Prospective Employee Makes Threats After Failing Test

The following information was supplied by the Buffalo Grove Police Department. Arrests do not indicate a conviction. Email cristel@patch.com with questions about this blotter.


Darryl W. Klein, 63, of the 1300 block of North Streamwood Lane, Vernon Hills, was charged with driving under the influence, speeding and failure to signal when required at 12:15 a.m. Dec. 14 on Arlington Heights Road at Lake-Cook Road.


The owner of an unoccupied business on the 200 block of West Dundee Road reported Dec. 13 that someone dumped yard waste in one of the parking spots during the past few weeks.


A resident of the 1000 block of Pine Tree Circle North reported Dec. 13 that her landlord allowed the house to go into foreclosure, and the resident had planned on moving out in January and use the security deposit as the last month’s rent. The resident was advised that her concerns are civil in nature and to contact her attorney.


A Buffalo Grove agency employee reported Dec. 13 that they have been receiving emails from a person who took a test for certification with them and failed. The person has stated that he would ruin the agency, and made other veiled threats. The agency wanted this documented in case the person shows up at the agency.


A resident reported Dec. 12 that he received confirmation that stocks he had recently purchased have been liquidated and the money was transferred to a bank account in California. When the resident spoke with the broker, the broker stated he had a phone conversation with a person he believed to be the resident who instructed the broker to sell the stock and transfer the money. The brokerage will refund the money, and the resident has canceled all of his credit cards, changed accounts and placed a special watch on his Social Security number with the credit bureaus.


The owner of a business on the 100 block of North McHenry Road reported that the estranged wife of one of his employees came to the business and caused a scene at 8 p.m. Dec. 12. An officer spoke with the wife, who could not understand why the police were involved, but she did understand that she is no longer welcome at the business.


A resident reported Dec. 12 that her husband and an acquaintance planned on opening a business, and the husband gave all of his personal information to the acquaintance. The business plans later fell through.  The husband received notification that he had been approved for a business credit card for which he did not apply. The resident was advised to cancel the card immediately and notify his bank and the credit bureaus.


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