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Suspicious Woman Leaves Note At Police Department

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

Suspicion
On Nov. 26, an unknown woman left a note in the Northfield police lobby but walked away without explaining the note or identifying herself, according to police. An officer found the woman at the Willow Road Dominick's, she was interviewed by detectives and said a man has been harassing her, police say. Detectives determined the accusation was unfounded, the case was closed and she was referred to social services for possible mental health issues, according to the police report. 

Wellbeing Check
On Dec. 2, a caller asked police to check on his mother on the 100 block of S. Happ Road because he hasn't heard from her in a couple days, according to police. Responding officer met with the caller at the home, and they found the caller's mother on the basement floor, police say. She was conscious and fell the night before, according to police. She was transported to Glenbrook Hospital, according to the police report. 

Handicap Placard Confiscated
On Dec. 2, David E. Mason, 74, of Northfield was cited for using an expired temporary handicap placard that was altered to look current, according to police. 

No Driver's License
On Nov. 28, Lucila Contreras, 33, of Northfield, was cited for driving without a driver's license or insurance during a traffic accident near Waukegan Road and Winnetka Avenue, according to police. 

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