Monday, November 11, 2013

MEN BEHAVING BADLY: More Ridiculous Behavior

• At 10:33 Saturday night, a woman calls 911 after an unknown man "slammed her girlfriend's head into a windshield" in the 3700 block of Pine Grove. The offender flees the scene in a blue Prius.

• Twenty minutes later, a woman in the 3500 block of N. Wilton reports that an intoxicated man has broken her nose and thrown her belongings all over the place. Officers drive the woman to Illinois Masonic Medical Center. The incident is not classified as a domestic incident. Rather, CPD case #HW527618 is logged as a simple battery.

• Then, 10 minutes after THAT call, three men—two reportedly white, one reportedly black—are fighting at the corner of Clark and Aldine. Officers arrive quickly and request an ambulance for one of the men who has been downed.

Also This Weekend...

Police were called to the Center on Halsted, 3656 N. Halsted, to handle an assault at 4:21 Sunday afternoon. According to the caller, a man who attacked him a month ago was back on the premises and was threatening him again. Officers arrested the alleged offender. Logged as simple assault in CPD case #HW528379.
Image: Molly's Blog

7 comments:

  1. http://chicago.cbslocal.com/2013/11/11/restaurant-owner-serves-knuckle-sandwich-to-alleged-iphone-thief/

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    1. There is a picture on Reddit of the goon down on the ground with the chef apparently calling for police assistance. Nice job!

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    2. Wow, good link, thanks! Another goon to watch out for on the streets.

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  2. But at tonight's SELVN meeting we were told once again that those social service agencies don't attract criminals or raise the crime rate in the area. alderman Tunney said that Lakeview is a very safe neighborhood.

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    1. Alderman Tunney said that Lakeview is a very safe neighborhood??
      Oh, I guess that means everything is OK now and we can all relax and let our guard down.
      Seriously, what does it take to get this clown removed from office????

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  3. YAY to that valiant, persistent citizen! Also on the SunTimes:

    Restaurateur tracks down, knocks out suspect in iPhone theft

    http://www.suntimes.com/news/metro/23689515-418/restaurateur-tracks-down-knocks-out-suspect-in-iphone-theft.html

    Aren't the pawnshops, etc put on notice? There must be something that can be done at the selling end. Haven't bought one in years, are the new smart phones ID'd or registered by serial # somewhere?

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    1. They're "unlocked for $15" at indie stores across the city. They're usually conveniently located near CTA train stations. No need for pawn shops.

      I'm not the type to repeat gossip so I'll only say it once.......they have signs right in the window.

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