Note: The following information was obtained from the Barrington Police Department. An arrest is only an accusation and does not constitute guilt. An individual can only be found guilty in a court of law.
Police made several arrests for underage drinking at Barrington High School last week, according to reports.
A 17-year-old Barrington woman and 17-year-old Lake Barrington man were charged with consumption of alcohol by a minor at 616 W. Main St., police said. The two were released and given an adjudication hearing date of November 21. A 17-year-old Carpentersville woman was charged with consumption of alcohol by a minor at 616 W. Main St. the following day, October 6, police said. She was release and given a Cook County court date of November 14.
In other reports:
Scott C. Morgan, 40, of 3039 N. Southport Ave., Chicago was charged with driving under the influence, improper lane usages and no seatbelt on October 6 at Route 14 and Kainer Avenue, police said. Morgan was released on bond and given a Cook County court date of October 31.
Circle K gas station employees reported someone drove off without paying for gas on October 7, police said. The gas station is located at 106 North Northwest Highway.
A business owner reported October 8 that a former employee removed office records and other civil related issues, police said.
Javier Caudillo-Ibarra, 41, of 1415 Downing Place, Mundelein was arrested for no valid driver’s license and talking on a cell phone in a school zone at Hough Street and Roslyn Road on October 9, police said. Caudillo-Ibarra was released on bond and given a Cook County court date of November 21.
Celida Garcia, 27, of 2220 Morningside Lane, Unit B, Carpentersville, IL was arrested for no valid driver’s license after being involved in an accident at Route 68 and Hillshire Drive on October 10, police said. Garcia was released on bond with a Cook County court date of November 21.
A deceptive practice report was made October 10 when a finance company refused to refund money it had taken without issuing the loan, according to reports.