Police Blotter: Evanston man charged with intent to deliver cannabis

The following incidents were listed among the official reports of the Glencoe Police Department. Readers are reminded that an arrest does not constitute a finding of guilt. Only a court of law can make that determination. All court appearances are at the courthouse at 5600 Old Orchard Road, Skokie, unless otherwise noted.
 
CANNABIS
Ryan Stremmel, 18, of 261 Woodlawn Ave., Glencoe was cited for possession of drug paraphernalia and resisting arrest. He was stopped at Old Green Bay Road and Mortimer Road Feb. 23. Stremmel was given a $1,500 D bond. His court date is March 31. Stremmel was with William A. Pickering, 18, of 484 Sheridan Road, Unit 1, Evanston. Pickering was in bond court Feb. 24 after being charged with possession of more than 30 grams of cannabis and possession with intent to deliver. He was arrested at the same location that Stremmel was cited.
 
REVOKED DRIVER’S LICENSE
Patrick O’Bryan, 39, of 1635 Belmont Ave., Unit #702, Chicago, was stopped Feb. 18 at 348 Park Avenue for making a left turn into a parking spot. It was here the revoked driver’s license was determined. O’Bryan was given a $1,500 D bond. His court date is March 31.
 
NO DRIVER’S LICENSE
Alejandro Loyo, 43 of 341 Dalton Ave., Mundelein, was cited Feb. 20 for operating a vehicle without a driver’s license and while using a cell phone. Loyo was stopped at Green Bay Road and Northwood Drive. He was given a $1,500 cash bond. His court date is March 31 at 1:30 p.m.
 
Fidel Martinez-Lowe, 46, of 4808 S. Hermitage Ave., Chicago was cited for no valid driver’s license and failure to reduce speed Feb. 18 at Bluff Street and South Avenue. He was given a $1,500 cash bond. His court date is March 31.
 
SOLICITING WITHOUT A PERMIT
A resident Feb. 17 on the 500 block of Woodlawn Avenue that a woman in a yellow jacket was soliciting donations for her daughter’s participation in a cystic fibrosis walkathon. Winthrop Harbor police were notified to follow up with the woman’s residence at a hotel. A cystic fibrosis foundation was also contacted by police.
 
VEHICLE BURGLARY
A resident on the 900 block of Elm Ridge Drive stated Feb. 18 her wallet was taken from her car parked in a driveway. On Feb. 17, a resident on the 100 block of Scott Avenue reported he noticed items missing from his vehicle.
 
WEATHER-RELATED ACCIDENTS
Several accidents were reported in the Glencoe blotter due to recent snow and ice events.
 
BIOHAZARD BAG FOUND
On Feb. 21, a Glencoe Department of Public Works official reported finding a red medical biohazard bag after it was seen on top of the garbage cans at South School near the 200 block of Linden Avenue. It was found the bag contained adult diapers or briefs.
 
MAN RUMMAGING THROUGH REFUSE
On Feb. 18, a resident on the 300 block of Park Avenue reported a man had been seen going through recycling and garbage bins in her neighborhood alley during the last six weeks. The woman, who said the man’s vehicle was parked near her kitchen window, reported the man had been seen four times. At last reported incident, the woman yelled, “Hey, what are you doing?” This was when the man got into his vehicle and backed out of the alley. The recycling can was left closed. When police arrived, the man was gone.
 
UNSECURED BIKE
A men’s Trek mountain bike was found unsecured Feb. 19 at 724 Green Bay Road. The bike was kept by officials for safekeeping until an owner could be found.
 
HALTED TRAIN
A resident Feb. 19 stated a train was stopped near the 400 block of Washington Avenue. The gates remained in a down position. It was found the train was headed southbound but was out of power, causing the gates to stay down. The issue was resolved.

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