Tuesday, December 1, 2009

Grocery Store Alarm Going Off On Fullerton

Good afternoon, everyone, it's 4:01pm. Well, today is December 1, which means some things. One, it's the last month of this year. Second, the holidays are coming and, finally, it's getting cold outside. But today is warm. Anyway, school was a bit on the wild side. There was a fight and someone decided to fight the police. So, here's crime for this late afternoon and evening.

4:06pm - Burglar alarm. 4003 W Fullerton. At the grocery store.

5:59pm - 1) Domestic disturbance. 2332 N Avers. Problem with the son. 2) Child abuse? 2010 N Central Park. At Funston. A child was never picked up from school.

6:04pm - Landlord/tenant dispute. 2703 N Ridgeway. Call is three hours old.

6:21pm - The 6:04pm job is coded 19P.

6:36pm - I have to go eat. I'll be back soon.

7:00pm - I'm back.

7:41pm - EMS run. 3078 N Avers. Intoxicated male.

7:57pm - Domestic disturbance. 1750 N Harding. 18 yr old son causing problems. He runs from the police.

8:07pm - I have to go. Good night, everyone. I'll be back tomorrow afternoon.


Anonymous said...

Another shots fired at Ridgeway & Altgeld, just about 15 minutes ago (10:35 PM).

AvondaleLoganSquareCrimeBlotter said...

Anonymous, can you tell me how many shots were fired? And possibly what kind of investigation the police did? Was anybody hurt in this (if you know)?

Anonymous said...

Sorry for the delay in response. If I recall correctly, there were two shots fired, sounded like they came from the direction of the Altgeld & Ridgeway intersection, possibly near the church.

Two squads rolled through about five minutes after, lights off, and there was a bit of commotion a block to the west of the intersection (near Hamlin) shortly thereafter - a couple siren squawks out of a squad and some shouting.

Unfortunately, that's all the info I've got on the incident.

AvondaleLoganSquareCrimeBlotter said...

That's ok. After reading this, this sounds like some sort of gang incident. I wouldn't be surprised if it was due to the shouting. I'm glad the police came rather quick, though.

That information alone is good enough for anybody to know what happened. And you probably know more about it than some of your neighbors, and you certainly know about it more than me.