Restaurant dispute, concession theft: Elmhurst Police

ELMHURST, IL – In recent days, Elmhurst Police have dealt with a number of cases including a restaurant customer refusing to pay, theft from a dealership, counterfeit tickets, crashed bicycle, runaway driver and an overturned post. Here is the information from the latest reports:

Refusal to pay

  • A customer refused to pay a bill at 11 am Thursday at Buffalo Wild Wings, 149 N. York St. The restaurant did not seek to file a complaint, but wanted the person to be issued a no-trespassing notice. The person was found, told not to return to the restaurant, and received the notice.

Concession theft

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  • A silver Chrysler minivan pulled into the back parking lot of My Choice Motors, 530 W. Grand Ave., around 3:30 am Wednesday. Two men used a rolling jack and a reciprocating saw to remove a catalytic converter from a Toyota Prius and a Ford Explorer.

Fake tickets

  • A woman attempted to buy groceries with a fake $ 100 bill around 1:30 p.m. Thursday at Mariano’s, 678 N. York St. The customer told police she was unaware the bill was missing. not real and provided an agent with four additional counterfeit $ 100 bills. The store declined to lay charges. The counterfeit banknotes were entered into evidence for destruction.

Bike fall

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  • A man told police he rode his bike up a slight incline on the sidewalk and overturned the handlebars around 9 p.m. Thursday in Second and Addison. He hit the ground and suffered a cut to his chin. He refused medical treatment. He had just left Elmhurst Brewing Co., 171 N. Addison.

Fugitive driver

  • An officer attempted to stop a fast-moving car at around 10 pm Thursday at St. Charles and Interstate 290. The driver accelerated and headed east on the freeway.

Reverse pole

  • A forklift operator at a construction site in the 500 block of Hawthorne Avenue knocked over a light pole with a load of lumber around 7:30 a.m. Friday. The operator provided the insurance policy number and the city was notified.

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