Updated: July 15, 2012 2:24PM
The following incidents were listed among the official reports of the Wilmette and Kenilworth Police Departments. Readers are reminded that an arrest does not constitute a finding of guilt. Only a court of law can make that determination. Court appearances take place in Cook County 2nd District Circuit Court, Skokie, unless indicated otherwise.
Caterina L. Comerci, 39, of 1934 Lake Ave. in Wilmette, was scheduled to have appeared June 12 in Cook County Court on a charge of domestic battery, stemming from a June 10 incident at that address. Police arrested Comerci after investigating an incident in which another resident of the house sustained a laceration on the top of that person’s head. Police said the victim told them Comerci broke a wine glass over the victim’s head during an altercation.
Kasha Kryzak, 28, of 228 Hibbard Road in Wilmette, appeared in bond court June 11 after being charged with domestic battery in connection with a June 10 incident at that address. Police said they arrested Kryzak after another resident at the house said she came home from Gillson Park and fought with the victim, grabbing the victim by the hair and pushing the victim to the ground. Other officers later arrived at the Hibbard Avenue address to speak with Kryzak after receiving multiple reports of a fight in which she was involved in within a car at Gillson Park earlier that day.
Police arrested Atticus H. Missner, 41, of 849 Michigan Ave. in Wilmette on June 3 and cited him under a local ordinance for possessing marijuana, after stopping his auto for a traffic violation.
A resident of the 200 block of 17th Street told police June 6 that he interrupted a burglary to a neighbor’s garage, scaring off four to five men who fled south on bicycles after being confronted.
A resident of the 1500 block of Isabella Avenue told police June 4 that someone forced open the front door of his house and took a computer and numerous pieces of jewelry. There were no loss estimates in the initial report.
Andrew Wildy, 51, will appear June 21 in Cook County Court on a misdemeanor theft charge stemming from a Feb. 29 theft at the Wilmette Masonic Foundation, 1010 Central Ave. Police arrested Wildy, a homeless man whose last known address was 1458 Chicago Ave. in Evanston, on June 7, after he came into the police station at 710 Ridge Ave., seeking help. Police had already identified him in the February theft, in which between $100 and $200 in coins were taken from a jug collecting charitable donations. Police said Wildy acknowledged taking the coins.
Police arrested Stephen Harmath, 53, of 8310 Central Park Ave. in Skokie on June 8 and cited him with a local ordinance ticket for theft after they said he stole pallets that had been stored at the Edens Plaza shopping center. The initial report didn’t provide Harmath’s court date.
An Evanston woman told police June 9 that someone stole her engagement and wedding rings, valued at an estimated $9,355 in total, while she used a tanning bed at Palm Beach Tan, 110 Skokie Blvd. on May 30. Staff told her that two clients used the same tanning room after her.
A man told police June 5 that his sunglasses, valued at $140, were taken from his unlocked locker in the employee locker room at the Michigan Shores Country Club, 911 Michigan Avenue.
Police cited Jelecia Anthony, 22, 2828 W. Lunt in Chicago, a clerk at the Fresh Market grocery store at 3232 Lake Ave. in the Edens Plaza center, on June 7 for selling alcohol to an underage purchaser. The purchaser was taking part in a police department alcohol sales compliance check. The initial report did not give a court date.
Police investigated a residential burglary June 5 on the 100 block of Oxford Road, after responding to an alarm and finding a broken window. Items were taken from the home, and the loss is being assessed, police said.
Two residents of the 100 block of Abingdon Road told police June 6 that someone entered their unlocked vehicles. In one case a backpack was removed, then discarded near the residence; in the second case, someone took a smart phone valued at $300. .
A resident of the 600 block of Brier Street told police June 7 that three separate attempts had been made to make purchases using his credit cards.
A resident of the 200 block of Oxford Street told police June 6 that someone took three unsecured bicycles from his driveway..
Police made a traffic stop June 9 on Anthony James Fitzgerald, 39, of 7460 Mallard Court in Indianapolis, then arrested him when they discovered he was wanted on an outstanding warrant from the Champaign County Sheriff’s Department for failing to appear in court on a previous charge.
A resident of the 100 block of Kenilworth Avenue told police June 9 that he had discovered a broken window in his house.