Wilmette Police Blotter: Chicago man surrenders on charge of failure to appear

The following arrests 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.

Wilmette

DRUGS

Michael J. Debrown, 23, of 635 Autumn Drive in Roselle, is scheduled to appear Oct. 1 in Cook County Court on a charge of possessing drug paraphernalia, stemming from an Aug. 25 incident at Artisanal Wilmette, 414 Linden Ave. Police reported that officers were called to the store to investigate a suspicious incident in which a man had stayed in the bathroom for a suspiciously long time. When police got into the room, they found Debrown, and a hypodermic syringe. DeBrown reportedly told them he had injected a drug; he was taken to Evanston hospital; the case continues as police wait for results of lab tests on items from the incident.

DUI

Police arrested Linda Lathrop, 43, of 1315 Somerset Drive in Glenview, on Aug. 29 and charged her with driving under the influence of alcohol, following an incident that day that ended on the 4000 block of Lake Avenue.

FAILURE TO APPEAR

Christopher C. Budzinski, 36, of 3641 N. Newcastle Ave., Chicago, turned himself in Aug. 26 at the Wilmette police department 710 Ridge Road, on a warrant for failure to appear in court on a charge of driving on a suspended or revoked drivers license. The initial report did not say when Budzinski was originally charged, or where, nor did it say when he was next to appear in court. He was freed after paying 10 percent of a $10,000 bond.

Kenilworth

Kenilworth police reported no criminal arrests or ticket issuances in the week ended Aug. 29.

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