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Police: $2,400 Stolen from Regina High School

The following arrest information was provided by the Wilmette Police Department. When an arrest is mentioned, it does not indicate a conviction.

Fraud

A resident on the 1600 block of Spencer Ave. reported that she was contacted by her bank — Bank of America — asking if certain purchases made between April 25 and April 30 were made by her. Her credit card was cancelled since she had not made the purchases, police reports state. A parcel was delivered by UPS that she had not ordered and will be returned by the Wilmette property custodian.

Fraud

A resident on the 800 block of Oakwood St. reported that she had made a $600 donation to St. Francis School on Jan. 10. She later discovered that the check was cashed into a personal account at Bank of America, police reports state. The bank has not yet reimbursed her account. 

Identity Theft

A resident on the 900 block of Chippewa Ln. reported that an unknown offender(s) used his social security number to file for a tax return, according to police reports. The resident filed the police report so that the IRS would let him complete his tax return. 

Theft

Staff at Regina High School — at 700 Locust Rd. — reported that an unknown person(s) removed envelopes from a cash box in the food service area containing approximately $2,400, police reports state. The incident occurred between April 19 and April 29. 

Theft

An employee at Heritage Trail Mall reported that a customer took a platter without payment, police reports state. The incident occurred on April 29 at 6:29 p.m. 

Fraud

A customer at Panera — at 1199 Wilmette Ave. — reported that they received a fake $10 as change, police reports state. 

Fraud

A Chicago man reported that an unauthorized person(s) had used his credit card at Bed, Bath and Beyond located at 3232 Lake Ave., police reports state. 

Fraud

A resident on the 1300 block of Elmwood Ave. reported that her Discover Card had been used without authorization, police reports state. The incident occurred on April 15. 

Possession of Cannabis

Justin Abrams, 19, from an unlisted location is being charged with possession of cannabis violating a local ordinance, police reports state. Abrams found to have the possession of cannabis after being the driver of a vehicle that was stopped on the 200 block of Westmoreland Dr.

Expired License

Kimberly Frazier, 45, of Evanston is being charged for having a license expired over a year, Wilmette Police reports state. Frazier was pulled over in the 1000 block of Skokie Blvd. 

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