The following items were taken from Winnetka, Wilmette and Kenilworth police records.
• On March 10, a resident of the 700 block of Mount Pleasant Street discovered that between March 8 and March 10 someone had had forced entry to the residence and removed jewelry from a bedroom closet. Amount of loss is estimated at more than $10,000.
• On March 10, a witness reported that someone entered a residence in the 800 block of Mount Pleasant Street without permission. The offender quickly exited the residence when he encountered a barking dog and left in his vehicle.
• On March 10, a 49-year-old Huntley woman was arrested for fleeing a peace officer. She was also cited for speeding, improper lane usage, disobeying a stop sign and driving in the wrong lane.
• On March 9, a 58-year-old Highland Park man was arrested for public indecency near the intersection of Elm Street and Green Bay Road. This arrest was made subsequent to a report of a man in the street with his pants partially down exposing himself.
• On March 9, a 52-year-old Palatine woman was arrested for driving under the influence of alcohol in the 1300 block of Willow Road. She was also cited for improper lane usage.
• On March 7, someone discovered that sometime between March 6 and March 7 someone removed a black and silver Apple iPad 3 16GB from a classroom shelf or desk drawer at New Trier High School. It is unknown if the classroom was secured at the time of the incident. The loss is estimated at $479.
• On March 7, a woman in the 500 block of Lincoln Avenue discovered that someone removed an Apple MacBook Pro 13-inch in a black neoprene sleeve from the passenger seat of her vehicle. The amount of loss is estimated at $1,239.
• On March 7, someone removed an Apple iPhone 4 8GB in a black and white case from a drawstring bag in an unsecured locker in the boy's locker room at New Trier High School. Amount of loss is estimated at $479.
• On March 6, a 15-year-old boy at New Trier High School was cited for possession of cannabis.
• On March 5, resident in the 800 block of Green Bay Road discovered that someone removed an unattended 17" Hewlett-Packard laptop computer in a black cloth bag that also contained a "Magic Jack" USB. Amount of loss is estimated at $100.
• On March 5, a 16-year-old boy at New Trier High School was arrested for disorderly conduct after a suspicious Twitter message came to the attention of the police department indicating the juvenile was going to bring a bomb to school and blow it up. A subsequent investigation revealed no bomb existed. The case was referred to Peer Jury.
• On Feb. 28, a woman reported that on Feb. 23, someone at an event in the 700 block Sheridan Road approached her and a physical altercation ensued. Investigation continues.
• On Feb. 15, a woman reported that on after delivering pizzas to the home in the 100 block of Westview Road, she observed two juveniles make inappropriate gestures and partially expose themselves. A subsequent investigation identified two juveniles, ages 10 and 12, as responsible. In cooperation with the juvenile's parents, the matter was resolved to the satisfaction of the complainant. Police did not release the information in the report until this week.
• On March 7, a woman reported that her billfold was missing after she used the copier at the Wilmette Public Library at 1242 Wilmette Ave.
• On March 10, officers responded to a report of a prowler at in the 400 block of Sunset. Two intoxicated minors were located. Further investigation revealed that there had been a party at another home on the block earlier. A third minor at that residence was intoxicated. All three were charged with underage consumption of alcohol under village ordinance and turned over to parents.
• On March 9, a Skokie resident reported that her laptop was missing after she visited with a friend in the 800 block of Lavergne. She was unsure whether she left it on the roof of her car and drove off or is the item was stolen.
• On March 9, officers responded to 500 block of 4th Street for a burglary to a restaurant. Money was taken from the register. It appears the offender knew the alarm code and used a key to gain entry.