Vernon Hills Police Blotter for July 23
Updated: September 24, 2012 1:29AM
The following incidents were listed among the official reports of the Vernon Hills Police Department. Readers are reminded that an arrest does not constitute a finding of guilt. Only a court of law can make that determination.
Reese E. Gonzalez, 18, of 38170 N. Golf Lane, Wadsworth, was charged with possession of cannabis and possession of drug paraphernalia on July 11 in the 300 block of Mallard Court. An officer observed the male suspect participating in a drug buy. He was released on a $1,500 recognizance bond pending a July 30 court date in Waukegan.
Desiree Opthof, 51, of 1601 Wilton Court, Green Oaks, was charged with criminal defacement on July 10 in the parking lot of Home Depot, 493 N. Milwaukee Ave. Female suspect scratched the victim’s car with her keys. She was issued a notice to appear and released pending an Aug. 9 court date in Mundelein.
Jason R. George, 28, of 43402 N. Lynndale Drive, Zion, was charged with driving under the influence of alcohol, DUI (BAC over .08), possession of cannabis, improper lane usage, no valid driver’s license and illegal transportation of alcohol after a traffic stop on July 7 at Milwaukee Avenue and Hawthorn Hills. Roshanda L. Burton, 32, of 6321 25th Ave., Kenosha, Wis., a passenger in the vehicle, was charged with illegal transportation of alcohol. Male suspect was observed weaving in his lane of traffic. The female passenger was found with an open bottle of alcohol. George was released on a $3,000 recognizance bond pending an Aug. 1 court date in Waukegan. Burton was given a notice to appear and released pending an Aug. 9 court date in Mundelein.
Audrey J. Abrams, 18, of 2125 Birchwood Lane, Buffalo Grove, was charged with attempted possession of a fictitious ID card and attempted possession of alcohol by a minor on July 8 at 7-Eleven, 145 W. Townline Road. Female suspect attempted to purchase alcohol with a fraudulent ID. She was released on a $1,500 recognizance bond and was scheduled to appear in court on July 23 in Waukegan.
Rosalyn T. Brown, 29, of 4637 N. 78th St., Milwaukee, Wis., and Shamaro Miles, 18, of 3787 N. 13th St., Milwaukee, Wis., were charged with retail theft and illegal transportation of alcohol on July 6. The two female suspects left Ulta, 701 N. Milwaukee Ave., without paying for $859 worth of fragrances, reports say. Their vehicle was stopped a short time later on Route 60 and police found an open bottle of alcohol. They were remanded to the Lake County Jail on $3,000 bond pending a bond hearing. No further court information was available.
Amber M. Cybul, 32, of 3836 W. Roscoe St., Chicago, was charged with theft on July 7 at a business on West Hawthorn Parkway. Female employee stole $6,400 in cash collections. She was remanded to the Lake County Jail on a $5,000 bond and was scheduled to appear in court on July 16 in Waukegan. No further court information was available.
Matthew W. Olson, 20, of 2472 Lawson Blvd., Gurnee, Norbert Zgorka, 22, of 2300 Flicker Lane, Rolling Meadows, and Heather Zgorka, 18, of 2300 Flicker Lane, Rolling Meadows, were charged with theft at the Brunswick Zone, 316 Center Drive. Two male and one female suspects left the bowling alley without returning the bowling shoes valued at $150. The suspects were issued notices to appear and released and are scheduled to appear in court on Aug. 9 in Mundelein.
Ross W. Gilmour, 19, of 417 Garnett Ave., Winthrop Harbor, was charged with theft July 9 on Timber Lane. Male suspect took two rings from the victim. He posted $150 cash bond and was released pending an Aug. 2 court date in Waukegan.
Jamie L. Nolan, 35, of 617 W. Park Ave., Libertyville, was charged with retail theft on July 9 at Sears, 2 Hawthorn Center. Female suspect left the store without paying for clothing, jewelry and cosmetics valued over $150. She was given a notice to appear and released pending a July 30 court date in Waukegan.
Two 15-year-old male juveniles were arrested for shoplifting on July 12 at Sears, 2 Hawthorn Center. Male suspects left the store without paying for clothing valued at $33.15 and $38.51. They were given notices to appear and released and given Aug. 9 court dates.