Man Arrested for Stealing Cell Phones from Lake Forest College
The following arrest information was supplied by the Lake Forest Police Department. It does not indicate a conviction.
The information below was provided by the Lake Forest Police Department.
Theft (class 3 felony)
Reginald Branch, 20, of Chicago, was arrested on a warrant for two counts of felony theft as a result of an investigation into thefts of cell phones in November2012 from the Lake Forest College Sports and Recreation Center. Branch had been arrested in December 2012 after he attempted to use a credit card stolen from the center at a local grocery store. He denied additional thefts at the time, but subsequent investigation uncovered Branch had pawned several of the stolen cell phones at a local retail store. Branch is a student and former center employee.
Trespass to Residence, Disorderly Conduct
Police responded to a 911 call of a possible break‐in at the above apartment. Upon arrival, they spoke with the residents and Jorge Gonzalez‐Harrison, 31, of Lake Forest. It appeared Gonzalez‐Harrison, who was intoxicated, entered the wrong apartment and was unable or unwilling to leave. He was charged with Trespass to Residence and Disorderly Conduct and released after posting bond.