Man breaks into Uptown quick meals restaurant, then calls 911 to report himself

Nicholas Vacation | CPD

This one’s been sitting in our “to do” file for a number of weeks. Sorry for the delay.

A McHenry County man is dealing with housebreaking costs after he allegedly broke into an Uptown quick meals restaurant after which known as 911 to report his crime to police.

Nicholas Vacation, 28, is charged with felony housebreaking in reference to the incident.

Police mentioned they responded to Sonic, 1022 West Wilson, round 2 a.m. on Feb. 23 to deal with a burglar alarm and a 911 name that reported a housebreaking on the restaurant.

Once they arrived, Vacation was ready for them.

In line with police, Vacation advised them he threw a brick by way of the drive-thru window, crawled inside, and opened a money drawer with a key he discovered subsequent to the register. However, in any case of that effort, the money drawer was empty.

So, he crawled again out of the restaurant and known as 911 to report himself, he allegedly mentioned. Police arrested him.

Prosecutors charged Vacation with felony housebreaking. Decide Mary Marubio launched him on his personal recognizance.

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