Thursday, November 13, 2014

MORONS: Car Break-In At Mayor's Security HQ; Offenders Batter Cop, Flee, Get Arrested

Tip: This firehouse is NOT abandoned.
Oops! Hey, criminals. There are more than 3 square miles of Lake View across which you can probably break into vehicles without much risk of being caught.

But one sliver of land that you should avoid is the old firehouse at 1732 W. Byron. ‘cuz it’s actually occupied by Mayor Rahm Emanuel’s security detail command post.

Two morons apparently didn’t know that when they broke into vehicles at the command post around 1:45 this morning. One of the offenders battered an officer who confronted them, then both fled on foot—quickly pursued by far more police officers than most car burglars will ever see.

The officer received treatment at Illinois Masonic Medical Center and cops eventually arrested the moronic duo at Irving Park and Damen.

That's what you get when you screw around with Mayor 5%, the mayor whose home is generously protected by a full 5% of our district's manpower 24/7/365.

By the way, the officers who caught the knuckleheads this morning are the same cops who found the teen with a robbery warrant walking along Newport on Tuesday and the robbery parolee hanging out in a parking garage at Belmont and Sheffield yesterday. Nice work officers.

CPD case number HX505078.

UPDATED 12:53PM: Corrected location of where battery occurred and added case number.
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10 comments:

  1. I wonder if in this day and age, a dood, dependable home security system (with alarms, trouble alarms, and surveillance cameras) couldn't provide Rahm's residence with adequate security for his residence?
    I'd even say it would be economically justifiable to 'harden' the Mayor's residence with secure doors and 1st floor ballistic glass so that intruders couldn't gain entry.
    And when the Mayor himself was at home, then his personal security detail would be present to provide security.
    This would eliminate this unnecessary drain on district staffing on officers detailed to sit in the alley behind the Mayor's home and 2 officers who sit on the street in front 24-7-356.

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  2. Great job Again officers. Thanks for doing your job and so well...

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    1. Those Two officers are very good, they make many good arrests.

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  3. Before I can even begin to consider the subject matter of the post, I have to wrap my mind around the concept of "a 225-pound-plus woman" fleeing.

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  4. Awesome work by those officers! If they are getting that kind of results, maybe THEY need to be in charge of police resources rather than the current "commanders" and "chiefs." Staggering that Mayor His Royal Highness Rahmie gets all thise resources, while we, the taxpaying citizens, get it hard and deep all up our butts.

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    1. Our alderman is up the Cubs' butt. The predators are up our butts.

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  5. Is this guy working there even a officer?? He doesn't wear a uniform or carry a gun ??

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    1. oh he's an officer, he has a star and a gun, but since he has been on the mayor's detail for his whole career (Daley and Rham) I wouldn't say he was a policeman.

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  6. Love it, great job officers!

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  7. Good job to the officers who made the arrest.

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