Lake Forest Man Attracts Police Attention, Arrest
Involved in three incidents in Lake Bluff.
Three days after being charged with disorderly conduct April 7 in Lake Forest, a Lake Forest man exhibited some of the same behavioral traits in Lake Bluff.
Larry Kinnucan, 60, was charged with disorderly conduct at 6:18 p.m. April 7 in the 200 block of Deerpath, according to police, after he told the complainant, "I am going to burn your place down with gasoline."
Kinnucan posted the $120 personal recognizance bond pending an April 25 court date in Waukegan.
Three days later, Kinnucan drew the attention of Lake Bluff police on three separate occasions.
An officer responded to Sheridan Road and Shore Acres Road for a white male wearing an Army jacket using his hand to represent a gun and pointing at cars at 7:36 a.m. April 10. He had a white blanket around his shoulders. Officers spoke to the man, who was identified as Kinnucan.
He was advised to walk on the bike path. Officers from the North Chicago Police Department arrived and stated they received reports in their town. Kinnucan proceeded down the bike path walking toward Lake Forest.
About an hour later, officers responded to Shore Acres Country Club after a report of a white male asking to become a member. It was Kinnucan. The officer met with the complainant, who said it is fine if he is on the property. He asked for a cup of coffee. When officers arrived, he was walking west toward Sheridan Road.
At 10:40 a.m., multiple calls were received about Kinnucan, who was making comments to passersby. He stated he had a lighter and was going to burn someone and then refused. He urinated on the street in the 30 block of East Center Avenue.
Officers arrived and located Kinnucan by the Village Green. Officers spoke to the complainants, who did not wish to sign a formal complaint. The officers observed Kinnucan walk toward the Sheridan Road bike path and head south.
Kinnucan was in Lake County Circuit Court about a year ago after being arrested March 28 in Highland Park for urinating near the cash register at Walker Brothers restaurant. He agreed to plead guilty in exchange for a one-year probation agreement.