These reports were pulled from the most recent police summaries provided by departments in our coverage area (Wilmette, Winnetka, Highland Park, Northfield, Kenilworth and Glencoe).
WILMETTE (Reports from previous week, Nov. 18-24; Most up-to-date reports not available by press time.)
• Police arrested a Chicago woman who allegedly was in possession of a stolen automobile out of Lake Bluff and attempted to flee a traffic stop, crashing right into a police vehicle after which crashing again on the North Side. The driving force was arrested while two passengers reportedly fled on foot.
• A resident reportedly was scammed out of $3,500 by a call purporting to be a bank representative and requesting electronic transactions to reverse an unauthorized charge.
• A package reportedly was stolen from outside a house within the 2100 block of Thornwood Avenue.
• Two locked bicycles reportedly were stolen from a yard within the 900 block of Chatfield Road.
• A skimming device, which is a fraudulent card reader meant to appear to be a daily a part of a machine, reportedly was found on an ATM at Bank of America, 1010 Green Bay Road.
• Three packages reportedly were stolen from the front porch of a house within the 600 block of Orchard Lane.
• Residential windows reportedly were cracked by rocks within the 300 block of Green Bay Road.
• Two cellphones reportedly were stolen from a automobile within the 1300 block of Half Day Road.
• Documents and gift cards reportedly were tolen from a automobile within the 1400 block of Deerfield Place.
• A pet carrier reportedly was stolen from PetSmart within the 1600 block of Deerfield Road.
• A package reportedly was stolen from a front porch within the 1600 block of Ravine Terrace.
• Skin-care products valued at $1,200 reportedly were stolen from Walgreens, 1825 Willow Road.
• Airline miles valued at $1,180 reportedly were fraudulently used from a resident’s account.
The Record’s police reports are taken from police-activity summaries prepared by local police departments. Police Reports contain public information from preliminary reports and are usually not a whole listing of all police activity. The Record doesn’t publish the names of people arrested and named in in preliminary reports unless the incident is a matter of public safety or has significant community implications. All arrestees are innocent until proven guilty.