A resident of the 2900 block of Old Glenview Road told police July 24 that someone got into the resident’s unlocked automobile overnight July 23 or July 24, and stole 12 fishing poles. The value of the poles was estimated at $535, police said.
Police said they received three reports of burglaries overnight July 20 and July 21, on the site of construction at the Residences of Wilmette, 611 Green Bay Road. The first involved a tool locker from which an impact drill, an impact saw, and an air compressor were taken, police said; the second involved an undetermined quantity of copper piping stolen from in front of another tool locker. The final theft was of 10 separate 10-foot lengths of copper piping. In the first and third cases, someone broke into the lockers, police said. The total loss to the three separate businesses who reported the burglaries was estimated at roughly $2,200 according to police reports.
Police said an official with the Heritage Trail Mall, 410 Ridge Road, told them July 22 that a man stole a $25 fireplace screen that was outside as part of a display during a sidewalk sale. The man went inside the store, then returned outdoors, and put the screen in his black Toyota Prius and left the area, police were told.
Police said a man told them July 25 that someone damaged a tire on a his automobile on July 19 while it was parked at the Tsing Tao restaurant, 537 Green Bay Road. Police said the man told them he suspected other employees of the business; the initial report didn’t give a damage estimate.
Police said Karen Turner, 27, of the 1100 block of West Erie Street in Chicago, was charged with speeding, following a July 23 traffic stop that ended shortly after 1:15 a.m. on the 1900 block of Lake Avenue. Police said the vehicle she was driving was allegedly clocked at 68 miles per hour in a 30 mile per hour zone. The initial report didn’t give her court date.
Kenilworth police reported no criminal incidents for the week ended July 28.