Friday, April 17, 2015

PROWLERS: Break-In Reports Continue In Area

Burglars continue to enjoy the fruits of local residents' labor. Here are the latest reported break-ins:

April 15: 1100 block of Patterson. Resident told officers that an unknown offender cut a screen in his bedroom window, entered his residence, and took a Macbook and watch. His neighbor reported a similar break-in.

April 14: 3500 block of Broadway. The main entry to a residential building was popped open with a crowbar overnight and one resident's bike was taken.

  • April 3, 3600 block of Fremont.
  • April 4, 3600 block of Lake Shore Drive
  • April 8, 3800 block of Broadway
  • April 9, 800 block of Aldine

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13 comments:

  1. Where is the new and improved burglary team? Isn't it about time they address the problem they were assigned to?

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    1. There is no burglary team. Do not speak unless you know facts.

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    2. I have my own burglary team. It's staffed by Mr. Ruger and Mr. Mossberg. They will address any such problem that may arise long before the under-manned and under-carred CPD have a chance to respond.

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  2. All addresses within spitting distance of the Center on Halsted.

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  3. Let's do the math. 150,000 gang members in Chicago. ~10,000 CPD police officers. Based on the math, the police are not able to protect the populous. It is time for, at least, 300,000 good Chicagoans to each get a concealed carry permit and start protecting one's self, one's family, and the good citizens walking along the same street. A person has every right to protect and defend one's self, one's family, and one's property with a firearm. The police are helpers in your personal defense but that is all they can be as personal defense is a personal obligations. Take it upon yourself to protect yourself.

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    1. If you see me in trouble, please call the police. I don't trust your aim thank you very much.

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    2. Because of people like the 'reply' here, Chicago's criminals are so used to not having any resistance to their criminal acts that the crime continues on and on and on. A good person in Chicago can and should defend himself/herself from crime. If I don't have a firearm on me, I certainly would hope there would be a concealed (or open) carrier nearby to help. It certainly would have been appropriate for that guy who got hacked by a machete several months ago to be assisted by someone open or concealed carrying a firearm. Chicago needs a considerable increase in the number of concealed carriers to challenge the criminal element and make each perp think twice cuz he/she may get challenged.

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    3. Open carry? please tell me you don't think that's legal here...

      I hope you can shoot better than your understanding of basic laws in Illinois. I'd say ~%85 of people with a CC permit that actually carry every day couldn't react fast enough or tactically enough to have an impact on ANY situation. Once again, I'll take my chances waiting for police. Please don't pull your tiny little gun out when I'm around.

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  4. Great. A trigger happy citizen blowing a hole through his wall with a shotgun in to the next apartment. Please don't.

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    1. If you are more fearful of an honest citizen with a legal gun in his home than you are of a street thug with a stolen gun, you have been brainwashed by the liberals into thinking only the government can protect you.

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  5. a society where only the criminals have firearms and all of the law abiding citizens have none is not a good society. A 110 pound lady is equal to a 220 lb brute if that lady has a 38 special. It sure would be nice to have 25% of the ladies packing and 10% of the gents. I predict a reduction in the number of rapes and muggings.

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  6. I do not know if all of us carrying guns would be the right answer but something needs to be done. When you are afraid to walk your dog or go to the store alone...it is a sad state.

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  7. 3600 Block of Fremont...oh you mean literally across the street from the police station right? Pathetic that criminals aren't even scared to break in that close to the station.....maybe it's because they know we have no cops in the station or on the streets in the neighborhood....

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