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.
Peter R. Huften, 41, of 542 Kenilworth Ave. in Kenilworth, is scheduled to appear Aug. 22 in Cook County Court on charges of driving under the influence of alcohol, speeding, and driving without proof of insurance, following a July 25 incident that ended on the 1200 block of Green Bay Road.
Police arrested Sari L. Kaplan, 38, of 826 Lacrosse Ave. in Wilmette on Aug. 4 and charged her with driving under the influence of alcohol, following an incident that day which started on the northbound Edens Expressway and ended at that address. The initial report didn’t give her court date.
Taylor I. Sweitzer, 19, of 219 6th St. is scheduled to appear Aug. 22 in Cook County Court to face a local ordinance citation for drinking alcohol as a minor, following a July 31 incident on the 2200 block of Schiller Avenue. Police were called to a home on Schiller, to check reports of someone trying to break into the rear of the house. They found Sweitzer sitting on the back deck with a can of beer in his hand. He told officers he thought he was at a friend’s house in Winnetka and had walked there from his own home. After the homeowner decided not to press charges, police issued the ticket and Sweitzer was turned over to his parents.
Police arrested Evgeniy Barzinski , 53, of 1813 Hemlock Place in Schaumburg and issued him a local ordinance ticket for theft following an Aug. 2 incident at the Carson Pirie Scott department store, 3200 Lake Ave. in the Edens Plaza shopping center. Store officials told police that Barzinski took a pair of sunglasses valued at $50 and tried to leave without paying for them. He told officers he had been worrying about the health of a relative and did not realize he had done so.
Lamprini Nicolaou, 41, of 800 Elgin Road in Evanston, is scheduled to appear Sept. 9 in Cook County Court to face a local ordinance theft citation, following an Aug. 2 incident at the Carson Pirie Scott department store, 3200 Lake Ave. at the Edens Plaza. Store officials told police Nicolaou bought $90 worth of goods, but took a Godiva chocolate bar valued at $4 and ate it while shopping, but didn’t pay for it.
Police arrested Pablo Robollar, 35, of 3701 W. Diversey in Chicago and charged him with theft in connection with an Aug. 3 bicycle theft that took place on the 600 block of Leamington Avenue. Officers were called to the address by a citizen who saw a possible bike theft taking place. They located Robollar with a bicycle and stated that he admitted to having taken it. He was freed on a cash bond. The initial report didn’t give his court date.
Police issued a 14-year-old boy local ordinance tickets for disorderly conduct and discharging a so-called soft air gun following a July 29 incident on the 600 block of Skokie Court. Two men standing out by their cars on that block told police that they heard the sound of the gun and felt a pellet from the gun go by them before denting the car of one of them, a Chicago native. The initial report didn’t give a court date.
Police issued a traffic citation to Gisela S. Baker, 5544 Earlston Road in Kenilworth following an Aug. 1 traffic collision between the automobile Baker was driving and a bicyclist. Police reported that the mishap took place around 3:30 p.m. at the intersection of Lake Avenue and 13th Street, just east of the Metra tracks. The driver said she was traveling west in the curb lane of Lake when she hit the bicyclist, a 63-year-old Evanston woman. The bicyclist, who was treated at Evanston hospital, told police she had been crossing Lake Avenue when she was hit. The driver has a Sept. 9 court date.
Kenilworth police reported no criminal incidents in the week ended August 5.