Tuesday, August 13, 2013

KNIFEPOINT MUGGING IN BOYSTOWN: Victim Cut During Evening Attack

A male victim was stabbed in the hand during a robbery in Boystown Monday evening. Police and Fire responded to 3352 N. Halsted, the address of D.S. Tequlila Company, at 9:45PM.

The offender, who was last seen running westbound on Roscoe Street, is described as a male, black, about 30 years old, 5'8" tall, 180 pounds with a muscular build, wearing a long sleeve navy blue shirt that had a white logo on the left side of the chest. He had a shaved head and goatee.

The victim was taken to Illinois Masonic Medical Center for treatment.

This case is recorded as an armed robbery with a knife/cutting instrument under CPD case #HW405232

5 comments:

  1. Wow that's bold. Was their patio open so the diners could get a show?

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  2. Paul@justoneperson.netAug 13, 2013, 10:04:00 AM

    So does this cross the line now with the hand-stab?

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  3. Jeff on BuckinghamAug 13, 2013, 1:21:00 PM

    9:45pm? Say what??? I thought the witching-hours were from 2am to 5am?

    Maybe someone else can confirm it, but hasn't DS Tequila had a few thefts/robberies before?
    What is it with this place? I remember one of their guys came to a CAPS meeting. He spoke but I can't remember what he had to say. I do remember he seemed pretty rational/cooperative.

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  4. 9:45pm? Say what??? I thought the witching-hours were from 2am to 5am?

    Maybe someone else can confirm it, but hasn't DS Tequila had a few thefts/robberies before?
    What is it with this place? I remember one of their guys came to a CAPS meeting. He spoke but I can't remember what he had to say. I do remember he seemed pretty rational/cooperative.
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    Hi Jeff,

    D.S. Tequila's address was given as the location to which police and fire should respond. We have no information that the incident occurred within DST.

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  5. Hmmmm, 9:45 p.m.??? Where are the foot officers that are assigned to work Halsted St. at? There are at least 8 officers assigned to foot patrol on 3rd watch? Where were they?

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