Thursday, September 19, 2013

KIDS' STUFF: "Young" Offenders Take Center Stage

A man was jumped and reportedly robbed by three offenders on Broadway at Oakdale, near Avenue Tavern and Cesars Mexican restaurant, around 4:15 this morning.

The victim, who refused medical treatment, described his attackers as three young male, Hispanics who fled eastbound on Oakdale from Broadway. CPD case #HW457856.
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An underage boy who was wandering the neighborhood streets this morning partook in an unsuccessful flight from the police before being driven to his Rogers Park home as a curfew violator.

The foot pursuit went west on Newport from Halsted around 5:30 this morning. Officers caught up with the rug rat around 900 W. Newport.


Image: Samantha Comics

12 comments:

  1. http://www.dnainfo.com/chicago/20130919/lakeview/tunney-selling-belmont-properties-for-right-price

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  2. The Canary is laying on the Bottom of the Cage...Tunney is bolting Belmont!

    http://www.dnainfo.com/chicago/20130919/lakeview/tunney-selling-belmont-properties-for-right-price?utm_content=1458wgrace%40gmail.com&utm_source=VerticalResponse&utm_medium=Email&utm_term=Tunney%20Selling%20Belmont%20Properties%2C%20Including%20Ann%20Sather%20Building&utm_campaign=Tunney%20Selling%20Belmont%20Properties%2C%20Including%20Ann%20Sather%20Buildingcontent

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  3. It might be a very good thing. that street is mouldering, and if developers want to upgrade things then they might come down hard on the crime situation. Money talks, and if millions of development dollars hang in the balance the "what problem? there's no problem" attitude may shift.

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  4. I wonder how much more damage Tommy can do before he loses being an Alderman....

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  5. “It starts moving Belmont into a more upscale kind of street,"" Dietz said. "I don’t know if the residents would want that or not."

    What is this idiot Dietz inhaling ?

    Tunney is clearly cashing out before his shit hits the fan with the next election cycle making public Belmont is turning into Wilson, which will wreck his real estate values.

    Notice the comes out the day after the Fed decided to leave monetary stimulus in place and the Dow hits an all time record.

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  6. Be a good place for the OUT Hotel.

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  7. If it is like the experience with Barnes & Noble on Diversey, the new owner would demand double the rent, everyone will vacate, but nothing will replace them given that it is Belmont.

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  8. Belmont near the El was crazy again last night with thugs all over. Can we not get any Police to come stay there and make it safer for us that us the El and have to walk down Belmont without getting robbed or beat up. It is scary these days and a gamble walking down Belmont.

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  9. Yes already can't go to Berlin anymore and I do not use the Belmont station I go to addison and walk. There are Never any Police around Belmont and sheffield area. It is really bad there at night. be safe everyone

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  10. Perhaps Tunney is looking to retire at the end of his term. And with the crime and no end or solution in sight, I see the sale as a bad sign. The crime will deter significant investment/improvement in the neighborhood. Yes, this crime is affeting or will affect property values for all of us.

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  11. So...Tommy Boy wants to sell his Ann Sather building on Belmont too and get out of Dodge? He states he works seven days a week and needs a life. What a lie!!! He wants to leave his crime-infested ward that he does nothing about! He sees the writing on the wall and will leave everything behind with a few million in his pocket. Gee...how "Daley" of him...

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  12. He is closing down Andersonville's Ann Sathers too There's no problems up there.

    He is in his late 50's and is thinking early retirement, and knows he is too inept to be an Alderman, and does noto have the balls to accept a competitive election. He viewed Alderman as a mayoral patronage job, not a representative one, because that is how Chicago has always worked.

    Now that Chicago has the stupidest mayor of all time, and a carpetbagger at that, he knows game is over.

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