Logan B. McLenahan, 23, of the 2200 block of Charter Point Drive, Arlington Heights, was charged with driving under the influence and illegal lane usage at 2 a.m. Sept. 6 on Old Buffalo Grove Road south of Buffalo Grove Road.
A complainant reported that another person using was not controlling his dog at 6:30 p.m. Sept. 5. The other person was allowing his dog to mount the complainant’s dog and was not doing anything about it. An officer spoke with the other person who stated that he told the complainant to simply push the dog off. The officer advised the person to control his dog or leave.
The Lake County Sheriff requested officers respond to a report of a mother that had given birth to a baby who was not breathing at 2:20 a.m. Sept. 6. The mother and baby were transported to Northwest Community Hospital by the paramedics and the scene was turned over to Lake County sheriff’s deputies.
A resident reported that her father called her on Aug. 31 and asked for some information her mother’s boyfriend. When the resident refused the information, her father told her that he would come to her bus stop and beat her up. An officer attempted to contact the father without success. The resident and her mother were referred to the police social worker to obtain an order of protection.
An employee on the 1300 block of West Dundee Road reported a man in a blue/green minivan was changing parking spots and looking into the store at 12:50 p.m. Sept. 5. The employee believed that the man was wearing lingerie. An officer located the van and spoke with the driver who stated that he was going into the store to purchase a present for his wife. The officer noted that the driver was wearing a T-shirt and a slip trimmed in lace. The officer requested that the driver put his pants back on and not to return to the store.
A complainant at reported that someone pried the latch lock on a Stacker Arcade game between Aug. 29 and Sept. 5 and removed a Polaroid seven-inch tablet valued at $130, an iPod Nano valued at $150, and an Xbox headset valued at $50.
A resident of the 1900 block of Beverly Lane returned home at 6:25 p.m. Sept. 5 to find lights on in the house that she knew were not on when she left for work. Officers checked the home and found everything in proper order. No one was inside.