Blotter: Feb. 12

Ciara McCarthy, Reporter

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Woman arrested in connection with stealing groceries

Evanston Police arrested a Harwood Heights, Ill., woman Saturday in connection with a case of retail theft at Whole Foods, 1111 Chicago Ave.

Store security reported that the woman, Sylvia Dorota Tabor, took groceries and put them in a black bag, EPD Cmdr. Jay Parrott said. Tabor allegedly attempted to steal about $115 worth of groceries, including steak, lamb chops, fruit, vegetables and veal. Security stopped Tabor after the last point of sale and held her until police arrived.

Tabor is scheduled to appear in court on March 27.

Altercation in taxi leads to arrest of Evanston teen

Police arrested Evanston resident Christopher Michael Ingegno Friday in connection with disorderly conduct.

Ingegnono, 18, and a 17-year-old girl were returning from school in Arlington Heights, Ill., when an altercation broke out in the cab, Parrott said. The girl was alarmed and disturbed by the conversation, and reported it to the police. Ingegno is schedule to appear in court on Feb. 21.

— Ciara McCarthy


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