Double-Door Refrigerator Stolen From Winnetka Business; iPhone, Wallet, Lifted
From traffic arrest to reports of harassing call and text messages, here are the latest reports from Winnetka Police Department.
The following arrest information was provided by the Winnetka Police Department. It does not indicate a conviction. For questions about this blotter, contact: Chi-an.Chang@Patch.com.
A display unit double-door refrigerator valued at $400 was stolen while it was stored outside during renovation of a business at 1025 Tower Road between Nov. 10 and 12.
A 16-year-old from New Trier Township was arrested for theft on Nov. 14 at 385 Winnetka Ave. Police said the arrest was made following an investigation of a stolen iPhone that occurred earlier the same day. The teen was referred to Peer Jury, police said.
A wallet containing a driver’s license, credit cards and a checkbook was reported stolen from an unattended purse in the gym at 620 Lincoln Ave. between 4:45 p.m. and 7:20 p.m. on Nov. 14. Police say the loss is estimated at $20.
Daniel J. Carlson, 24, of 4924 Enfield Ave., Skokie, was arrested Nov. 14 for driving with a suspended driver’s license following a traffic stop at 850 Ash St. He was also cited for improper display of plates and failure to notify Secretary of State of address change. He was issued a Nov. 30 court date.
Julio Ramirez Navarro, 46, of 1316 W. Farwell Ave., Chicago, was arrested Nov. 14 for driving with a suspended driver’s license following a traffic stop at 1046 Gage St. The arrest was made subsequent to a traffic crash investigation, police said. He was issued a Nov. 30 court date.
Manuel Santiago Sosa, 34, of 1612 W. Sunnyside, Chicago, was arrested Nov. 16 for driving with a suspended driver’s license following a traffic stop in the 900 block of Green Bay Road. He was also cited for improper lighting and issued a Dec. 26 court date.
A resident in the 300 block of Linden Street reported receiving a harassing phone call and several disturbing text messages from the owner of a home repair company demanding payment for services never performed or authorized between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m. on Nov. 11. Police are still investigating the case.