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6 | April 12, 2018 | The winnetka Current news winnetkacurrent.com Willow Willson The Sanderson family of Winnetka Willow Willson is the Sanderson family’s 5-year-old hound mix — Willow, for the family’s favorite tree, and Willson, for Willson Contreras, the Cubs’ catcher. Almost every morning, she meets her many furry friends at the woods to play. She is the sweetest dog ever. The family got her from an animal shelter in Indiana two-and-a-half years ago. She is really fast and likes to sprint around the yard. She curls up into a small ball next to the heater to stay warm. Whenever the family comes to pet her, she wags her tail. She loves being scratched behind her long, soft ears and also loves to go for rides in the car. The Winnetka Current is always in need of pets for Pet of the Week. To submit your own pet, send a photo and short story to Editor Jacqueline Glosniak at email@example.com. 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In other police news: NORTHFIELD March 27 • A resident of Brookhill Drive reported that between 9:30 a.m. on March 23- 10 a.m. on March 26, someone gained access to her checking account and stole $1,000. March 26 • Three residents from the 200 block of Churchill Street reported car breakins to their unlocked vehicles occurring sometime during the overnight hours, including: One resident reporting car keys stolen from their unlocked Toyota and used to steal a 2011 Honda from the driveway, Another who said their 2004 Lexus was searched wyo From Page 4 out wildflowers and other understory plant species, making them a big problem for the ecosystem in Illinois and nearby states. After receiving instructions and tools, the volunteers made their way to an area where buckthorn plant numbers were especially high. Protected from the plants by gardening gloves, goggles and many and rummaged through, but nothing was stolen, and Someone saying their 2003 Lexus was rummaged through but nothing was stolen. • In reference to a traffic crash investigation in the 1800 block of Willow Road, Luis E. Pinacamarena, 47, of Northfield, was arrested at 4:43 p.m. for driving on a suspended license. WINNETKA April 1 • Daniel Andres Ruiz, 21, of Chicago, was arrested at 12:57 a.m. by Winnetka and Glencoe police at the intersection of Sheridan Road and Mary Street for driving without a valid driver’s license. Ruiz was also cited for speeding, improper lane usage and issued a local ordinance citation for possession of cannabis. • Gabriel Quevedo, 25, of Chicago, was arrested at 3:31 a.m. in the 300 block of Birch Street for driving under the influence of alcohol. He was also cited for speeding, improper lane usage, illegal transportation of alcohol and no proof of insurance. layers of warm clothing, they cleared hundreds of the plants over the course of two hours. Once the teens and adult volunteers removed the plants using saws and other tools, they dropped them in a fire pit to burn them. Perhaps unsurprisingly, this was a lot of fun for the teenage volunteers. Afterwards, Gikas reflected on the lasting value of this experience for adolescents who had not • Michael R. Capizzano, 29, of Addison, was arrested at 4:48 a.m. at the intersection of Elm Street and Lincoln Avenue for driving under the influence of alcohol. He was also cited for blocking the intersection and issued a local ordinance citation for possession of cannabis. March 31 • A resident of the 00 block of Warwick Road reported that on March 29, someone used their credit card to make $350 in unauthorized purchases. March 30 • A resident of the 1300 block of Hackberry Lane reported between 5:30- 10:30 p.m., someone damaged two windows and the patio door of their home. Repair costs were $300. March 29 • A resident of the 500 block of Chestnut Street discovered that between 7 a.m.-1 p.m., someone entered their unlocked vehicle and stole a wallet containing cash, a driver’s license and credit cards. The credit cards were then used shortly after to make previously considered the delicate balance of nature in their own backyards. “Our students have never thought about plants that may affect the ecosystem and how we can volunteer to help bring [the land] back to its natural state,” Gikas said. Although the WYO has participated in beach cleanups before, this marks the first occasion that they have cleaned up Forest Preserve land. more than $2,000 in unauthorized purchases. March 27 • Matthew C. LaLonde, 47, of Evanston, and Gary Delany, 61, of Winnetka, were issued local ordinance citations at 7:21 a.m. at the intersection of Hill Road and Evergreen Lane for engaging in a disturbance and damaging property. These citations were issued subsequent to an investigation of a 911 call reporting a motorist dispute in progress. • At 10:02 a.m., officers responded to a residential burglar alarm in the 400 block of Elder Lane. Upon arrival, they discovered unknown offenders gained entry to the residence and removed jewelry and coins. EDITOR’S NOTE: The Winnetka Current Police Reports are compiled by the Winnetka Police Department and the Northfield Police Department. They are ordered by the date the incident was reported. Individuals named in these reports are considered innocent of all charges until proven guilty in a court of law. “This experience was so great… We will definitely continue to volunteer at forest preserves,” she said. The WYO’s April programming also includes its annual Spring Benefit, which will take place this coming Saturday, April 14, at Avli Estiatorio in Winnetka. At that event, there will be a silent auction of items from the Chicago Blackhawks, Chicago Bears and Chicago Cubs.
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