Police: Intoxicated Teen Goes Home...To the Wrong House

The following arrest information was supplied by the Wilmette Police Department. It does not indicate a conviction.

Criminal Damage

Employees at Romona School reported that an unknown offender(s) broke a second floor window overnight with a lacrosse ball, police reports state. 

Burglary - non-residential

A resident on the 1600 block of Washington Ave. reported that between July 29 and July 30, an unlocked bicycle was taken from the garage., police reports state. 

Underage Liquor Consumption

Taylor Zweiter, 19, of Wilmette is being charged with underage liquor consumption after officers responded to a call of a man trying to enter a residence on the 2200 block of Schiller Ave. Officers found Zweiter trying to enter the home while intoxicated, and he appeared the house was his own.

Driving Under the Influence

Catherine Colmorgan, 35, of Wimlette is being charged with driving under the influence, according to Wilmette Police reports. Colmorgan was charged after officers found her to be impaired and in possession of a controlled substance. She was taken to the hospital for medical care. She was bonded out there for medical reasons. 

Non-residential burglary

Residents on the 500 block of Laurel and 900 block of Linden reported that their unlocked vehicles were entered and change and small electronics were taken.

Burglary to Auto

A resident on the 600 block of Central Ave reported that he was burglarized. The resident reported that he went to his kitchen to see why his dog was acting up and he observed a subject standing at the passenger side of his vehicle. He went out his back door and yelled at the subject, who ran westbound through the alley. He also observed 2 other males run from his neighbor's vehicle. He observed that 2 doors of the neighbor's car were open and he called the police. No entry was made to his vehicle because his car was locked. 

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