Report of Erratic Driver Leads to DUI Arrest

A home on Greenview was also burglarized.

The following is from the Northbrook Police Department. An arrest is not an indication of guilt. 

Car scratched

Someone scratched the side of a car in the 1500 block of Lake Cook Road at 4:30 p.m. July 3 during while the owner was in the movie at the theater.                    

Car door opened

Officers observed the rear sliding door was ajar in a van parked in a driveway in the 1100 block of Cedar Lane at 2 a.m. July 4. Officers made contact with the vehicle owner who said all the doors were closed but not locked when she left the car in the driveway. Nothing had been removed from the vehicle according to the owner. She said the family dog had started barking around 1 a.m. at something outside. 

Fireworks damage

A citizen called the police at 1 p.m.July 5 to report damage to the baseball field behind the school. Officer determined that the damage appeared to have been caused by fireworks.


A citizen called 911 to report a vehicle eastbound on Dundee Rd driving all over the roadway at 10 p.m. July 5. Officers observed that the vehicle driven by Rostislav Kislyuk, 34, of the 400 block of Glendale Road, was unable to stay within the lanes of the roadway. Officers stopped the vehicle and determined that Kislyuk was under the influence. He was taken into custody and released on $1,500 bond with an Aug. 29 court date.             

Phone scam

An employee of a business in the 1800 block of Janke Drive related that someone called the business July 9 stating they were from Commonwealth Edison. The caller said they would be turning off the power to the company unless they received $1700 for an unpaid bill and instructed the business to send the money in Green Dot. The employee was going to send green dot money as instructed but realized it was a scam.

An employee of a business in the 1800 block of Holste Road was contacted July 9 by someone stating they were from Commonwealth Edison. The caller said the business owed $433.86 and instructed them to pay in Green Dot. The employee purchased a green dot card and gave the caller the information. The employee then called Commonwealth Edison who verified it was a scam.

Residential burglary

The victim reported that she left her residence in the 2000 block of Greenview Road in late afternoon July 9 and returned about an hour later. Upon her return she found her back door standing open and saw it was damaged. She then found that jewelry was missing. A complete list of items stolen from the residence will be supplied later to detectives.                                         

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