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A look at weird crimes in our Patch region this week.
Police & Fire, The Neighborhood Files
Also featured: harassing phone calls were made to Pita Inn, threatening to blow up the restaurant.
According to Glenview police, someone reported an animal resembling a cougar near their home on Crescent Ln. on Sunday.
A criminal charge represents merely an accusation, defendants named below are presumed innocent until proven guilty.
Police & Fire
Guest participation in the Firehouse 5K Charity Run will help support the charities of the Glenview Fire Department Local 4186.
About $550,000 worth of damage occurred when trees and the building's exterior caught on fire Wednesday.
Multiple cars were burglarized over several days in Glenview — police say this trend is new.
Also featured in this week's incident report: An attempted vehicular theft and lots of stolen power tools.
Proceeds from the race will help support the charities of the Glenview Fire Department Local 4186, such as Camp I Am Me and Youth Services of Glenview & Northbrook.
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