Police: Northbrook Man Turns Himself In For Digital Harassment Charges

Also featured in this week's blotter: A theft at the YMCA and eight damaged mailboxes.

The following reports were provided by the Northbrook Police Department. Arrests or charges are accusations and do not indicate guilt.  

Theft at YMCA

On Nov. 19, someone removed a bag containing a cell phone, wallet, credit cards, house and car keys from an unsecured locker at the YMCA, according to police. 

Harassment By Electronic Means

On Nov. 20, Gregory Rosenthal, 24, of Northbrook, turned himself in to police and was charged with three counts of harassment through electronic communication and disorderly conduct, according to police.  

Burglary to Motor Vehicles

On Nov. 20, someone broke the driver's side window of a vehicle parked on the 4000 block of Lake Cook Rd. and removed a purse and wallet, according to police. 

On Nov. 25, someone stole a GPS and a iPod from an unlocked vehicle parked on the 1700 block of Elm Ave., according to police. The vehicle owner saw two people with a flashlight outside the vehicle, but they were gone when the owner went to check on the car, police say. 

Mailbox Damage

On Nov. 22, someone damaged eight mailboxes between the 2900 and 3000 blocks of Keystone Rd., according to police.

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