The following incidents were included in the official reports of the Northbrook Police Department for the week of November 4 through November 10. 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 of anyone under 18 years of age or those whose age cannot be determined from the police report.
On Saturday it was reported that Abraham J. Roskin of 340 Briar Lane in Highland Park was stopped for a routine traffic violation and determined to be DUI. He was taken to the police station for processing and released on bond.
On Monday on the 2900 block of Dundee Road a man reported someone broke the front passenger window on his car. His wallet was taken from a tote bag placed in the car.
On Friday on the 600 block of Skokie Highway a woman reported that someone took her car keys from her jacket and used them to enter her car. The woman found a spare set of keys, went to her car and found her purse missing from the car. The purse contained currency, a prepaid cell phone and credit cards.
On Sunday a homeowner reported that his mailbox and post located on the 3400 block of Whirlaway Drive had sustained damage.
On Saturday at Lee Rd. and Shermer Rd. it was reported that Michelangel Ibarra of 1951 Dundee in Northbrook was charged with Possession of Cannabis and Possession of Drug Paraphernalia. K-9 Jack and Northbrook police located drug paraphernalia in the car’s glove compartment. Mr. Ibarra was taken to the police station for processing and released on bond.
On Sunday at Grant and Lee Road police reported to the forest preserve after receiving a call of a suspicious car and persons in the area. A male minor was found in the woods with cannabis and drug paraphernalia. He was issued multiple tickets and released to his parents.
On Wednesday a student at GBN reported that his iPhone was taken while at school.
On Monday at GBN a student reported that someone took her Gibson acoustic guitar from her unlocked locker. Loss is estimated at over $300.
On Sunday on the 1500 block of Christina Lane a man reported ordering a Samsung Galaxy tablet on-line that was to be delivered to his home. The shipping records confirm that the item was delivered and left without a receipt signature. The man believes the item was taken from his porch.
On Thursday a man reported that someone took his black Google Nexus 7 from his bag while watching a movie at the Library. The loss is estimated at $200.