The following items were taken from Glenview Police Department reports, news releases and records. Arrest does not mean finding guilt.
Robert Reimann, 26, of the 700 block of 7th Street in Glenview was charged with house battery June 21. He was arrested after an investigation into the incident in the 700 block of 7th Street. He was arrested for trial.
Flavin Ciontos, 37, of 3500 block of Olcott Avenue in Chicago was charged with driving under the influence of alcohol, driving without insurance, failure to sign and if necessary and driving with registration ended June 20. Arrested following a car stop in 2400 block of Indigo Lane. He was released on bail and is scheduled to appear in Cook County Court on July 13 in Skokie.
Justin N, Smith, 47, of the 8400 block of Perry Avenue in Chicago was charged with drunken driving, unlawful possession of a motor vehicle, driving uninsured vehicle and failure to sign on June 17. He was arrested after making traffic stops at 2300 blocks on East Lake Avenue. He was released on bail and is scheduled to appear in Cook County Court on July 13 in Skokie.
Kevin O’Connor, 21, of the 1500 block of the Sequoia Trail in Glenview was charged with driving under the influence of alcohol, speeding and reckless driving June 22. He was arrested following a car stop in the 1100 block of Waukegan Road. He was released on bail and is scheduled to appear in Cook County Court on July 18 in Kokkokie.
A Glenview resident reported between 8 p.m. June 13 and 10 am June 14 an unidentified man removed a digital reader from a resident car while it was parked on the road in the 200 block of Parkview Drive.
A business owner in the 2000 block of Johns Court claimed that a former employee stole several items from the company’s parking lot on June 13.
Someone reported that an unidentified man stole their wallet after he lost it at a business in the 2100 block of Pfingsten Road June 15.
A Glenview resident reported June 15 that an unidentified person used the resident’s information to open an account with a business.
A Glenview resident said on June 14 that an unidentified man tried to file a tax using the citizen’s information.
A Glenview resident reported June 20 an unknown person used his experience to buy a 1,399.99 electronic device June 20.
A Glenview resident reported June 15 calling someone through phone numbers a resident thought it was a viable business and the man told the resident to buy $ 1,150 gift cards and send codes to the person. The citizen realized that it was a fraud.
A Glenview resident claimed to have received a counterfeit check of up to $ 4,000 in connection with the sale of goods through an airline business June 16.
Steve Sadin is a freelance journalist for Pioneer Press.