An officer picked up a stray black and white shorthaired cat at 9 a.m. May 19 from . The cat was checked for a chip with negative results. The cat was taken to King’s Kennel.
An officer responded to a report of a brown boxer wandering at 6:40 p.m. May 21 near East Fox Hill Drive and Highland Grove Drive. An officer located the dog and brought him to the station, where the dog was checked for a chip with negative results. The owner called and bailed out the dog.
A youth reported that an acquaintance took his skateboard April 25 and will not return it. An officer spoke to a group of the youth’s friends who stated that they saw another youth throw the skateboard into the creek on the 100 block of Raupp Boulevard. That youth denied any involvement. No one knows where the board is.
A complainant reported that he pumped $34.21 in gas at 6:50 p.m. May 9 at the , and then went inside to pay with his credit card. He found that the clerk charged him $77.55. The station’s management was not cooperating, so the complainant contacted Shell Corp. and his credit card provider.
A resident reported that her estranged husband called and left a voicemail message at 5:20 p.m. May 18. The resident has an order of protection that prohibits the husband from calling unless it is about the kids. A short part of the message was about the kids, but lengthy additional profanity and sarcasm that bordered on harassment. An officer called the husband and told him to stop.
RESISTING A PEACE OFFICER
Larry Henderson, 19, of the 1-100 block of St. Armand, Wheeling, was charged with resisting a peace officer at 4:40 p.m. May 19 on the 600 block of South Buffalo Grove Road after a complainant reported a group of youths were carrying sticks and one stated that he would put a knife into another. Officers located a number of youths, and one stated that Henderson “flipped out” because he thought another person took his iPod. Police said Henderson had a sharpened stick in his hand and refused to put it down when the officers told him to do so. He was charged after resisting and arguing with the officers.
A manager at reported that someone removed the card reader from the front door between May 19 and May 21. The card reader provides access to the vestibule where the ATM is.
An officer responded to a report of a dine-and-dash at . The offenders were described as two males in their late teens or early 20s. They drove off in a silver car, possibly a Saab, at 2:30 a.m. May 22. The loss was valued at $21.