Police from Arlington Heights responded about 1:00 a.m. Tuesday, September 6, 2022 to a report that a woman was attempting to enter homes; and was knocking on doors and ringing doorbells of random homes in the area of Princeton Avenue and Clarendon Road in Arlington Heights. Upon arrival, police found a woman yelling, “Do you want to try to inseminate me?” She also yelled, “I would like to see your resume.” A RING camera neighbor on the Neighbors app/website uploaded a video and reported, “This person was at our door at 1 AM this morning. Minor damage to the mail box but nothing other than that.”
The RING video shows that the unknown woman banged on the door with her hands, attempted to open the door, then ran the RING doorbell. Next, she took mail out of the mailbox, and pulled on the mailbox, which was attached to a wall on the porch. At the end of the video she sat on a chair on the porch and appeared to be reading the mail she got out of the mailbox.
The woman tried to avoid police when they arrived, but she climbed on top of a police SUV. Another neighbor who witnessed the disturbance, said she took off her clothes in front of the police. Paramedics were called to the scene for a psychiatric evaluation call, and the woman was safely transported to Northwest Community Hospital.
The information in this article is an early report published before any summary information was confirmed or released by police authorities. Additional information may have been acquired, but is pending confirmation or careful consideration prior to updating this article or publishing a new article.
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