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Hospital Crimes and An Overly Irate Customer

A look at weird crimes in our Patch region.

Man wanted to show ex-wife proof of heart

A patient at a Glenview hospital left the facility with a telemetry monitor still attached to him, for a reported loss of $1,600, police said.

When you don't care enough to send the very best

Someone stole artificial plants from an Evanston hospital.

A Glenview bank teller reported that a suspicious person walked into the bank and requested that she exchange a new $20 bill for an old one, police said. The person left, but soon returned and asked the teller to exchange a $50 bill for 25 $2 bills.

Man does what presidential candidates can't, creates job for neighbor

A 19 year old was caught dumping lawn debris on someone else’s property in Lake Forest.

Eggs over again

A Glencoe resident reported that eggs were thrown at her house over the past two days. The resident says it’s the most recent report of nuisance issues on her property. 

That'll teach them to keep 'The English Patient' in BluRay in stock

An unknown offender threatened to physically harm the employees of a Morton Grove store after being told that the item he was looking for was not in stock.

cynthia December 09, 2012 at 09:57 PM
Well the old saying says: "There is one born every minute".

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