Evanston Police Department incidents and arrests (Feb. 13-19)

Evanston police incidents

Feb. 13-19, 2020

Editor’s note: Information contained in this report is compiled from a daily activity log and an arrest record maintained by the Evanston Police Department. VIN inspections are not included. Those arrested are considered innocent until proven guilty in a court of law; charges listed.

The Evanston Police Department responded to 118 incidents between the dates of Thursday, Feb. 13, and Wednesday, Feb. 19. Incidents included two abandoned vehicles, two alarms, seven ambulance or medical assists, 12 animal problems, simple assault, an agency assist, residential burglary (Elm St.), a citizen complaint, two citizen disputes, four citizen assists, a civil problem, marijuana possession, two controlled substance possessions, domestic violence, a DUI, two DWUS incidents, an escort, two fires, fraud, three information reports, a juvenile problem, keeping the peace, lost or found property, a noise problem, a nuisance call, a parking problem, non-vandalism property damage, a protection order violation, a prisoner transport, a public service program, reckless endangering, interfering with police, suspicious activity, three school problems, shoplifting, two suspicious incidents, six traffic accidents with property damage, a traffic complaint, a traffic hazard, a tobacco problem, traffic control, trespassing, unsecure premises, vagrancy and 10 welfare checks.

The Evanston Police Department arrested 10 persons between the dates of Feb. 13 and Feb. 19.

Heather L. Cates, of Evanston, was arrested for driving while under the influence of alcohol and interfering with police.

Todd I. Gomez, of Evanston, was arrested for resisting arrest, interfering with police and failing to appear.

Joshua R. Gorringe, of Evanston, was arrested for driving while under suspension.

Trevor J. Gueller, of Appleton, Wisconsin, was arrested for possessing a controlled substance.

Michael W. Jones, of Clearfield, Utah, was arrested for felony burglary, criminal intent and on a U.S. Marshall hold.

Victor M. Mejia, of Evanston, was arrested for possessing paraphernalia and possessing a controlled substance.

Justen W. Parker, of Evanston, was arrested for felony child abuse.

Andrew D. Snedden, of Evanston, was arrested for battery.

Salvador Zazueta, of Evanston, was arrested for driving while under suspension.

Jason L. Zittel, of Evanston, was arrested for driving while under suspension.