Man Asks Girl, 11, 'Weird Questions,' Mom Reports: Police

La Grange police reports, Dec. 22-Jan. 4

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Saturday, January 4

Hit and Run 

A woman reported a hit and run after someone hit her car on La Grange Road, just north of Cossitt Avenue around 5 p.m. No one was injured. 

Thursday, January 2

Roommate Accused of Theft

A Western Springs man reported his roommate stole money from him around 9 p.m.

Sunday, December 29

Keyholes Superglued 

A woman in the 900 block of South 8th Avenue reported someone put superglue in the keyholes of her car around 3:40 p.m.

Friday, December 27

Suspicious Person

The owner of Scarlett’s at 8 W. Harriss St. reported a suspicious person after a man stood in her doorway and asked what the back door led to around 2:15 p.m. 

Thursday, December 26

Graffiti Found in Parking Garage

Someone wrote “maceo” in red marker on an elevator lobby sign in a parking garage in the 0-100 block of 6th Avenue around 8:45 a.m.

Wednesday, December 25

Cash, Acorn Chips Stolen

A man in the 0-100 block of Dover Avenue reported someone broke into his apartment during the night and stole $40 and acorn chips. Police said there was no sign of forced entry to the apartment.

Tuesday, December 24

Suspended/Revoked License 

Police charged Brian Weber, 60, of the 0-100 block of Richmond Avenue in La Grange Park, with driving on a suspended/revoked license during a traffic stop at the intersection of Dover and Ogden avenues around 8:30 a.m. He was given a Feb. 7 court date and released.

Monday, December 23

Woman Finds Unknown Items in Apartment

A woman reported suspicious activity after she found some items in her basement apartment in the 300 block of West Calendar Street that were not hers. She told police it wasn’t the first time she’d found things that weren’t hers since living there.

Sunday, December 22

Man Asks Girl, 11, "Weird Questions," Mom Reports

A woman reported a man approached her 11-year-old daughter near Chase bank on Burlington Avenue and asked her “a bunch of weird questions."

Police said the man approached the girl and asked her why she was staring at him, whether she was familiar with the area and where Stone Avenue station was. He did not touch her or ask her to go with him, and no criminal activity occurred, police said.

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