Update Feb. 1 at 10:30 a.m.
Enrique Guzman is on unpaid administrative leave from the Northbrook Police Department, the Village of Northbrook just announced.
His official title at the police department is Patrol Officer.
A Northbrook police officer has been charged with stealing jewelry while on duty, according to a Village of Northbrook press release.
Enrique Guzman, 34, a 12-year veteran of the Northbrook Police Department, was charged with "felony offences of armed violence (armed while committing a crime), residential burglary, and official misconduct based upon knowingly committing those offenses while acting in his official capacity as a sworn Police Officer of the Northbrook Police Department," the release says.
Police and FBI have accused Guzman of stealing jewelry while on duty and responding to a report of an open door at a Northbrook residence, the release says.
He was arrested on Wednesday by Northbrook Police and members of the FBI after a five-month investigation of his reported crimes, the release says.
Guzman appeared in bond court at the Second District Skokie Courthouse on Thursday, where his bond was set at $30,000.00, according to the release. Conditions of bond included turning in firearms, his FOID card and passport, and he will be put on electronic monitoring if he posts bond, the release says.
His next court date was set for Feb. 22, according to the release.