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5:34PM - “They got a male in the firehouse intoxicated and delusional." 1052 W. Waveland.
6:05PM - Officer reports that a citizen told them that there’s a person down in the 3500 block of N. Fremont. The officer quickly confirms that “we have a young lady with a bloody face.”
6:46PM - Woman unconscious outside of Yak-Zies, 3710 N. Clark
7:05PM - Opening pitch!
8:20PM - Yay! 1 hour and 15 minutes after the opening pitch, we have the first Wrigleyville arrest of the Cubs season. Simple battery. 3700 block of N Clark.
9:50PM - Dispatcher: "When you get rollin' there's a man who can't walk. 1142 Addison."
Officer: ”Heh-heh. Yeah, OK."
9:55PM - "A male is passed out on top of the caller's car.” Addison and Ashland.
10:08PM - Cubs win!
10:12PM - Another arrest. Clark and Addison.
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10:20PM - Assault in progress. A man threatening people inside 7-Eleven. Oh, yeah. He’s bleeding from the face. 3407 N. Halsted.
10:32PM - 700 block of Brompton for the man who’s bleeding after putting his hand through a window.
10:34PM - Clark and Roscoe for the man who’s swinging a bat at passers-by. He’s dressed in a baseball uniform.
10:19PM - Man passed out in the women’s bathroom. 954 Newport.
11:46PM - Domestic. Woman hit in the head with a bottle outside 10XX W. Newport.
12:19AM - The Cubby Bear is holding one for breaking out windows. Also, Sluggers says three guys they just kicked out are fighting in the middle of the street.
12:28AM - Check on the suspicious man with bloody hands. Halsted and Belmont.
1:40AM - Yep! People are still getting arrested. The night’s third known arrest stems from a fight outside of Moe’s Cantina, 3518 N. Clark.