A resident reported that at 1 p.m., Nov. 25, a repairman came to her house to fix various issues with her television service. Following the repair of one issue, the resident gave the repairman a hug, during which the repairman touched the resident’s buttocks. When the entire repair was completed, the resident again gave the repairman a hug, and the repairman touched her buttocks again. The resident felt it was inappropriate behavior and will follow up with the company.
Customer Management Dispute
A customer stated that at 5:50 p.m., Nov. 26, in the 1200 block of North Arlington Heights Road, that his wife told a gas station clerk she wanted $50 worth of “Powerball Plus” tickets, and the clerk gave her $50 worth of “Powerball” tickets. The customer said the clerk refused to make an exchange. Following a conversation with an officer, the clerk agreed to refund the $50.
Harassment by Telephone
A resident in the 300 block of Chicory Lane reported at 4 p.m., Nov. 26, that her son had received a number of threatening text messages. The resident said neither she nor her son recognized the number. It was later determined that the son’s girlfriend sent the messages as a prank.
Information for Police
At 3:10 p.m., Nov. 26, a resident told police that her daughter and her daughter’s ex-husband are in court over child support issues. The resident said the father turned over to the court a letter that supposedly the resident wrote, enumerating money sent for clothing and cash expenses. The resident said she did not write the letter and alleges that her signature was forged.
A clerk at the Starbucks counter at 770 S. Buffalo Grove Road reported that at 5:45 p.m., Nov. 26, a male subject pulled a quick-change scam on her causing a loss of $250. Surveillance video captured the subject and clips are being forwarded to the officer.
Company officials with Yaskawa, 1067 Johnson Dr., reported that at noon, Nov. 26, someone unknown spray painted graffiti on the company’s southwest personnel door, the side of a shipping trailer and on four roll-up do