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Four men seen on video stealing cash register from Pfingsten Road business – 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.

BURGLARY

Watts Henley, 25, of the 7600 block of Ingleside Avenue in Chicago was charged with burglary Oct. 5. He was arrested at the Kendall County courthouse following an incident reported May 25 in the 1900 block of Pickwick Avenue. He was transported to the Glenview Police Department where he was held for a bond hearing.

Police responded to an alarm at a business at the 2600 block of Shermer Road Sept. 29 and found a shattered glass door. The owner could not provide an account of what was stolen.

Police responded to a business at the 2800 block of Pfingsten Road Sept. 29 after a report of a burglary. Through recorded video surveillance, police learned four men exited a vehicle in front of the business, threw an object through the door, entered the business and stole a cash register.

While investigating another burglary, police found a shattered glass door at a business in the 2800 block of Pfingsten Road Sept. 29. A cash register was missing from the business.

A Glenview resident reported an unknown individual or individuals entered their unlocked vehicle while it was parked in the 3200 block of Milwaukee Avenue stealing jewelry and cash Sept. 30.

A Florida resident reported an unknown individual stole the catalytic converter form their vehicle while it was parked at a business in the 1900 block of Milwaukee Avenue Sept. 30.

A Niles resident reported an unknown individual stole the catalytic converter form their vehicle while it was parked at a business in the 1800 block of Milwaukee Avenue Sept. 30.

A resident reported an unknown individual or individuals entered their unlocked vehicle between Oct. 2 and Oct. 3 stealing clothing items.

The owner of a business in the 4300 block of Regency Drive reported an unknown individual or individuals entered the business between Oct. 2 and Oct, 3 and stole tools.

FORGERY

Tyrae Kelley, 26, of the 600 block of Winchester Avenue in Chicago was charged with forgery Oct. 4. He was arrested at the Cook County jail as a result of an investigation of an incident reported Jan. 8 at the 2500 block of East Lake Avenue. He was returned to the custody of the Cook County Sheriff.

A Glenview resident reported Sept 29 a check they mailed was intercepted in the process of being mailed and made out to a different individual. An unknown individual tried to cash the check but the bank determined the transaction was fraudulent and did not process it.

CRIMINAL DAMAGE TO PROPERTY

Douglas Pepsnik, 52, of the 6100 block of North Kalrov Avenue in Chicago was charged with criminal trespass to property and resisting arrest Oct. 4. He was arrested following the investigation of an incident at the 3900 block of Glenview Road Sept 19. He was released on bond and is scheduled to appear in Cook County Court Nov 9 in Skokie.

INVALID LICENSE

Oscar Corral Ruano, 33, of the 700 block of Liberty Street in Aurora was charged with driving with a suspended license and improper lighting as well as approved on a warrant for failure to appear in Will County Oct 2. He was arrested after a traffic stop at the 3600 block of Milwaukee Ave. He was held for a bond hearing.

THEFT

Donna Kos-Burris, 51, of the 900 block of Grand Canyon Way in Hoffman Estates was charged with felony retail theft Oct 6. She was arrested at the Cook County courthouse in Skokie on a warrant issued in Glenview and released to the custody of the Cook County Sheriff.

A Niles resident reported their bag was stolen from a table from a public building in the 1900 block of Glenview Road Sept 27.

MRS

A Glenview resident was contacted through a social media internet site and sent gift cards in exchange for a large sum of money. The resident later determined it was a scam and called Glenview police Sept 30.

Steve Sadin is a freelance reporter for Pioneer Press.

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