A resident reported receiving a phone call Sept. 3 from a someone who claimed to be a federal employee and stated that the resident didn’t pay their 2009 or 2010 taxes. The caller also stated that the resident could pay a reduced amount now. The resident knew this was a scam and hung up.
A complainant reported the driver of a Toyota attempted to drive around a school bus while children were exiting at 3:54 p.m. Sept. 3 at Trotwood and Sandhurst. Officers contacted the driver and explained the laws and safety aspects of driving near school buses.
A driver reported having a dispute with the driver of another vehicle at 1:58 p.m. Sept. 3 at Lake-Cook and Arlington Heights roads. Officers contacted both drivers and explained how certain driving actions are misunderstood at times. Both drivers agreed that their actions were improper and they went on their ways.
A cell phone was found on the ground Sept. 4 in the area of Buffalo Grove Days. The owner was contacted and will pick the phone at a later date.
A resident reported receiving a call from his credit card company Sept. 4 stating that changes had been made to his account electronically. The cardholder stated he did not make the changes and that he would follow up with the credit card company.
Several laminated business
signs that were stuck in the ground were stolen between Sept. 3-4 on the 1200
block of Dundee Road.