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Chicago man charged with burglary after police respond to burglary in progress call – Chicago Tribune

The following items were taken from Glenview Police Department reports, news releases and records. An arrest does not constitute a finding of guilt.

POSSESSION OF A CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE

Valentine Gandarilla, 35, of the 10300 block of Frontage Road in Skokie was charged with possession of a controlled substance and unlawful use of cannabis as a driver May 28. He was arrested after an investigation of an incident at the 1700 block of Waukegan Road. He is scheduled to appear in Cook County Court June 10 in Skokie.

DUI

Zbigniew Kochanowski, 42, of the 500 block of Florence Street in Hammond, Indiana, was charged with driving under the influence of alcohol May 30. He was arrested after an investigation of an incident at the 500 block of Chatham Road. He was released on bond and is scheduled to appear in Cook County Court June 27 in Skokie.

OBSTRUCTING IDENTIFICATION

Dajionae Jones, 23, of the 6800 block of Ridgeland Avenue in Chicago was charged with disorderly conduct for making a false 911 call, obstructing identification and driving with a suspended license May 26. She was arrested in the 1500 block of Executive Lane after police responded to a burglary in progress at a business in the 1900 block of Pickwick Avenue. She was transported to Cook County Court in Skokie for a bond hearing

BURGLARY

Sirjerathan Wilson, 30, of the 5900 block of South Indiana Avenue in Chicago was charged with burglary May 26. He was arrested in the 1500 block of Executive Lane after police responded to a burglary in progress at a business in the 1900 block of Pickwick Avenue . He was transported to Cook County Court in Skokie for a bond hearing.

The owner of a business in the 2200 block of Waukegan Road reported an unknown individual threw a rock through a window of the business, made entry and stole numerous items from inside the building May 26.

A Glenview resident reported an unknown individual entered their vehicle while it was parked in the driveway, broke off the steering wheel wiper control arm and left it on the driver’s seat May 27.

The Glenview Fire Department reported responding to an alarm in the 1800 block of Tower Drive finding an open door. Upon entering, the firefighters found a fire extinguisher surrounded by dry powder

THEFT

A Glenview resident reported between 8 am May 25 and 9 am May 26 an unknown individual stole the catalytic converter from their vehicle while it was parked in the 1100 block of Depot Street.

A Glenview resident reported May 26 that on May 16 they discovered a watch and gold bracelet were stolen from their home.

A Glenview resident reported May 26 their unlocked bicycle was stolen from a rack in the 2500 block of Chestnut Avenue.

A Glenview resident reported May 27 receiving a call from a woman claiming to be from a business regarding a wire transfer. The victim then spoke to a man claiming to be a senior United States treasury investigator. The man advised the resident they were under investigation for wire fraud and advised them to deposit $20,650 in cash in a crypto currency account which they did.

A Buffalo Grove resident reported their cellular telephone was stolen May 29 while at a social gathering in the 2500 block of Waterview Drive.

A Chicago resident reported a bag containing their cellular telephone was stolen May 29 while at a social gathering in the 2500 block of Waterview Drive.

A West Chicago resident reported their wallet was stolen May 29 while at a social gathering in the 2500 block of Waterview Drive.

A person reported an unknown individual stole the catalytic converter from their vehicle while it was parked in a lot in the 1600 block of Milwaukee Avenue May 30.

IDENTITY THEFT

A Glenview resident reported receiving two Illinois registration plates in the mail May 24. The resident’s credit report showed an unknown individual used the resident’s identity to purchase a vehicle for $52,298 in Augusta, Ga.

Steve Sadin is a freelance reporter for Pioneer Press.

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