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Traffic Stop for Cell Phone Use of Texting Use Might Result in Gift Instead of Ticket Starting Today

Beginning today, Friday October 27, 2017, if you get pulled over by police in Arlington Heights for violating a distracted driving law, you might be surprised to learn that you will get a cellphone cradle gift from the police officer instead of a $120 ticket. Talking or texting on the phone would normally cost you […]

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Grayslake Police Work to Control Coyote Population After Attacks of Small Dogs

GRAYSYLAKE POLICE HIRE COYOTE TRAPPERS The Grayslake Police Department has received several reports of coyotes traversing some neighborhoods over the past few weeks. In some instances, small dogs have fallen victim to coyote attacks. (Grayslake police removed a post about curbing their coyote population.) In response to these reports, the Grayslake Police Department is contacting […]

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CPR: Wheeling Police Officer/JV Football Coach Saves Collapsed Referee with Paramedics at Wheeling High School

Wheeling police and firefighter/paramedics responded about 5:26 p.m. Thursday October 19, 2017 to save the life of a referee from Downers Grove, who collapsed on the middle field during a high school football game. A police officer was already on the scene, and Wheeling firefighter/paramedics were also nearby standing by for the football game. The […]

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Arlington Heights Police Welcome New K-9 “Brit” and New Assignment for Officer Turano

Arlington Heights Police Department this week introduced K-9 Brit and his handler Officer Mike Turano. Brit is a 2 1/2 year-old Malinois Shephard mix (“maliherd”) from Slovakia. He was born February 14, 2015 and heeds commands in Dutch. K-9 units are frequently used for narcotics searching and tracking suspects. Officer Michael Turano was given a […]

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Citizens Help Wauconda Police Catch Escaped, Galloping Horse in Town

Wauconda Police Department: Dashcam video as police follow a horse that escaped and was galloping through town Tuesday evening, September 5, 2017. Nick Willis and Alix Keelan helped the Wauconda Police Department wrangle a horse Tuesday night sometime after 7:45 p.m. The horse kept on galloping for a nice medium pace, running through sides stree […]

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Injured Hummingbird Rescued at Arlington Heights Temporary Police Station

Arlington Heights Officer Regilio came upon this injured hummingbird outside of the police station. Apparently the bird flew into the window of the office building. With the help of Arlington Heights Animal Warden Geier, the bird was placed into a cardboard box and will be given an hour to recoup. If the bird is still […]

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Three Police Promotions at August 21 Village Board Meeting, Arlington Heights

The Village of Arlington Heights announced that three Arlington Heights Police Department members were promoted at the Monday Night August 21, 2017 meeting of the Village Board. Mark Recker, is promoted to new Deputy Police Chief, Joseph Pinnello is promoted to Police Commander, and Alexandra Nelson is promoted to Police Sergeant. Mark Recker recently served […]

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Parking Restrictions in Effect for Chicago Bears Practice at Prospect High School

The Chicago Bears are practicing at Prospect High School today. The parking restrictions on the map provided Facebook.com/MountProspectPolice are currently in effect. Some areas of the map include Arlington Heights and those areas will be enforced by our Traffic Unit. There will be Officers in the area to monitor the increased traffic flow. If you […]

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Lake County Sheriff’s Corrections Officers and Court Security Officers Save Life of Man Suffering Opioid Overdose in Courtroom

Three Lake County Sheriff’s Correctional Officers saved the life of a man suffering an opioid overdose in a courtroom on Wednesday, August 16, 2017 about 10:30 a.m. Lake County Sheriff’s Court Security Officers observed a 24 year-old man slumped over, in the public viewing area of courtroom C-120. Although the man was not in custody […]

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Lake County Sheriff K-9 Boomer Takes 1st Place in Explosive Door Bottoms Category

Deputy Kilpatrick and his K9 Boomer took 1st place in “Explosive Door Bottoms” category, with the winning “hide” being placed 14′ deep in a room behind two 10′ closed doors. According to the judges, it’s rare that a first-year K-9 places in the top 3 of any event. The “Explosive Door Bottoms” category was one […]

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Chicago Englewood Neighborhood School, St Benedict the African, Holds Thank You Barbecue For Chicago Police

Officer Mike Cleary is one officer that got extra credit for making a difference at St. Benedict the African School and neighborhood. Chicago police officers were thanked at a barbecue at St. Benedict the African School on Chicago’s south side West Englewood neighborhood this week. The school is located at 60th Street and Lafflin. Get […]

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Cook County Forest Preserves Police K-9 “Drago” Dies of Apparent Heat Illness Locked in Patrol Car

Cook County Forest Preserves K-9 “Drago” died Wednesday June 14, 2017 while locked in a patrol car, and apparently from complications caused by heat exposure, Cook County officials report. The K-9 police dog is believed to have been left unattended in the forest preserve police car while the officer processed an alleged suspect at the […]

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