Wilmette police also found small amount of marijuana, some drug paraphernalia and alcohol in the car the teens were using.
Wilmette police issued tickets to five Evanston teens after a Wilmette homeowner told police the teenagers threw eggs at his house in the 1700 block of Central Avenue on Feb. 15, Wilmette Life reported. The teens were issued traffic, alcohol and drug-related tickets after police say they found a small amount of marijuana, some drug paraphernalia and alcohol in the car the teens were using, Wilmette Life reported. Want more Evanston news? Sign up for Evanston Patch's free newsletter. Related Coverage
Delreiss A. Rogers- Williams was charged with forgery following an investigation into overnight auto burglaries in Wilmette.
Wilmette police charged an Evanston man with forgery after police said the man used a credit card stolen during auto burglaries in late April. Delreiss A. Rogers-Williams, of Dobson St. in Evanston, was charged with forgery and taken to bond court May 12 following a Wilmette police investigation into auto burglaries. Six unlocked vehicles were burglarized on the east side of Wilmette on April 27. Items stolen included cash, CDs and credit cards. Police said they found Rogers-Williams used a credit card taken from one of the victim’s vehicle numerous times in Chicago and Evanston. He was charged with forgery and fraudulent use of the credit card. Rogers-Williams was arrested earlier this year in connection with another spree of overnight …