Saturday, May 12, 2012

Possible Kidnapping On Belmont, Burglar Alarm @ Monroe School

Good morning, everyone, it's 1:08am. It's a cloudy morning with temps in the lower 60s. It's supposed to remain cloudy, and actually rain, with temps dropping into the 50s by day's end. We'll see how that affects crime for today. Today, I'm monitoring 25 from now until 4:21am, then again from 6:38 to 4:30pm, and then I'm coming back at 7:30 with 14 until 10:30. Tomorrow, I'm monitoring 14 from 8am until 3:45pm and from 10:30 to midnight. On Monday, I'll cover 25 from 7:15 on, and on Tuesday, I'll cover 14 from 3:45 to 7:30. With that, here's crime for portions of today.

1:08am - Information for the CPD. 3909 W Belmont. Caller says their friend was kidnapped. Caller sounds a bit intoxicated.

1:36am - Burglar alarm. 3651 W Schubert. At the Monroe school.

1:37am - Backlog in 25 at 01:37 hours.

1:41am - Beat car 2535Robert is doing a premise check at 1747 N. Springfield, the pumping station.

2:23am - Ok, here's what's going on over at Monroe. There's apparently an open back door in the main building of the school and it looks like someone did break in, or at least tried to. Beat car 2524R is on scene, reporting that.

2:28am - A keyholder is coming to Monroe shortly.

2:38am - 10-1. 10-1. 4729 W McLean. Beat car 2522R is on a call at this location, in the alley, and someone's fighting them. All available units are to go. Multiple units from 25 and 15 on the way.

2:39am - Taser deployment on McLean. Still multiple units on the way.

2:40am - Units are STILL being requested. Must be a very, very serious situation.

2:41am - A slow down is being given now. A lot of units are pulling up and they're getting the situation under control. There has been a taser deployment.

2:43am - A disregard is being given at 4729 on McLean at the 10-1. EMS is being requested for the offender and an officer who sustained a head injury during the assault. Apparently, the offender punched the officer several times in the head, and another officer may have a broken finger. The offender was tased several times.

2:55am - 1) Shots Fired. 25XX N Monticello. Three heard, in the alley. 2) Assault. Palmer and Hamlin. A gang member threatened to beat up the caller.

3:04am - Loud music disturbance. 1800 block of N Springfield.

3:12am - Disturbance. 21XX N Pulaski.

3:20am - Just so you fine citizens in that area on the far west end of Beat 2525 are aware, you might have a gang disturbance/fight coming your way.

3:34am - 1) Battery. 22XX N Kedvale. 2) A number of disturbances on 2525's Beat.

4:13am - Some call at 36XX W Palmer.

4:21am - I'm going to go. I'll be back at 6:38. See you all then.

6:38am - I'm back. Good morning, guys.

8:01am - Loud music disturbance. 39XX W Schubert.

8:02am - 1) Barking dog. 37XX W Diversey. Dog has been left in the garage all day and night, and is barking. 2) Criminal damage report. 29XX N Springfield. Car window was broken out and now the offender is threatening and intimidating the caller not to report the incident to the CPD. He was arrested two weeks ago for stealing the car.

8:14am - EMS run. 38XX W Wabansia. 98 year old not breathing.

9:02am - Beat 2530 is doing a premise check at 1747 N. Springfield, the pumping station.

10:55am - Theft. 20XX N Keystone. Purse snatching. Male White, 20s, mustache, black hoodie and pants running towards Armitage on Keystone just stole the caller's purse.

12:11pm - Beat 2582Foot is doing a special attention at St. Hyacinth's Church, 3636 W Wolfram.

12:25pm - Vice complaint. 44XX W Parker.

12:44pm - 2582F is clear from the detail.

12:56pm - Beat 2563David has a stop at 26XX N Lawndale.

2:23pm - Robbery. 39XX W George. Caller's dad was robbed by a male White, 5'9, 200 lbs, tall with a black hoodie. He ran towards Wellington on Harding.

2:31pm - A black pistol was involved in the 2:23pm job. Taken was $35, a gold chain and a gold anchor.

3:08pm - Traffic accident. Kostner and Wrightwood. Driver of the offending vehicle is drunk.

3:15pm - Burglar report. 17XX N Pulaski.

3:33pm - Municipal ordinance violation. 4100 W Fullerton.

3:57pm - Yet another premise check is being done at the pumping station. Latest event number is 13402.

4:30pm - I'm going to go until 7:30. At that time, I'll be back with 14. I'll monitor this time period of 25 Monday.

7:30pm - I'm back, with 14.

