Streamwood Police Arrest Subject on Multiple Charges at School
Release date: 4/24/2015
Streamwood Police were called to Heritage Elementary School at 507 Arnold Avenue shortly before 3pm on Thursday by school staff reporting a suspicious person.
Heritage School staff directed officers to a male subject in the main office who was refusing to leave the building. Staff further reported that the same subject was discovered on school grounds near the playground earlier that day, during which time, he displayed a badge identifying himself as a police officer to the principal while she directed him off the property.
The 54 year old Lyons resident, Alejandro Negro Jr., was taken into custody for Criminal Trespass by officers on scene. A search of his person at the time revealed Mr. Negro was in possession of narcotics, a pair of scissors and fraudulent police identification from the Chicago Police Department, as well as the Cook County Sheriff’s Office.
No threats were conveyed by Mr. Negro and he was taken into custody without incident.
Mr. Negro was charged with misdemeanor Criminal Trespass, felony Possession of Controlled substance and felony False Personation of a Peace Officer. A bond hearing was scheduled today in Rolling Meadows.