Copper Wire Stolen From Amazon Property; Ruse Burglary: Blotter

ARLINGTON HEIGHTS, IL — The following information comes from the Arlington Heights Police Department and court records as a record of police activity, including incidents reported by the public and those arrested by police. Criminal charges represent accusations by the state and are often dropped or reduced. Updated information may be available from the Cook County Clerk of the Circuit Court.

Every person arrested is presumed innocent unless proven guilty beyond a reasonable doubt in a court of law.

INCIDENTS

RESIDENTIAL BURGLARY

  • An unknown man concealed merchandise for sale on his person before leaving the store without paying between 6:51-6:54 p.m. Sept. 11 at Target, 1700 E Rand Road. The man is further described as between 30-40 years of age, wearing a surgical face mask, white shoes, blue jeans and a black T-shirt. The total retail value of the stolen merchandise is approximately $330.
  • An unknown man concealed merchandise for sale on his person before leaving the store without paying for the merchandise at 3 p.m. Sept. 14 at Arlington Coin, 8 E Northwest Highway. The man is described as white, approximately 6-foot tall, 225-250 pounds, between 30-40 years old, balding with brown hair and wearing a dark-colored face mask and a Green Bay Packers T-shirt. The total retail value of the stolen merchandise is approximately $150

CRIMINAL DAMAGE TO PROPERTY

  • Several unknown people tipped over a port-o-potty adjacent to the baseball fields on Arlington Heights Park District property between 1 a.m. and 11:35 p.m. Sept. 11 at Camelot Park, 1005 E Suffield Drive. There as no permanent damage caused to the port-o-potty.
  • Someone unlawfully damaged the roof of a residence with an unknown object between July 1 and Sept. 11 in the 2800 block of N Windsor Drive. The cost to repair the damage is unknown.
  • An unknown person damaged a person’s vehicle while it was parked in the hotel parking lot between 6 a.m. and 7:45 p.m. Sept. 16 at Double Tree Hotel, 75 W Algonquin Road. The rear driver’s side windows of the vehicle had been smashed with an unknown object. The cost to repair the damage is approximately $500.

THEFT

  • Someone took a lawn sign from the front yard of a residence between 3-6 p.m. Sept. 14 in the 600 block of E Burr Oak Road. The approximate value of the sign is $10.
  • Someone took a lawn sign from the front yard of a residence between 3-6 p.m. Sept. 14 in the 600 block of E Burr Oak Road. The value of the sign is unknown.
  • Someone took cooper wire left unattended on a property in preparation for maintenance on light poles between 8 p.m. Sept. 16 and 6 a.m. Sept. 17 at Amazon, 1455 Shure Drive. The approximate value of the copper wire is $5,000.
  • Someone took a person’s wallet from a tabletop in the employee break room after it was left unattended between 5:20-5:30 p.m. Sept. 16 at Jewel-Osco, 440 E Rand Road. Contained in the wallet was approximately $20 in money and various credit and identification cards.

BURGLARY TO A MOTOR VEHICLE

  • Someone entered a resident’s unlocked vehicle while it was parked overnight in the driveway Sept. 14 in the 2200 block of N Champlain. The owner’s belongings were strewn about the vehicle. Taken from the vehicle was the victim’s garage door opener. It does not appear entry was made into the garage.
  • An unknown person entered a resident’s unlocked car parked in the driveway during the overnight hours of Sept. 15 in the 500 block of W Ashford. The owner’s belongings were strewn about the vehicle. It does not appear anything was taken from the vehicle.
  • Someone entered a resident’s unlocked vehicle while parked in the driveway during the overnight hours of Sept. 15 in the 4200 block of N Highland Avenue. The owner’s belongings were strewn about the vehicle. It does not appear anything was taken from the vehicle.

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