These items are taken from reports and news releases issued by Northbrook Police Department. A mere arrest doesn’t constitute guilt.
Richard L. Denizov, Glenview was arrested and charged with driving while under the influence of alcohol. He also faces charges of illegal transport of alcohol. Denizov was stopped by police in the 1300 block Shermer Road for driving at 42 mph within a 35-mph zone. A field sobriety exam failed to pass. He was granted bail and will appear at Cook County Court in Skokie on Jan. 25, 2019.
Flavio Medina Ortiz, Northfield, was arrested Dec. 31 for driving while under the influence, illegal transport of alcohol and improper lane usage. He was pulled over near Westleigh Drive and Willow Road. The field sobriety tests he took failed. He was granted bail and will appear at Cook County Court in Skokie on Jan. 30, 2010.
Nikko Gabor, Chicago, was arrested Jan. 4 for driving under suspension and with defective taillight. After noticing the defect in his taillight, police stopped him at Willow Road 2500 Block. They discovered that his license had been suspended. The man was granted bail and will appear at Skokie Cook County Court on Jan. 25, 2019.
Diminnieon O.Martin of North Chicago was arrested for theft Dec. 31. After staff from a 1400 block Lake Cook Road retail store saw him taking a pair on his pants and leaving the shop without paying, he was taken into custody. The man was granted bail and will appear at Skokie Cook County Court on Jan. 30, 2019.
A retail store was opened in Skokie Boulevard by two women and one man. The two women and a man entered a retail business in the 100 block of Skokie Blvd. They took many handbags with them, but they left without having to pay Dec. 30. Two of the perpetrators allegedly attacked and shoved staff members before fleeing.
Two men entered the Lake Cook Road retail store in 1500 Block. They purchased a pair and then left without having to pay Jan.
A staff member of Waukegan Road’s 800 Block reported that the business’ front window was broken and its cash register had been stolen Jan. 2. There was no money missing.
Staff from another Waukegan Road business reported that the front window was broken and the cash register had been stolen Jan. 2. There was no money missing.
One person reported that an unknown or multiple individuals had entered his vehicle on the 1700 block Illinois Road, taking money from him and charging his phone.
A retail store in Techny Road’s 1900 Block reported that a customer purchased merchandise using a check January 4. According to the bank, the business owner found out that the check wasn’t good. One of the names on the check stated that their identity had been compromised.
January 4, a person received an alert from his credit bureau that indicated an unidentified individual or group had opened three credit cards accounts under his name.