Lake Forest High School Student Cited for Marijuana

The following arrest information was supplied by the Lake Forest police department. It does not indicate a conviction.

The information below comes from the Lake Forest Police Department.

Driving under the influence

Officers responded to an accident in which Roch L. Maboumba‐Nimi, 41, of Romeoville, struck another vehicle on Route 60. He exhibited a strong odor of alcohol, admitted to drinking, was unsteady on his feet and could not explain how the accident occurred. He was arrested for driving under theinfluence, driving while suspended as well as several outstanding warrants for failure to appear out of DuPage County and Cary, NorthCarolina. Because Maboumba‐Nimi failed to complete all chemical testing required, his driving privileges will be suspended for aminimum of one year. He was transported to Lake County Jail to await extradition on the failure to appear warrants.

On Feb. 16 at 12:32 a.m., officers responded to Green Bay Road at Woodland for a car that had driven up onto the parkway and struck a gas lamp. Rogelio Reyes, the driver, 33, of Highland Park, exhibited a strong odor of alcohol and admitted to drinking. He was arrested for driving under the influence and later produced abreath sample indicating a blood alcohol content of .273.   

On Feb. 8, officers responded to a one‐car crash that occurred when the SUV driven by Tracy Reilly, 43, of Lake Bluff, went up onto the parkway and struck a fence andseveral trees. Reilly exhibited a strong odor of alcohol, admitted to drinking, failed three field sobriety tests and was arrested for DrivingUnder the Influence. She later produced a breath sample indicating a blood alcohol content of .138.

Possession of alcohol by minor

Conor R. Boyle, 20, of Lake Forest, was cited for possession of alcohol by a minor after an officer located him walking in the area of Washington and Illinois with fifteen cans of beer.

Illegal control of cannabis

A Lake Forest High School student attending a dance at the school was cited for consumption of alcohol by a minor and possession ofcannabis after a staff member detected alcohol on his breath and marijuana was found in his jacket.  

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LF parent February 22, 2013 at 02:01 PM
The state of our local society is in pathetic degredation if this is the best example of local news that can be reported. After reading the constant reports of intoxicated and impaired drivers, I am seriously concerned about the safety the roadways in our community. It appears we are all in danger of being victims of irresponsible drivers with no social conscience. Cars are weapons. Make the penalties for use of a deadly weapon while impaired fit the crime and threat it is to others.
Carl Castrogiovanni February 22, 2013 at 03:14 PM
The 2-3 citations reported in the police blotter each week do not represent an epidemic (think of the thousands of motorists that drive in and through LF every day - and do the math...). Lots of positive news is displayed in the Patch and elsewhere, and I still think we in LF/LB live in a fabulous bubble. :)
LAKE BLUFFER DUFFER February 22, 2013 at 07:06 PM
A bubble it is and rated one of the top ten most miserable places to live. Hard to believe with all that wealth and rich "happy" couples/people drinking everywhere.
LAKE BLUFFER DUFFER February 22, 2013 at 07:09 PM
By Forbes: http://www.forbes.com/pictures/mli45lmhg/9-lake-county-ill/
Carl Castrogiovanni February 22, 2013 at 08:46 PM
LB Duffer - that articles was WEAK. From the link you posted: #9 Lake County, Ill. The Chicago suburb is one of the richest counties in the U.S., as measured by per capita income. But home prices are down 29% over the past 5 years. Other drawbacks: long commutes and lousy weather. The quality of life here hasn't been harmed by a drop in real estate prices. If you don't like long commutes (presumably to downtown Chicago), shut up and move! We have cold, snowy winters - oh, boo hoo! Lake County covers a very broad set of communities and demographics! That article was completely lame! Lake Bluff/Lake Forest is still a great place to live. P.S. Lake Bluff was listed last year as one of the top 10 coastal communities in the U.S.!
Stevie Janowski February 22, 2013 at 11:06 PM
I dont know about you guys, but I look forward to the blotter every single week.
Carl Castrogiovanni February 22, 2013 at 11:33 PM
I do too, Stevie!
Vicky Kujawa February 22, 2013 at 11:47 PM
Cold, snowy Winters? But what of all of the 'GloBULL Warming' that Al Gore and the Libs claim is supposed to ensue? Should we not be overrun with palm trees on all of our parkways by now?
Lisa Hammoudeh February 23, 2013 at 03:56 PM
As a former Lake Forest and Lake Bluff resident .....born and raised in beautiful and very unique LF and LB , I am here to attest when I graduated from LFHS Class of 1976 I came west to Phoenix , Arizona to attend college. First at Phoenix College then onto Arizona State University. My parents retired from LF to Scottsdale Arizona in 1980. I got married and stayed put here in the "Valley of the Sun". Believe me places everywhere change to a certain degree. Phoenix has changed and grown tremendously. Too much crime, horrible air quality , gangs not to say too much heat fir far too many months. Thank god are sons are grown and both out of college. Both immediately relocated to cooler much nicer and far more educated cities. Believe me Lake Forest and Lake Bluff and their citizens are diamonds in the rough. I would give all the palm trees in the world to still be living there. If reading the police blotters news is disagreeable by all means visit Phoenix Arizona and it will make it crystal clear that you are extremely fortunate to call LF and LB home.
Lisa Hammoudeh February 23, 2013 at 03:57 PM
Sorry about any typos ;)
Carlos Cardona February 28, 2013 at 05:01 PM
If a high school student DIDN'T have pot on him, THAT would be news! C'mon, no one remembers the 60's & 70's here? Oh, I know about the phony moralists, I read Catcher in the Rye!
Stevie Janowski February 28, 2013 at 07:05 PM
Q: What do college of lake county and Arizona State students have in common? A: They both got in to Arizona State
Stevie Janowski February 28, 2013 at 07:06 PM
I would say 99.7% of high school students dont carry pot around the halls of lake forest high school, but keep packing that bowl Carlos!


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