The following incidents were listed among the official reports of the area police departments.
- A woman reported a black dog and a white dog approached her while she was jogging near Elm Street and Elm Court, and one or both dogs bit both her legs at about 11:05 a.m. June 26. The woman identified the house where, after the attack, someone let the dogs inside. When the police went to the house, the dog owner refused to cooperate.
- People in a car in a parking lot on the 7900 block of Garfield Avenue reported a dark car with four men in their 20s inside parked next to them at 11:15 p.m. June 26. Someone from the car threw fireworks out the window and then drove away.
- Someone crushed the metal box holding a traffic counter on the southeast corner of Bridewell and Village Center Drive the afternoon of June 27. The damage was most likely done by a vehicle, the police said. The traffic counter itself was not damaged.
- Someone stole a small, enclosed construction trailer containing tools and wire, from behind a building on the 100 block of Tower Drive between 3 p.m. June 28 and 6:45 a.m. June 30.
- A resident reported June 26 someone tried to wire $45,000 from his bank account, but the money was not sent.
- A resident reported June 26 someone created and cashed phony checks using his religious organization’s name and account number.
- An employee of the Loyola University Medical Center reported someone stole the catalytic converter from the underside of her 2001 Chevrolet while it was in the center’s parking lot at 6800 N. Frontage Road between 9:40 a.m. and 6:40 p.m. June 25.
- Someone pried open a storage box on the 7500 block of Cass Avenue and stole numerous tools from inside between 3 p.m. June 17 and 6 a.m. June 18.
- Someone smashed a window of a vehicle in the Darien Sportsplex parking lot, at 451 Plainfield Road, and stole a backpack from inside on June 18.
- Someone stole the catalytic converter from the underside of a vehicle parked on the 7100 block of state Route 83. The theft was reported at about 6:20 p.m. June 25. Replacing the part was estimated to cost $100.