The items below come from Northbrook Police Department reports. In all incidents where an arrest occurred, a charge is merely an accusation and not evidence of guilt. The arrested person is presumed innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.
SIX ARRESTED FOR DRIVING UNDER THE INFLUENCE
Shane M. Korshak, 29, of Buffalo Grove, was arrested Tuesday, April 5, at Techny and Landwehr roads and charged with driving under the influence, failing to signal and three counts of improper lane usage.
Joyce A. Kahoun, 69, of Northbrook, was arrested Friday, April 8, at Dundee Road and Cotswold Way, and charged with driving under the influence and improper lane usage, according to police.
Megan C. Mattia, 27, of La Grange, was arrested Saturday, April 9, on I-94 at the southbound mile marker 31 and charged with two counts of improper lane usage, one count of driving without insurance, and one count of driving under the influence, according to police.
Anna Mozgova, 25, of Skokie, was arrested Saturday, April, 9 at Waukegan and Kamp roads and charged with driving under the influence and two counts of improper lane usage, according to police.
Carlos Vargas, 21, of Glenview, was stopped for a traffic violation and arrested Saturday, April 9, at Shermer Road and Thornapple Lane, according to police. He was charged with driving under the influence, driving without insurance, driving with a suspended license, possession of cannabis and two counts of improper lane usage, police reported.
Stephanie Ilana Perry, 27, of Chicago, was arrested at Shermer and Old Willow roads Sunday, April 10, and charged with driving under the influence, speeding and improper lane usage, according to police.
DRIVING WITH A SUSPENDED LICENSE
Mike Denikov, 44, of Niles, was arrested Monday, April 4, at Pfingsten and Willow roads and charged with disobeying a stop sign and driving with a suspended license, according to police.
Melinda O’Connor, 52, of Park Ridge, was charged with driving with a suspended license on Shermer Road Wednesday, April 6, after she reported a car crash, according to police.
FLEEING & ELUDING POLICE
Andher N. Marquez, 20, of Chicago, was arrested Saturday, April 9, on Dundee Road and charged with fleeing and eluding police, driving with no rear taillight and driving without a license, according to police.
UNLAWFUL USE OF A WEAPON
Tony Miller, 44, of Morton Grove, was arrested and charged with three counts of unlawful use of a weapon and one count of fraudulent use of a driver’s license on Agatite Avenue in Norridge on March 22, according to police. The arrest was made after police searched a Norridge residence in connection with a Feb. 1 burglary on El Cid Lane in Northbrook, and found a .22 Browning rifle, a .25 caliber Dickson Detective pistol, a box of .22 caliber ammunition and a pistol magazine for a .380 Walther pistol.
A 17-year-old from Chicago was charged with consumption of alcohol by a minor and Pablo Salermon, 24, of Wheeling, was charged with delivery of alcohol to a minor Monday, April 4, after an officer saw them drinking beer in their car on Dundee Road, according to police.
13-YEAR-OLD TICKETED FOR POSSESSION OF CANNABIS
Editors Note: This item has been edited to correct an error as to the location of the incident and police involvement.
A 13-year-old Northbrook boy was issued a ticket and charged with possession of cannabis after he was seen with a lighter in the bathroom at Northbrook Junior High School, according to police. When a school administrator questioned him, the boy also said that he had marijuana in his locker. School administrators conducted a search and found an empty prescription bottle with a clear bag and a green leafy substance inside.
It is district policy not to comment on student disciplinary matters, according to a spokesperson for Northbrook Junior High School and District 28.
CRIMINAL DAMAGE TO A VEHICLE
A resident of Shermer Road reported that someone scratched both the driver’s and passenger doors of his vehicle on Thursday, April 7, according to police. He also noted to police that he had previously reported flat tires and other damage to his vehicle.
RETAIL THEFT AT WHOLE FOODS, THE APPLE STORE
Alissa C. Peterson, 43, of St. Charles, was arrested Tuesday, April 5, at the on Willow Road and charged with retail theft, according to police. Peterson was stopped after she allegedly left the store with seven grocery items and one article of clothing totaling $129.70 that she had not paid for, police reported.
Jeffrey J. Hadary, 48, of Glencoe, was charged with retail theft and Tracy A. Youhanna, 42, of Niles, was charged with felony retail theft after the pair allegedly stole 15 iPad covers valued at $1,035 from the on Lake Cook Road.
MONEY, CELL PHONE STOLEN AT GLENBROOK NORTH
An individual reported that someone stole about $30 from his wallet, Wednesday, April 6, after he left it in an unlocked locker at , according to police.
An individual reported that a cell phone and cash was taken from his bag while he was at a gymnastics meet at Glenbrook North Thursday, April 7, according to police.
SECOND STOLEN SEEDLING ON SALCEDA
A resident of Salceda Drive reported that someone stole a newly planted tree on Saturday, April 9, for the second time, according to police. The loss was estimated at $100.