metal grinder containing cannabis and a flask was turned over to police. All occupants of the car with the exception of the driver, smelled of alcohol. Citations were issued.
On Wednesday it was reported that Gregg Pavalon of 1840 Clover violated his parental responsibility when a party occurred on the 1800 block of Clover. Police making a neighborhood check found juveniles running away from the house throughout the neighborhood. Mr. Pavalon stated that he knew there was a party but had not checked on it in some time. He did not provide the alcohol and didn’t know there was any present. He admitted that he should have checked on the party sooner before it got out of control.
On Monday on the 2200 block of Founders Dr. it was reported that someone entered and removed items from a construction site. Loss is estimated at $560.
On Tuesday at Northbrook Court it was reported that a male and female took $644 worth of fragrance from a store without paying. Northbrook Court Security was able to locate the pair
in the parking lot. The suspects dropped the bag and security was able to recover the merchandise. After securing a dropped bag of stolen property in the parking lot of Northbrook Court they found that it contained a pair of pants valued at $338 along with other stolen merchandise.
On Tuesday at GBN it was reported that two cell phones went missing.
On Friday it was reported that someone took four hanging flower baskets and plants from the 2700 block of Techny Rd.
On Wednesday a man reported hearing noises outside of his home located on the 1900 block of Clover. He found 2-3 people inside of his car that was parked on the driveway. The offenders fled the area. At the same time a party was taking place in the 1800 block of Clover Rd. Numerous
juveniles were seen running from the area when police arrived. The homeowner was unable to identify any of the individuals that he saw in his car.