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8 | January 25, 2018 | The lake forest leader NEWS Find the right camp for your child! • Art Camps • Day Camps • Educational Camps • Overnight Camps • Sports Camps PRESENTED BY 22ND CENTURY MEDIA Saturday, Feb. 24, 2018 10am - 2pm 1515 Lake Cook Road, Northbrook, IL AND MORE TO COME! MORE INFO AT FREE FACE PAINTING! FREE BALLOON ANIMALS! (10:30 AM - 1:30 PM) (847) 272-4565 Sponsored by Police Reports Highland Park woman charged with DUI, endangering life of a child Michelle K. Debrocke, 35, of Highland Park, was charged with a DUI of alcohol and endangering the life of a child at 1:09 a.m. on Jan. 7 in the intersection of Sheridan Road and Old Elm Road in Lake Forest. Police on routine patrol observed a black Jeep with its hazard lights on parked in front of a locked gate on Sheridan Road near Fort Sheridan. Officers stopped to check on the driver and located Debrocke in the driver seat and a female child, 4, in the back seat. As police spoke with Debrocke, they observed signs of intoxication and, when questioned, Debrocke admitted to having two drinks earlier. Further investigation was conducted, including a standard field sobriety test that gave a reading of .162 BAC. In other police news: Lake Forest: Jan. 11 • Residential burglary was Plan From Page 3 ties surrounding it such as Arden Shore Subdivision, the interchange of Route 41 and Route 176, the Commonwealth Edison property along Route 176 and the business and residential areas of Knollwood. The concern about Shore Acres Country Club is the club could sell part of the land to developers, and per Schuster, the village of Lake Bluff has no control reported at 11:41 p.m. in the 400 block of Linden Avenue. Police determined that suspects used a brick to break a sliding door and make entry into the home. Police are still working on possible suspects in the incident and narrowing the time of occurrence. Anyone with possible information should contact Detective Milczarek at the Lake Forest Police Department. Jan. 10 • Residential burglary was reported at 5:25 p.m. in the 200 block of Ahwahnee Lane. Police determined that suspects used a rock to break a window and make entry into the home. Police ask anyone with possible information to contact Detective Milczarek at the Lake Forest Police Department. over it. “What if there is a fivestory hotel on the property that catches on fire?” Miller asked, noting that Lake Bluff fire services would respond to it, even though the village might not have had a say in its development in the first place. “They could put up a Trump Tower,” Miller continued. “It is lakefront property, and we should have a say in its development.” Kraus suggested they could approach the country Lake Bluff: Jan. 8 • A driver was charged with possession of cannabis, possession of drug paraphernalia and speeding at 5:34 p.m. on Carriage Park Avenue. Jan. 7 • A disabled vehicle was reported at 8:40 p.m. in the area of northbound Route 41 at Route 176. An officer located a single vehicle accident on northbound Route 41 at Imperial Motors. The officer met with the driver, who stated he began to slide on ice and struck the center median. The driver stated he already contacted a tow company. EDITORS NOTE: The Lake Forest Leader’s Police Reports are compiled from official reports found on file at the Lake Forest and Lake Bluff Police Department headquarters. Individuals named in these reports are considered innocent of all charged until proven guilty in the court of law. club and residential owners with the idea of a neutral financial transaction. Regarding Knollwood, Collins said, “The Waukegan Road corridor is quite a strong retail corridor. The new hospital [in Lake Forest] is an opportunity for growth. I wish we had annexed Knollwood when we had a chance.” Kraus noted that none of these areas can be forcibly annexed. Residents and property owners would have to agree to it. News the lake forest leader | January 25, 2018 | 9 THE WILMETTE BEACON 27-year-old Wilmette woman stabbed mother in bed A Wilmette woman accused of stabbing her mother is being charged with attempted murder, among other charges, according to the Wilmette Police Department. Dinah Larson, 27, allegedly used a knife to stab her 60-year-old mother multiple times while she was in bed Thursday morning, Jan. 18, in the 1900 block of Highland Avenue. According to a press release, officers responded to the residence, where both women live, around 7:04 a.m. following a 911 call. By the time police arrived, the daughter had fled the home. Responding officers located the offender in the 2000 block of Washington Avenue, where she was taken into custody. The mother was taken to the hospital with non-life-threatening injuries. After further investigation and review by the Cook County State Attorney’s Office, Larson was charged with attempted murder, aggravated battery against a person over 60 and aggravated domestic battery. Larson was transported to the Cook County Department of Corrections and remains in custody on a non-bond. According to her Facebook page, Larson had attended New Trier High School. Reporting by Eric De- Grechie, Managing Editor. Full story at THE GLENVIEW LANTERN Residents make valentines for local veterans It’s undeniable that military service is ingrained in Glenview’s culture and history. As recently as 1995, the Glenview Naval Air Station prepared soldiers to fight for their country. Throughout the last two decades, the training sites and landing strips became restaurants and condos. The name changed, as well. It’s now called The Glen. Glenview’s history of service, however, has not been lost on the younger generations. Nearly 15 young residents — and a few older ones — turned out to make Valentine’s Day cards for veterans Jan. 12 at the Glenview Public Library. Using construction paper, scissors, stickers and markers, participants created more than 50 cards with messages of love and gratitude. Reporting by Jeremy Turley, Freelance Reporter. Full story at GlenviewLantern. com. THE NORTHBROOK TOWER District 27 leading township-wide emergency preparedness In addition to educating students, schools are also responsible for ensuring the safety and security of the students. To that end, Kimberly Arakelian, District 27’s assistant superintendent for finance and operations, provided an update on the townshipwide emergency preparedness plan at the District’s Thursday, Jan. 18 school board meeting. District 27 created the plan and the townshipwide process began last February. 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