Blotter: Feb. 12

Rebecca Cohen

CTA bus windows found broken

Someone broke two windows of a Chicago Transit Authority bus Wednesday, police said.

The bus driver said he heard a loud noise at the intersection of Greenwood Street and Dodge Avenue, Evanston Police Cmdr. Tom Guenther said. Two windows were broken on the passenger side, Guenther said.

The driver said he did not see anyone break the windows, Guenther said.

Man suspects neighbor of slashing car’s tires

An Evanston man said Wednesday someone slashed the tires of his girlfriend’s car, police said.

All four tires of the 2006 Chevrolet were slashed last week when the woman left her car parked behind the man’s house, Guenther said.

The man suspects his neighbor slashed the tires because he and the neighbor had a conflict, Guenther said.

Evanston resident arrested for theft and marijuana possession

Police arrested a man Wednesday for stealing an iPod and possessing marijuana, police said.

A witness called police and said the suspect, Aaron Israel Carter, seemed to be trying to commit a burglary, according to an Evanston Police Department press release. Police searched Carter and found an iPod with someone else’s name carved into it and a plastic bag of marijuana, according to the press release. Police determined the iPod had been taken from an Evanston home, the press release said.-Rebecca Cohen