7:34pm - Per Beat 1400, the 14th District Commander, there's some sort of large gathering of 150 or so people that will be occurring by 8pm in the Logan Square Monument. They're all gathering for a scavenger hunt. They will be meet at the Monument, then they will head south to Holestin Park by 9, and then they'll be going to various locations around the Wicker Park area until they reach their final destination on Lake Street a little before 2am. 1400 is advising officers to keep an extra eye on their Beats, particularly the parks, and to "have their ears on" (listen to the radio) for any and all calls. This is just so all of you are aware of the situation.

7:56pm - I have to go eat. I'll be back soon.

8:24pm - I'm back.

8:27pm - Battery in progress. 2825 N Milwaukee. People fighting in the restaurant.

8:39pm - A disregard is being given on the 8:27pm job.

8:42pm - Criminal trespass. 26XX N Drake.

8:50pm - Assault in progress. Webster and Damen. Four male Hispanics chasing after two male Whites. Heading east.

8:51pm - Missing person report. 1900 N Sawyer. At the group home.

9:00pm - Gang disturbance. 19XX N Mozart. Two flashing signs.

9:02pm - Beat 1452 is letting officers know that the people from this hunt thing are in and out of traffic at Western and Charleston. They're just making them aware so they don't go chasing after them.

9:05pm - Beat 1461Boy has a street stop at North and Fairfield.

9:08pm - Hold-up alarm. 1958 N Milwaukee. At the Family Dollar.

9:09pm - Shots Fired. Oakley and Shakespeare. As you all now know, there's 150 people in Holestin Park right now on that hunt thing, and a 911 caller is saying that they heard lots of screaming followed by one gunshot. Not good, at all. We'll see what this leads up to...

9:15pm - Missing from the group home at 1900 on Sawyer is a male Black named James, age 17, 5'6, 200 lbs with black and brown clothing. He's been out several times before. Unknown whereabouts. This is per Beat car 1422, the paper car.

9:16pm - Criminal trespass in progress. 17XX N Kimball. Someone's in the caller's apartment.

9:17pm - Traffic accident. 2128 N Milwaukee. Two cars.

9:36pm - Traffic accident. Fullerton and Western. Several calls on it.

9:39pm - Loud music disturbance. 20XX N Milwaukee. Loud party with underage drinking involved.

9:43pm - Loud music disturbance. 26XX N Central Park. Loud party.

9:55pm - Loud music disturbance. 29XX N Dawson. Loud party.

9:57pm - Disturbance. 28XX N Albany. Male causing a ruckus on the block.

9:58pm - Loud music disturbance. 31XX N Sawyer. Loud party.

10:10pm - 1) Loud music disturbance. 28XX N Kedzie. Loud party. 2) Parker. 29XX N Kimball. Car parked on the crosswalk, right up on another car.

10:13pm - Disturbance. 1608 W North Ave. Three males loitering in the alley.

10:14pm - Disturbance. 2928 W Fullerton. Male White, tan jacket and blue jeans is at the bus stop, harassing people.

10:30pm - I'm heading to bed. I'll be back tomorrow. Good night, everyone.


Anonymous said...

Those cops got to start thinking about their job out there. Lots of folks aren't scared of the police anymore. In fact many are fed up with police service.

Dr. Cliff Huxtabal said...

Why did they taze the man multiple times?! Once should be enough. Hopefully, they will contact the law offices of Loevy & Loevy. They specialize in these types of "excessive force." $$$ Don't forget CPD "the whole world is watching".

Anonymous said...

Thanks, great job.

Anonymous said...

Actually, its just a loud vocal minority. most of the community want to work with the police.

Anonymous said...

Cliff - One taze might not be enough depending on the perp. Tazing isn't a once size fits all action.

Also, I love your sweaters.

Anonymous said...

Perp??? That's a New York term...

Anonymous said...

Actually its a Southern Maine term, sometimes West Vermont.

Shortwave_America said...

These dispatchers need to stop assuming that a caller is intoxicated. A person calling in certain scenarios such as a kidnapping could also be an injured party who is dazed from an attack or may have some sort of neurological or speech disability that makes them sound slurred.

Had I been that caller, and found out I was suspected of being intoxicated and wasn't, with evidence to could prove it, I'd be suing the city!!

AvondaleLoganSquareCrimeBlotter said...

I agree with anonymous 10:13, Cliff. One taze might not be enough.

Thank you, anonymous 11:04, and no problem.

Agreed, anonymous 1:45.

Shortwave, I have to agree there. Sometimes they assume people are intoxicated way too much, and that's wrong.