Tenant Served Order of Protection on North Pine Ave

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Arlington Heights police and Cook County Sheriff’s police responded about 6:31 p.m. Friday to a report of a landlord-tenant dispute. Police received a report that the tenant was knocking on the door after his locks were changed. When Arlington Heights police arrived, Cook County Sheriff’s deputies were already on the scene serving the tenant an order of protection.

Arlington Heights police have responded repeatedly for at least one week with reports of the tenant in a disturbance with neighbors, and yelling obscenities in the middle of the night.

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