Glenview Blotter: Identity Thefts and Digital Harassment
Also featured in this week's blotter, a local DUI and a rude job applicant.
The following reports were provided by theGlenview Police Department. Arrests and charges are accusations and do not indicate guilt.
Reverse Psychology Job Interview?
On Jan. 2, an employee of a business on the 1900 block of Glenview Rd. reported a harassing phone call from a woman who wanted a job, police say.
On Jan. 2, a Glenview resident reported someone used their personal information to open a fraudulent credit card, according to police. Their information was also used to produce fraudulent identification allowing the offender to withdraw money from their bank account, police say. Reported loss is about $2,900.00.
On Jan. 3, someone reported their personal information was fraudulently used by an unknown person to buy a car on June 27, 2012, police say.
On Jan. 4, a Glenview resident reported receiving numerous text messages on their phone from an unknown person, according to police. The messages started in March, 2012 but stopped abruptly, until they resumed again recently, police say.
On Jan. 5, Michael Horvitz, 22, of Northbrook, was arrested on the 4000 block of West Lake Ave. and charged with Driving Under The Influence of Alcohol, Speeding and Improper Lane Usage, according to police.