The pet dog was chased across a golf course by coyotes Sunday.
Glencoe police rescued a pet dog from an icy pond after coyotes chased it across a golf course Sunday morning, Glencoe News reported. Glencoe resident Peggy Bobrow told Glencoe News that she was walking the dog off-leash on the frozen turf of Skokie Country Club when coyotes chased the dog, then the dog was in an opening in the pond with four coyotes surrounding it. The dog was later rescued and rejuvenated with a bowl of warm milk.
The break-ins occurred over the last week. Seven of the eight occurred in one day.
Eight car burglaries occurred in the last week at Skokie Country Club, and it appears briefcases, phones and computers were targeted. Seven cars were burglarized between 7:50 p.m. and 9:23 p.m. on May 12, the night of the country club's annual meeting. All of the cars had a broken side window. On Wednesday, someone broke the driver's side window on a 2011 Mercedes G1550 SUV between 1 p.m. and 2:50 p.m. An iPhone worth $400 and $140 in cash were taken. Club members received an email notification from John Cole, club president. The email said the club has requested more frequent patrols from Glencoe Public Safety, and staff members will also walk through the parking lots throughout the day. Below is a list of items stolen from the vehicles …