The victim told police that he was catching a few Z’s when Nawaf S. Albis “penetrated his rectum with his hand” and then threw hot coffee on the teen when he tried to stop the assault, according to a police report.
Cops say they subsequently found two bags of pot in Albis’ shoe during a custodial search. The victim declined to pursue sexual assault charges, police said.
The 27-year-old victim told police that Christopher Alexander complimented his looks and “stated that he wanted to take him home for some fun.” When the victim responded that he’s not gay, Alexander allegedly pulled out a knife and threatened to stab the man. A CTA canine unit detained Alexander until police arrived.
He then took a set of car keys and went into the lot to see which car beeped when he hit the remote, and got inside, according to court records.
Police arrived and arrested Brown before he left the lot. He’s charged with theft and criminal trespass to a vehicle for the July 3 incident.
They found Mitchell Nowak “getting into [the paramedics’] faces" while EMS tried to help an injured woman, according to court records. When Nowak saw the police, he stole a bystander's bicycle and pedaled down Halsted Street. Cops chased Nowak on foot until he crashed into a car at Halsted and Roscoe, police said.
43-year-old Nowak of Arlington Heights is charged with pot possession, theft (of the bike), and criminal damage to property (the car).