Lake Bluff Police Blotter: Police Investigate Identity Theft and More

The following arrest information was supplied by the Lake Bluff Police Department. It does not indicate a conviction.

Identity Theft 

Lake Bluff Police are investigating a case of identity theft after a citizen reported unlawful charges of $503 and $103 against the person’s ATM card Feb. 2, according to Lake Bluff Police Reports. 

Burglary from Motor Vehicle 

Clothing and athletic equipment were taken from an unlocked car Jan. 31 at the Lake Bluff Train Station, according to Lake Bluff Police reports. After receiving the report, the officer looked up and down the street and recovered the items. 

Driver’s License Infractions 

Leonard Lennart, 39, of Lake Bluff was arrested Feb. 6 for driving with suspended license plates, driving an uninsured motor vehicle and disobeying a stop sign, according to Lake Bluff Police reports. 

Police observed Lennart driving through a stop sign at the intersection of Scranton and Center in downtown Lake Bluff, according to the report. After making the stop, police discovered the other infractions. Lennart was released on bond and will appear in Lake County Court at 10:30 a.m. March 19 in Park City. 

Dorita Araceli-Casellanos, 36, of Chicago was arrested last week for driving without a valid license and a defective tail light, according to Lake Bluff Police reports. After observing the malfunctioning tail light, the officer discovered the other violation. 

Isaac Correa-Garcia, 57, of North Chicago was arrested Feb. 1 for speeding and driving with a suspended license, according to Lake Bluff Police reports. 

Police clocked Correa-Garcia driving 54 miles per hour in a 40-mile per hour zone near the intersection of Sheridan Road and Crabtree Lane. He was released on bond and will appear in Lake County Court on March 5. 

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