Sunday, January 4, 2009

Final day off from school

Good morning, readers, its 8:07am. Well, today is my final day off of school. I've had a pretty nice vacation and I guess I'm ready to head back to Sullivan "Fight" School. Here is crime for today. (Note: If you see anything around Monroe school posted in the list of crimes, don't be too surprised. There was a shooting there about 20 hours ago and I'm pretty sure sparks will fly).

10:21am - Hold up alarm. 4441 W Diversey. No further information.

10:23am - Beat car 2512 codes out the alarm as 1Paul.

11:28am - Alarm. 4146 W Fletcher. No further information.

12:05pm - Burglary report. 1637 N Springfield. No further information.

12:11pm - Criminal trespass in progress. 3940 W Wrightwood. Two females trespassing.

2:18pm - Suspicious vehicle. 2638 N Pulaski. At the Public Storage. Two male Hispanics are in a white van. They've been there for about 30 minutes now. The public storage is closing right now but people are afraid to leave.

2:21pm - A backlog has been put into 25.

2:32pm - The alarm is going off again at 4146 W Fletcher.

3:56pm - Info for the police. Wrightwood and Harding. Two or three cars have their windows broken out.

4:08pm - Disturbance. 3948 W Fullerton. At the CVS. Male aged 11 is refusing to leave. He's been a trouble maker there before.

4:37pm - Reckless driver. North and Avers. Car speeding around recklessly.

5:01pm - Domestic disturbance. 11 S Austin. Someone's having a domestic in Apartment 205. Note: Yes, I know, this is WAY out of the coverage area, but I have a friend from Sullivan who lives there, and it's my blog anyway, so there's your explanation on that. LOL.

6:23pm - There is an outdoor roll call being held at Armitage and Pulaski at 18:30 (6:30pm) hours.

7:00pm - Parker. 3127 N Harding. There are about 10 parking premits on the block.

7:08pm - They're calling back on Harding.

7:19pm - Person wanted. 4132 W George. The person who damaged the caller's car is in the alley.

8:03pm - Well, it's time for me to go. Good night, everyone. I guess no sparks flew today (good thing).

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