Libertyville Police Blotter for July 13
Updated: September 17, 2012 1:59AM
The following incidents were listed among the official reports of the Libertyville Police Department. Readers are reminded that an arrest does not constitute a finding of guilt. Only a court of law can make that determination.
Police responded to an apartment in the 500 block of West Park Avenue at 11:37 p.m. and 12:05 a.m. on July 7 on a noise complaint. On the second incident, police arrested G. Alexander McDonald, 21, of 549 W. Park Ave., Libertyville, on a charge of providing alcohol to a minor. Meghan H. Link, 20, of 1109 Loyola Drive, Libertyville, was also charged with illegal consumption of alcohol by a minor. Both were taken into custody and processed. They were later released on individual $120 cash bonds and their court dates were scheduled for Aug. 8 in Mundelein Branch Court.
Four vehicles and the garage of one the residences were burglarized over the weekend of June 29-July 1. The thefts occurred in the Greentree area on Tamarack Lane, Catalpa Court, and Tracy and Weeping Willow Lanes. Three residents reported that their vehicles were in their driveways, but were unlocked. The items removed from the vehicles were a Movado watch with a silver/gold band and black face valued at $800, a cell phone charger, a backpack with children’s snacks and a pair of sunglasses. At one of the homes, an overhead garage door was believed left open and two sets of Callaway golf clubs and bags were stolen. The golf clubs, bags and accessories were valued at $4,000.
Homeowners on Fairlawn Avenue, Nordic Court and Dawes Street reported on July 8 that their vehicles had been burglarized sometime during the previous night. A total of five vehicles were burglarized and all the vehicles had been unlocked and parked in the residents’ driveways. The items taken included a cell phone, sunglasses and cell phone accessories valued at $60, two gas credit cards, and $20 in cash.
Roman Komlev, 27, of 499 Grosse Pointe Circle, Vernon Hills, was charged with driving while license suspended and failure to display registration plate on July 3. At approximately 4:40 p.m., Komlev was stopped when police observed his vehicle without a front license plate. Komlev was stopped on Hollister Drive east of Milwaukee Avenue and was found to be driving on a suspended driver’s license. He was arrested and the vehicle towed. He was taken into custody and processed and later released on a $1,500 personal recognizance bond with a July 27 court date at the Lake County Courthouse in Waukegan.
Karina Alvarez-Ruiz, 38, of 1425 N. Cleaver St., 1R, Chicago, was charged with driving while license suspended, expired registration and speeding after she was stopped at 4:15 a.m. July 6 in the 700 block of North Milwaukee Avenue. She was found to be driving with a suspended driver’s license and with expired registration on the vehicle and she was arrested. She was taken into custody and later released on a $1,500 personal recognizance bond pending an Aug. 8 court date in Mundelein Branch Court.
NO VALID DRIVER’S
Marilyn A. Perry, 19, of 4039 Thresher St., Great Lakes, was charged with no valid driver’s license, operating an uninsured vehicle and improper use of headlights on July 2. At approximately 11:30 p.m. Perry was observed driving first without headlights and then with only high beams near the 1300 block of South Milwaukee Avenue. During the traffic stop Perry was found to be driving without a driver’s license and without insurance on the vehicle and she was arrested and the vehicle towed. She was processed and then released on a $2,000 personal recognizance bond pending an Aug. 8 court date in Mundelein Branch Court.
Sometime between June 28 and July 2, thieves stole the headlights and the assembly that controls the headlights from a 2012 Mitsubishi Outlander GT at Libertyville Mitsubishi. The items are unique and can be only used in this vehicle. The parts were valued at $1,600.
A utility shed at the Dymond Road soccer fields was vandalized with spray paint on July 3. Graffiti was written on the right side and back of the shed with purple spray paint. No damage estimate was listed.
A resident in the 600 block of West Park Avenue reported on July 3 that a gang name was spray painted on the window sill of the building. It was not known when the vandalism occurred.