Saturday, October 16, 2010

Shooting Or Stabbing On Kedzie Overnight

Good morning, everyone. Right after I left you guys last night, there was apparently a shooting in 14. This incident occurred at 12:28am, according to Chicago Breaking News. The incident occurred on the 2900 block of North Kedzie Avenue (which CBN incorrectly states as being in the Logan Square neighborhood, when it's in Avondale). It is stated that the victim, an 18 yr old man, suffered multiple gunshot wounds to his buttocks, back and arms. The incident allegedly occurred at a house party. The victim was driven to St. Mary's by friends, and he was in critical condition as of 1:15am.

Chicago News Report also has a story on this.

Shooting On Monticello Friday Night
Four People Shot On Nelson
Shooting Near Koz Park On Diversey Overnight
Homicide On Springfield Overnight
Shooting On St. Louis
Possible Homicide On Ridgeway Last Night
Shooting On Hamlin Overnight
Hit And Run Kills Woman In Avondale
Shooting On Hamlin This Morning
Stabbing At Milwaukee and Central Park Wednesday Night
Man Shot In Neck Yesterday On Cortland
Child Possibly Shot @ Harding and Wabansia Last Night
Two People Shot In Traffic On Schubert
Two Men Shot Near Foodsmart On Armitage
Noon Time Gunfire @ George and Hamlin
Sixteen Year Old Shot In Logan Square
Two Women Attacked With Bat In Logan Square
Police Helicopter Flying, Squad Cars Going Wrong Way
Stabbing On Milwaukee This Morning
Shots Fired @ Milwaukee and Drake Last Night
Shooting On Cortland Friday Night
Teen Shot In Head On Armitage
Shooting On Dawson?
Homicide And Beating In North Avondale
Letter To Alderman Reboyras Re: Shooting at Belmont and Monticello
Shooting At Altgeld and Ridgeway This Morning
Shooting In 2100 Block of Lawndale
Shots Fired On Belmont Last Night
17 Year Old Murdered In Logan Square Club
Shooting At Lyndale and Campbell


Anonymous said...

There's been talk of charging the police with federal civil rights violations against the homeless people in Chicago. How can the police forcibly take homeless people off the streets they call home and force them into shelters?

AvondaleLoganSquareCrimeBlotter said...

That's lame. Now the police are going to be charged with that? To answer your question, the police do that by having a wagon come round them up if they're passed out, throwing up, etc.

LoganSquareReporter said...

I seriously doubt that any charges will hold up since being homeless is covered in teh DSM as a mental illness and also because many of teh homeless do suffer from mental / emotional disturbances, they are performing a quality of life service for the homeless as well as the general public who have to deal with the repercussions of untreated mental illness.