Friday Blotter: Egging, Perfume Hijack
The following arrest information was supplied by the Skokie Police Department. It does not indicate a conviction. At Skokie Patch, we update our blotter daily.
A group of women allegedly removed 29 perfume bottles from an Ulta beauty supply store in the 5400 block of Touhy Avenue on May 26. The suspects were driving a tan Toyota, which matched the description of a vehicle involved in a similar theft at an Ulta in Chicago, the report said.
Unknown offenders egged the front windows of a residence in the 4900 block of Jarvis Street on May 26.
Family Fighting Escalates
A woman in the 4700 block of Church Street reported that her uncle allegedly left threatening voicemails and harassing phone calls to her and her mother on May 25. She said the incidents have escalated since the woman’s father, her uncle’s brother, has been in the hospital, the report said.
Party Gets Too Rowdy for Host
A woman invited a group of her classmates from Oakton Community College over for a party at her home in 7800 block of Kedvale Avenue on May 26. One of the guests got too rowdy and was asked to leave. He left and took a case of beer from the home, the report said. The woman confronted the man, and the two began to push and scratch one another, according to the report. Fortunately, however, the woman was able to get her beer back. No charges were filed.
Check Point Nabs Alleged Drunk Driver
Authorities were conducting a traffic check point when they saw a blue Honda going eastbound on Touhy Avenue that had driven on the curb and then crossed the center line of the street. The driver was pulled over, and later revealed to have a BAC of .191.