The items below came from 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.
MAN ARRESTED FOR VIOLATING PAROLE
Pascual Ocampo, 44, of Rolling Meadows, was arrested Thursday, Oct. 20 on a warrant for violating parole with the Illinois Department of Corrections (IDOC), police reported. Ocampo was allegedly seen climbing into a dumpster behind Sanders Court, then leaving on a bicycle when he saw a police officer watching. According to the IDOC, Ocampo was sentenced to four years in prison for residential burglary and one year in prison for aggravated DUI. Both crimes occurred in 2009.
$6,982 RETAIL THEFT AT TRUE RELIGION
One man and two women reportedly took 30 pairs of jeans worth $6,982 from a table at the front of the store at and left without paying Thursday, Oct. 20, according to police.
EMPLOYEE ALLEGEDLY STOLE IPHONES FROM UPS
After an inventory check Friday, Oct. 14, the UPS store at Shermer and Willow roads reported that four boxes containing iPhone 4s had been opened and the phones had been stolen, according to police.
The store conducted an internal investigation, and employee Henry D. Barrios, 20, of Chicago, allegedly admitted to the thefts, police reported. He was arrested and charged with the crime on Oct. 19.
Allison Waller, 26, of Des Plaines was arrested Wednesday, Oct. 19, and charged with domestic battery after she allegedly “became irate” and spat in a male complainant’s face and struck him in the chin, according to police.
DRIVING WITH A REVOKED LICENSE
Dorota Sarata, 35, of Palatine, was arrested Monday, Oct. 17, at Dundee and Landwehr roads and charged with driving with a revoked license, speeding, and driving without insurance, according to police.
Agustin J. Vega, 28, of Kenosha, WI, was stopped for a traffic violation in the 200 block of Skokie Boulevard Saturday, Oct. 22. He was charged with driving with a revoked license, violating a traffic median and driving without insurance, according to police.
DRIVING WITH A SUSPENDED LICENSE
Anthony Kwon, 21, of Northbrook, was arrested at Landwehr and Dundee roads Wednesday, Oct. 19, and charged with failing to reduce speed and driving with a suspended license, according to police.
Logan Perez, 31, of Chicago, was stopped for a traffic violation in the 3000 block of Commercial Avenue Saturday, Oct. 22. He was arrested and charged with driving with a suspended license and speeding more than 30 miles in excess of the speed limit, according to police.
NOT PAYING TAXI FARE, TRESPASSING
Angel T. Ornelas, 32, of Northbrook, was arrested and charged with theft of services after he allegedly left a taxicab on Waukegan Road without paying the $53 fare on Monday, Oct. 17, police reported. Ornelas was also charged with trespassing on the Divine Word Society’s property on Waukegan Road.
TEENS CHARGED WITH POSSESSION OF MARIJUANA
Two 17-year-old boys, one 16-year-old boy, one 16-year-old girl and one 15-year-old girl, all from Northbrook, were issued local ordinance tickets for possession of cannabis Friday, Oct. 21, in the 1800 block of Janke Drive. Police noticed a car full of people parked behind a building on the block while responding to an alarm. After conduction a vehicle search, an officer found two glass pipes and a 5.7-gram bag of cannabis, according to police.
POSSESSION OF TOBACCO BY A MINOR
A 17-year-old boy from Northbrook was issued local ordinance citations for possession of tobacco by a minor and driving with expired registration at Voltz and Waukegan roads Friday, Oct. 21.
$3,500 PLOW STOLEN FROM SPORTSMAN’S
A red Western 7.5-foot Ultra Mount plow worth about $3,500 was reported stolen from sometime between Monday, Oct. 10 and Monday, Oct. 17.
$1,400 BARBECUE GRILL, MATERIALS STOLEN
Someone took a Weber Genesis S310 barbecue grill, black vinyl cover and $200 worth of barbecue equipment from back patio on Bridlewood Lane sometime between Friday, Oct. 21, and Sunday, Oct. 23. Total loss was estimated at $1,400.
COMCAST CABLE VANDALIZED
A resident of Silver Pine Drive reported that someone cut her Comcast cable connection sometime between 3 and 8 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 11, according to police.