Barrington Police: Lawn signs stolen, window broken, and more

Police also called for online class interruption

Posted 1/22/21

Barrington police responded to a variety of different incidents last week:

• On Friday, Jan. 15, a Barrington resident stopped into the station to file a report for missing lawn signs. …

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Barrington Police: Lawn signs stolen, window broken, and more

Police also called for online class interruption

Posted

Barrington police responded to a variety of incidents last week, including:

• On Friday, Jan. 15, a Barrington resident stopped into the station to file a report for missing lawn signs. The resident said someone stole his “All Lives Matter” and “Back The Blue” signs from his front yard. The resident said the signs went missing between Jan. 14 at 10 a.m. and Jan. 15 at 3 p.m.

• Also on Friday, Jan. 15, a Western Avenue resident called police after noticing that one of his home’s windows was damaged. The resident said he believes a rock broke the outer pane of the double-paned windows. He said he has a doorbell camera, but it does not cover that side of the yard. The window was broken between Jan. 12 and 15.

• On Monday, Jan. 11, a Townsend Street resident told police he received a letter from the Small Business Association alerting him to the fact that his business’s loan application had been received and was pending. The resident said he did not apply for an SBA loan.

• And also on Monday, Jan. 11, a Barrington High School official told the school resource officer about a situation with a former student. The boy had allegedly been signing into Zoom class sessions and causing disturbances, playing loud music. Police called the boy’s mother, and she said she would take care of it.

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