Saturday, March 07, 2015

UP HIS ALLEY: Wrigleyville Man Robbed Of Phone, Ring

Wikipedia
A Wrigleyville man was robbed of his wedding ring and iPhone shortly before 5 o’clock this morning, police say.

CTA workers at the Addison Red Line called 911 on behalf of the man who said two men got out of a van and mugged him behind the 3500 block of Sheffield. The two offenders then got back into the van and fled eastbound on Addison.

Both robbers were black men, according to the victim. One was about 40-years-old, 5’11” tall, and dressed in dark clothing. The other was shorter and in his 20’s.

Their van is described as a gray Chevrolet with a license plate that begins with E37.

CPD case HY174792.
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14 comments:

  1. Let the thuggings commence, now that spring is making its presence known. I predict this summer we will see our first murder in this neighborhood - not just these thuggings and muggings. Maybe someone will pay attention to the crime issues then. Not Tunney of course. He's now reelected so don't expect diddly-squat out of him. Vote Chuy Garcia April 7. Maybe he can get something done. Maybe. The current occupant of the throne sure hasn't done zip.

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    1. Rahm sure has done a lot for you! He merged 19,23 districts, lied to us about taking resources! We are down more than 1 hundred Police Officers. Crime is up! Thanks Rahm, please wake up people!! Vote him out!!

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    2. Shuddering at the thought of your speculation .. but how can we deny its likely possibility? Tunney, dearGawd .. how could you, people?? The only hope I'm harboring is rahmbo's arrogance finally trashes his dreams and Chuy does what he's promised: putting tons more vitally necessary cops where they need to be. God bless and protect us all.

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    3. Oh yes! Crime stopped dead in it's tracks when it hit 35 degrees here in December.

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    4. Please e-mail every one of your friends and business associates in Chicago before the election and urge them to vote AGAINST Rahm. Put a link to this site in your message. If Rahm gets booted, we have a chance at an increased police force presence to combat this ongoing crime spree.

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  2. Tunney ... LOL. I haven't expected shit out of him for about nine years now. What a nimrod.

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  3. After the neighborhood overwhelmingly voted for Tunney and Rahm, I no longer feel sorry for them. Enjoy the government you vote for and the results of having those elected officials doing nothing for you.

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    1. Um, *I* didn't vote for either. But with such low turn-out, it does make one wonder if anyone really cares about anything anymore. Now we get to watch more of Tunney's antics such as screeching at constituents at public meetings, showing up for community forums ill-dressed and munching on popcorn, giving photo-ops to imply he is doing his job, and not responding to emails/phone calls to his office.

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  4. If this is going to continue to be primarily an anti Tunney, anti Rahm forum, you're site will continue to be cheap and diluted. Too bad because if you didn't have the raging ranters, your site would stand out as important.

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    1. It's too bad that you judge sites by reader comments and not the content provided. You must lead a challenging life in the digital era.

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    2. Must be on Tunney's staff.

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    3. Hey Einstein...that would be "your site," not "you're site."

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    4. Hey, buddy - the commenters are "anti" because Rahm and Tunney suck. Got it?

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  5. Rahmbo must be getting desperate. He is taking down a bunch of Red Light cameras:

    http://chicago.suntimes.com/news-chicago/7/71/420655/rahm-red-light-cameras-pulled-25-intersections

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