Buffalo Grove Police Blotter for Sept. 4
Updated: October 7, 2012 7:11AM
The following incidents were listed among the official reports of the Buffalo Grove Police Department. Readers are reminded that an arrest does not constitute a finding of guilt. Only a court of law can make that determination.
An officer on patrol Sept. 1 noticed a boat was parked behind the long-closed Adam’s Roadhouse, 301 Milwaukee Ave. The boat’s interior had been stripped.
Power tools were stolen from a garage Aug. 30 on the 600 block of Maple Drive. The tools were valued at $2,250.
Vandals shot a window between Aug. 29 and Sept. 1 on the 400 block of Buckthorn Terrace.
A car was keyed Aug. 27 on the 100 block of Weiland Road.
A mailbox was knocked over and
a solar light was damaged Aug. 31 on the 300 block of Ronnie Drive.
A girl at Buffalo Grove High School told police Aug. 30 that another girl “came up to her and punched her in the eye,” the police report stated. The school officers and a dean spoke to the attacker.
An officer on patrol Sept. 1 heard “loud screaming and a crash” coming from a Subway restaurant, 314 W. Half Day Road, according to a police report. Police reported that a father and his two sons had a dispute which damaged one of the Subway’s windows.
John P. Day, 60, of the 200 block of Prospect Court, Prospect Heights, was arrested Aug. 31 at the intersection of Raupp Boulevard and Lake-Cook Road and charged with driving under the influence. He also was cited for disobeying a police officer and a traffic control device. His court date was not available.
POSSESSION OF MARIJUANA
Joshua I. Penn, 30, of the first block of Birch Trail, Wheeling, was arrested Sept. 3 at the intersection of Buffalo Grove Road and Golfview Terrace and charged with possession of marijuana. He also was cited for driving without a driver’s license or insurance and having no lights on. His court date was not available.
A saw and sunglasses were stolen from a detached garage Aug. 31 on the 400 block of St. Mary’s Parkway. The total loss was estimated at $366.75.
Someone stole $100 from an employee’s purse Aug. 27 at a business on the 100 block of North McHenry Road, and stole another $100 plus credit cards from a second purse.
A $500 saw was stolen from a garage Aug. 30 on Juniper Court.
Guitars, a bass and an amplifier were stolen from a residence Aug. 30 on the 600 block of Maple Drive. The total loss was estimated at $1,130.
Power tools valued at $5,260 were stolen from a garage Aug. 31 on the 300 block of Bernard Drive.
David Ramos Raya, 21, of the 4100 block of Bonhill Drive, Arlington Heights, was arrested Sept. 1 on the 1100 block of Lake-Cook Road and charged with retail theft. His court date was not available.
The maintenance supervisor of a building on Oak Creek Drive told police Aug. 29 that he had power-washed graffiti off one of the building’s outside walls the day before, only to see the same graffiti pop up again overnight.