6 | April 12, 2018 | The Northbrook tower news northbrooktower.com Max The Epstein family, of Northbrook This is Max Epstein, a 4-yearold lab mix. Max use to live at the Heartland Animal Shelter before he was adopted by the Epstein family. Max now has three brothers and a sister. Max lives in a house with a big back yard that he loves to run around in and chase squirrels and other animals. Max loves playing keep away, going to the Doggie Do rite Daycare , playing with his cousin Linus and taking naps. Many of Max’s friends are still at the Heartland Shelter and he would love if some of them are saved. PLEASE HELP! The Tower needs Pet of the Week submissions! To see your pet featured as Pet of the Week, send photos and stories to Martin at martin@northbrooktower. com or at 60 Revere Drive, Suite 888, Northbrook. The North Shore’s Rug Cleaning Experts Any Size Area Rug $1.50 per square foot Cash & carry price. $1.75/SF for pick up & delivery. Minimums apply. Police Reports $3,000 worth of construction equipment stolen Approximately $3,000 worth of construction tools were stolen at 12:38 p.m. on April 2 from a residency in the 1700 block of Ellendale. Unknown person(s) removed the tools from the property while construction work was being done. In other police news: April 5 • A resident was alerted by their bank processing center about four fraudulent transactions that occurred on recent transactions totaling approximately $9,200. • Darrian Lebranch, 22, of Freeport, was charged with improper lane usage, no valid driver’s license and a bond forfeiture warrant from DuPage County, at 4:17 a.m. in the intersection of Willow and Waukegan. Officers stopped a vehicle after noticing a traffic offense. When stopped, they learned the driver did not have a valid license and had an outstanding warrant for her arrest from DuPage County. April 4 • Cassandra Carr, 46, of Joliet, was charged with a misdemeanor count of retail theft at 7:33 p.m. at the Homegoods store, located in the 800 block of Willow road. Carr was observed leaving the store without paying for several items. She was stopped at Walters and Waukegan shortly after and a loss prevention specialist was able to identify her as the subject. She was also found to have an outstanding warrant for her arrest from Will County. April 3 • When a resident of the 1100 block of White Mountain returned home from vacation, several windows and a rear patio door was open. After checking their house, they found several jewelry boxes that contained various items missing. April 2 • When a resident of the 4000 block of Sunset Lane returned home from work, they noticed damage to their rear door. It’s believe that entry was not made. • Gregory H. McQuillan, 51, of Mundelein, was charged with distracted driving (ear buds in), improper lane usage, driving while under the influence BAC more than .08, at 3:10 p.m. in the 600 block of Waukegan. • A resident of the 1200 block of Rudolph purchased an item of Ebay and was notified that the package was delivered for them. When they arrived to pick up the item, it was not there. April 1 • Fernando Montesinos- Rojas, 36, of Wheeling, was charged with driving while under the influence, driving while under the influence BAC more than .08, driving with a revoked driver’s license, illegal transportation of alcohol and improper lane usage at 9:55 p.m. in the intersection of Dundee and Sanders. March 31 • Nurgeldi Rahmanov, 29, of Chicago, was charged with improper lane usage, speeding, driving while under the influence and driving while under the influence BAC more than .08 at 4:37 a.m. in the intersection of Dundee and Midway. • When a resident of the 4000 block of Sunset returned home, they discovered an interior door had been forced open. Several closet doors were found open and items were thrown to the floor. It’s unknown if anything was missing. • Klevontaye White, 30, of Chicago, was charged with no tail lights and driving with a suspended license at 10 p.m. in the intersection of Dundee and Shermer. • Robert A. Groh Jr., 21, of Northbrook, was charged with driving with a taillight out and driving with a suspended license at 1:03 a.m. in the intersection of Dundee and Shermer. March 30 • Unknown subject(s) broke a window and gained entry into a home in the 4000 block of Pamela Lane at 10:33 p.m. • Zakaria Laamrani, 34, of Wheeling, was charged with retail theft at 4:05 p.m. at the Saks off Fifth store located in the 100 block of Skokie Boulevard. Laamrani removed two pairs of shorts from the store without paying for them. She was processed and released after posting bond. • A resident received a phone call from a caller stating they were calling from the American Police Alliance. No further information was furnished, but the resident was worried they had been scammed. EDITOR’S NOTE: The Northbrook Tower’s Police Reports are compiled from official reports found on file at the Northbrook Police Department headquarters in Northbrook. Individuals named in these reports are considered innocent of all charges until proven guilty in a court of law. The North Shore’s wood flooring experts. 1107 Greenleaf Ave, Wilmette 847-865-8283 KashianBros.com maple From Page 3 in 1949. It will be on the same Shermer Road location, but the main facility will be built on the athletic field of the current building. Construction will conclude in time for the 2019- 20 school year, meaning the current sixth-graders will start and finish their eighth-grade year in the new building. School administration and staff, which have been working out of trailers adjacent to the current Maple building, will be based in the Northview Bank and Trust building on Waukegan Road in Northfield during the construction. Last year’s referendum didn’t include an outline for how to replace the administrative building connected to the current facility, but the board approved the construction of a new two-story structure that will be part of the Maple School rebuilding project during its March 15 meeting. The debt certificates associated with the construction cannot exceed $2,025,000, and the purchase agreement calls for the certificates to mature in 10 years and be financed the operations fund.