The Northbrook Police Department recently issued a news release that contained information about several arrests. It’s important to note that being arrested does not always lead to a conviction.
One of the arrests that was announced was of Duiabriair Fields from Calumet. On May 11, Fields was charged with drunken driving, illegally transporting alcohol, improperly parking on the road, and driving an uninsured vehicle. Police found Fields asleep in the middle of an intersection, with the driver unconscious in the car. After waking her up, police discovered a bottle of alcohol by her side and determined that she was drunk. Fields is scheduled to appear in Cook County Courthouse on June 8th.
Eidos Abitey from Chicago was also arrested for several charges, including driving without a valid license, driving with an expired and suspended registration, and driving an uninsured vehicle. Police stopped him after realizing that his registration had expired and that he did not have a valid license. Abitey is also scheduled to appear in Cook County Court on June 8th.
Alex Y. Rubio from Hoffman Estates was charged with theft on May 8th. Rubio was a former employee of a business on Block 700 of Skokie Boulevard who turned himself in to Northbrook police after committing the theft of $800 during a robbery at the store. Rubio is scheduled to appear in Cook County Court on May 31st.
Another person who was charged with theft was seen on video footage stealing clothes and jewelry from a store and leaving without paying. She is scheduled to appear in Cook County Courthouse in Skokie on June 15th.
In addition to these arrests, a corporate owner on Skokie Blvd reported that an unknown individual requested that they email $4,800 for an unpaid bill. The owner later realized it was a fake email and reported the incident to police. Another company on Lake Cook Road reported that a catalytic converter was stolen from their vehicle on May 8th. Finally, officials from a company on Huehl Road reported that an unknown individual had cashed a check disguised as a company check and received over $9,800.