Crime Briefs: Glencoe home burglarized

STORM DAMAGE

The Sept. 5 storm caused 1,100 Glencoe residents to lose power. As of Sept. 7, all power outages from the storm were resolved. At least six streetlights were out. Six streets were closed due to downed power lines and poles. One impacted area was along Green Bay Road. Winds up to 70 mph were noted. “Woodlawn [Avenue] was the worst hit,” said Glencoe Public Safety Deputy Chief Al Kebby, of the storm impact. Multiple power lines were down in backyards. One tree at a Glencoe residence was still inside a home as of Sept. 8.

BICYCLE THEFT

A Glencoe resident reported Sept. 7 that sometime between Aug. 23 and Sept. 7, two Trek bicycles and a Toro 621E snow blower were taken from a garage on the 700 block of Grove St. A men’s Trek model 7700 and women’s Trek model 7330 were stolen. The women’s bike is valued at $560 and the men’s bike is valued at $810. The snow blower loss is estimated at $600.

RESIDENTIAL BURGLARY

A home was burglarized Sept. 7 on the 600 block of Dundee Road. Someone entered through a rear, unlocked door and ransacked a bedroom. It is not known what, if anything, was taken.

COPPER THEFT

A copper downspout, valued at $400, was stolen from a residence, not a work site, on the 500 block of Monroe Street between June 20 and Aug. 28.

ANIMAL CALLS

A skunk was reported stuck in a pipe by a window well on the southeast side of a residence Sept. 5 on the 900 block of Valley Road. The complainant was referred to private wildlife removal services.

A caller on the 800 block of Bluff Street reported a bat in a bedroom Sept. 2. The bat was placed in a cage and removed.

CRIMINAL DAMAGE TO VEHICLE

Two cars were keyed in a driveway on the 700 block of Chestnut Lane Sept. 5. Damage to each car was placed at $100.

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