Man Charged with Stealing $19,000 from Bank

The following information was supplied by the Lake Forest Police Department. Arrests do not indicate a conviction. Email cristel@patch.com with questions about this blotter.


A 16-year-old Lake Bluff girl was charged with violating curfew after an officer found her walking on Green Bay Road at 3:07 a.m. Sept. 11. Her court date is Oct. 1 at the Lake County Courthouse in Park City.


Phillip A. Hayes, 31, of 42734 N. Poplar St., Antioch, was charged with disorderly conduct at 11:45 a.m. Sept. 16 at the entrance of the BMW Championship on the 400 block of Conway Farms Road. Police arrested Hayes after they said he was refused entry to the event twice that morning due to intoxication. Police said Hayes then sat down in front of the shuttle buses and refused to move until he was allowed to enter. He was given an administrative hearing Oct. 9 at City Hall.


Lacenya Wagner-Walton, 35, of 2602 Elim, Zion, was arrested on an outstanding warrant from Kenosha for aiding a felon and charged with being a fugitive of justice at 11:42 a.m. Sept. 11 at Lake Forest Hospital. She was taken to Lake County Jail to await extradition to Kenosha. Her court date was not available.


Victor M. Oregel, 20, of 1720 9th St., Waukegan, was charged with felony theft at 12:36 p.m. Sept. 20 on the 900 block of south Waukegan Road following an investigation into at least three thefts totaling $19,000 from a bank in August. The investigation began after money was discovered missing after an internal audit. Police said that Oregel was observed on video removing cash from a drawer and that he later admitting taking the money on all three occasions. His court date is Oct. 7. 


Maureen J. Skinnner, 51, of 28535 Oakhaven Court, Lake Bluff, was charged with criminal trespass to land at 3:23 p.m. Sept. 16 on the 100 block of Illinois Road after she was seen on St. Mary School property. Police said she had received multiple trespassing warnings at the school. She was given an administrative hearing Oct. 9 at City Hall.


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