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Rapper Chief Keef's Car Caught Speeding Again

The 17-year-old Northbrook resident was the passenger in his BMW SUV while it was clocked traveling 88 mph on the Edens.

The following reports were provided by the Northfield Police Department. Arrests and charges are accusations and do not indicate guilt. 

Excessive Speeding

On June 11, around 2:50 a.m., officers clocked a BMW SUV traveling 88 mph on the Edens Expressway, according to police. The driver, Will R. Lauthan, 19, of Chicago, was taken into custody, charged with excessive speeding and released on bond, police say. One of the passengers in the vehicle was Keith Cozart, 17, of Northbrook, also known as the rapper Chief Keef, according to police. Cozart and other passengers did not receive citations, police say.

DUI

On June 7, officers pulled over a speeding vehicle on the 600 block of Frontage Road around 4:25 a.m., according to police. The driver, William E. Ohl, 68, of Glenview, was charged with speeding, disobeying a traffic signal, DUI and DUI over .08, police say. 

Hit and Run, Warrant Arrest

On June 5, the Pace Bus Co. contacted Northfield officers to report a hit and run involving a Pace bus and a red Cadillac with Florida plates on the 200 block of Waukegan Road, according to police. One of the passengers on the bus, Joseph P. Ross, 44, of Chicago, was arrested when it he was found to have an in-state arrest warrant for contempt of court, police say. 

Theft Over $500

On June 8, a Northfield resident called to report jewelry has been periodically vanishing from her home over the last year, according to police. The total value of the stolen items is undetermined, but 16 items were reported stolen, police say. 

Missing Trees 

On June 7, a man reported about 13 Birch and Spruce trees have removed from the north side of his property on the 400 block of Whittier Lane, parallel to Willow Road, according to police. 

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