Wednesday, October 16, 2013

HOT BUNS: Thief Snags Bakery Deliveries; Proactive Cops Clean House Overnight

An officer was flagged down at Rebel Bar & Grill, 3462 N. Clark Street, after someone stole the establishment's morning bun delivery at 10:30 this morning.

The offender, described as a male, white, 5'6" to 5'7" tall, wearing a white t-shirt and a backwards blue baseball hat, was not found.

Less than an hour later, the same officer was flagged down at another Wrigleyville establishment. A bakery delivery driver reported that a man had just stolen a bag of buns off of his truck.

No reports were filed.
Be aggressive! B-E aggressive! Proactive
policing put several in jail for the night.

Auf Wiedersehen!
Officers were called to Berlin nightclub, 954 W. Belmont, this morning after employees caught an offender who tried to steal a purse at closing time.

Cops Mop Up The Streets
Foot patrols, street stops, and trawling the alleys kept the good guys one step ahead of our neighborhood vermin overnight. The officers' proactive efforts led to multiple arrests, including one frequenter of The Crib shelter who was arrested at 12:45AM on an outstanding warrant. It looks like he must not have won a bed in The Crib's ridiculous nightly lottery.

9 comments:

  1. Street stops. Keep them up CPD. They may not be popular, but they will work.

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  2. Two crimes no reports no wonder we always hear crime is down.

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  3. The Crib does not require or check ID. Therefore, they are knowingly harboring criminals, such as this guy with a warrant caught by the cops.

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  4. The cops should check the alley way behind circuit night club that join the back alley of the wal-mart there on broadway... Holy cow its like a nest of hoodlums back there at night.

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  5. The more I hear about the Crib, the more I think of Fagin. Why won't they work with the police? The Commander had some good ideas to control this overflow and improve service to their clients and neighbors.

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  6. "The more I hear about the Crib, the more I think of Fagin. Why won't they work with the police? The Commander had some good ideas to control this overflow and improve service to their clients and neighbors."

    The answer is all about the money. A very few individuals are making a fortune off taxpayer-funded government grants and corporate sponsor funding by pretending to be "social service" organizations. Their clients are career criminals and gangbanging thugs. If they cooperate with the police, the criminals will no longer use their services, nor find refuge at their facilities, and the funding will dry up. Therefore, the Crib and the Center on Halsted and the Night Ministry and the Broadway Youth Center MUST ensure that they have a consistent number of "heads" utilizing their services. The flow of money depends on it.

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  7. Wow! In the "The answer is all about the money." post above, the problem is really spelled out. It's the "No Snitch Code".
    Here's a quote from a DNAinfo.com article of April 10, 2013: "So many gang-related murders go unsolved because witnesses are either afraid or unwilling to cooperate with police. That’s the pervasive effect of the “no snitch” code of silence that keeps so many shooters on the street." http://www.dnainfo.com/chicago/20130410/heart-of-chicago/heart-of-chicago-neighbors-show-courage-snitches-dig-their-own-ditches

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  8. It's time for the Crib and the Broadway Youth Center to GO - leave the neighborhood.

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