Sunday, November 14, 2010

Suspicious Person On Monticello

Good morning, everyone, it's 6:56am. It's cold out this morning, and it's still cloudy. It's in the 30s right now and will only make it to the upper 40s. This is just beginning of the cold, I believe. Anyway, this is just the beginning of a really busy week for me. As I said the other day, I've got meetings starting tomorrow, everyday until Friday. Tomorrow is a Neighborhood Association meeting, Wednesday is a Student Government meeting after school, and Tuesday and Thursday are block club meetings. Not to mention, on Thursday, I have to go with mom to my school for about an hour to get my report card. I'm not sure if I'll have time to blog. Depends on how much homework I get on top of the meetings, and then Thursday, I'll likely not blog at all, because of it being such a busy day. Well, here's crime for today.

9:06am - Suspicious person. 1834 N Monticello.

9:58am - Disturbance. 3809 W Altgeld. Dispute with neighbors over a smashed door.

10:19am - Disturbance. 4023 W Oakdale. Problem with the neighbor.

10:37am - Parker. 4100 block of W Dickens. Permits.

11:32am - Assault in progress. 2456 N Hamlin. Neighbors arguing.

1:33 to 1:43pm - Had to go to the store.

3:19pm - Fire. 2700 block of N Avers. Smoke coming from a house.

3:23pm - The 3:19pm job is a code. They're just burning leaves.

3:36pm - Burglar alarm. 2121 N Keeler. At the Nixon school.

3:53pm - Battery in progress. 3601 W Wrightwood. Male slamming things around on the 2, sounds like he may be hitting a female because a female can be heard screaming.

5:06pm - Burglary in progress. 1841 N Monticello.

5:53pm - Person calling for help. 2200 block of N Avers. There's a man yelling for CPD. He might be in the west alley.

5:54pm - Another call just came in for the 5:53pm job. Hamlin and Belden. The guy's running towards Fullerton, yelling for someone to call 911.

5:55pm - Shots Fired. 3806 W Belden. Male Hispanic, 16-18 yrs old, chubby, white stocking cap, shaved left eyebrow, gray ski mask, gray hoodie with designs on it, brown shoes and a bookbag knocked on the caller's door. When they answered, the man demanded all of their money. A struggle ensued, and one gunshot went off. The guy ran down Hamlin.

6:09pm - Report of a coyote in the community. This is being called in at 4014 W George St. I ask that everyone in this general area to use caution.

6:19pm - An RD number has been pulled from the whole thing over on Belden. It's HS615452 with the event number of 11726.

6:32pm - I have to go eat. I'll be back.

6:45pm - I'm back.

7:55pm - Disturbance. On 2525's Beat.

8:14pm - Traffic accident. 3632 W Fullerton. Bicyclist hit by a car.

8:17pm - The 8:14pm job is a 18Henry for now. The bicyclist is currently refusing medical attention and a police report.

8:19pm - A unit asks for a follow-up from 2644 N Harding. Event number is 13991.

8:28pm - Fire. Keystone and Palmer. There's a lot of smoke in the air within the vicinity.

8:29pm - Another call to 911 from Palmer and Keystone reveals that the smoke is from fireworks in the air.

9:00pm - I have to go. I may be back tomorrow, and if so, good night. But, if not, take care :).


Anonymous said...

I donno, looks like all the trouble on the beat is caused by those who live there. Prehaps it "you" that's the problem? Way too many goofs living on 2523's beat.

AvondaleLoganSquareCrimeBlotter said...

Would you be speaking about all of the people who seem to be complaining about the officers on the Beat? If so, I can't say I disagree. I've met two of 2523's officers (the two that work afternoons), and they don't seem like what everyone's saying they are. I've never had a problem with them. If anything, I have more issues with officers who work other Beats but bring their rude attitudes over here sometimes.

Anonymous said...

Most of these shots fired are probably just fireworks.

AvondaleLoganSquareCrimeBlotter said...

The "shots fired" call on Belden was a true one. Wasn't fireworks at all. Besides, a lot of people can't tell the difference between gunshots and fireworks. Admittedly, even I get them confused sometimes.