And once again the dedicated officers of the Buffalo Grove Police Department finish another month of serving and protecting.
Here are some of the “highlights” from August.
Bedtime story needed?
Resident reported loud noises coming from her upstairs neighbor’s unit. Officer spoke with the upstairs neighbor who stated that her children had been playing loudly but she would put them to bed.
Resident stated that someone has been damaging the tires to her vehicle, but she could not think of whom. Officer located a screw in one of the tires and told the resident that she may have driven over debris in the roadway.
Resident stated that she has been having issues with a neighbor and believes that the cucumber slices she found near her patio were placed there by her neighbor. The resident will report the incident to the homeowner’s association.
Just a reminder…
Resident reported that weeds and grass were in excess of ordinance maximum. Officer verified and attempted to contact the owner without success. (The village takes lawn height seriously…)
Really now, part 2…
Complainant stated that his ex girlfriend would not return his car. He has asked her but she refuses to comply. Officer spoke with the ex girlfriend who stated that she would return the car if the complainant returned hers. The complainant will contact the ex and make the switch.
Getting the bird..and then some…
Officer responded to a report of two birds in a cage, sitting on the parkway with a sign which stated “Free”. Officer spoke to the resident who stated that the birds belong to her son, he moved back to a foreign country, and she wants to get rid of the birds. The officer advised the resident of other means to get rid of the birds and to bring them back into the house. The resident complied, invited the officer to bible study, and then blessed him.
Resident stated she awoke and emerged into the hallway where she was able to see a painting contractor working alone in another bedroom. The contractor was only wearing a tool belt, sox and shoes. The resident did not make contact with the painter, but called her mother who then called 911. The officers asked the contractor to get dressed and the mother requested he leave the residence, which he did.
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