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Police Arrest Two for Residential Burglary

Post Date:08/01/2014


 Steven Brown  Jeremy Driscoll

 Steven Brown

Jeremy Driscoll 

On July 29, 2014 the Mount Prospect Police Department charged Steven Brown, 25, of 1415 E. Central Rd. #309B, Arlington Heights, Illinois and Jeremy Driscoll, 26, of 4937 N. Monticello #2, Chicago, Illinois with three (3) counts of residential burglary each.

The Mount Prospect Police Department investigated a residential burglary that took place on July, 14, 2014 in the 200 block of Hatlen Avenue. Mount Prospect Police Department investigators were able to identify and locate Steven Brown and Jeremy Driscoll in connection with the burglary. Brown and Driscoll admitted to committing the residential burglary on Hatlen Avenue, as well as two other burglaries in Mount Prospect in the 1700 block of Verde Drive and the 1800 block of Bonita Avenue. Investigators subsequently charged Brown and Driscoll with three (3) counts of residential burglary each. Jeremy Driscoll was also charged with one count of possession of a controlled substance.

Brown and Driscoll were taken to a bond hearing at the 3rd District Circuit Court of Cook County in Rolling Meadows on August 1, 2014. Bond was set at $30,000.00 “D” for Brown and $40,000.00 “D” for Driscoll. Their next court date is set for August 22, 2014 at 10:30 A.M. in room 108 of the 3rd District Circuit Court of Cook County in Rolling Meadows.

The public is reminded that criminal charges are not evidence of guilt and that all defendants in a criminal case are presumed innocent unless and until proven guilty in a court of law.

“While these arrests clear some of the residential burglaries affecting the Village of Mount Prospect lately, residents are still strongly encouraged to be vigilant and call
9-1-1 immediately if they see or hear anything or anyone suspicious in their neighborhood,” commented Crime Prevention Officer Greg Sill. “Residents are also reminded to lock their doors and windows when they are not at home and use radios or televisions to create noise to make it appear that someone is home,” added Sill.

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