Evanston police say charges now have been filed against three people who were involved in a dispute over computer equipment that led to a large police presence in the 2000 block of Maple Avenue Tuesday night.

Barbara Gonzalez, 23, of 1026 Garnett Place, faces misdemeanor charges of theft and disorderly conduct, and Alexander Quinn, 25, also of 1026 Garnett Place and Tai Amedee-Jones, 32, of 8034 N. Keeler Ave. in Skokie, both face disorderly conduct charges.

The incident reportedly involved an allegedly stolen iPad that the victim of the theft — who lived at the building at 2026 Maple Ave. where the disturbance took place — hoped to arrange to exchange for a repaired MacBook Air.

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Bill Smith is the editor and publisher of Evanston Now.

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