Wednesday, August 22, 2012

Traffic Accident @ Fullerton/Pulaski

Good morning, everyone, it's 6:57am. It's a sunny morning with temps in the lower 60s. Today will be sunny with temps in the mid 80s. Monitoring 25 today, from now until about 8:20am or so, then I have to go to my classes at Wright College, and then I'll be home around 5:30pm or so, and I'll monitor most of the evening after that. I might monitor for a little bit during my two breaks at the college, though, too, so we'll see. With that, here's crime for portions of today.

7:44am - Traffic accident. Fullerton and Pulaski. Property damage only.

8:05am - Parker. On 2524's Beat.

8:17am - They're calling back at the accident.

8:27am - Traffic accident. 17XX N Pulaski.

8:34am - I have to go. I'll be back later. Have a great day, everyone, and see you all later :).

11:10am - I'm back for the time being. Just got out of English and waiting for Math class to start

11:37am - Beat 2582Foot is taking one into 25 from 2992 N Milwaukee Ave. Not sure what for.

11:42am - Ok, folks, I have to go to Math class now. I'll be back later. Have a great start to the afternoon, everyone.

2:15pm - I'm back for a little while. Out of Math class now and start Criminal Justice at 3:30.

3:07pm - Ok, off to class I go. I'll be back in a couple of hours. See you all then.

5:08pm - I'm back, early at that. Criminal Justice class ended early so I got home early. I'm here for the rest of the day. Good afternoon, everyone.

5:35pm - A 25th District unit is doing some ANOVs at 3078 N Milwaukee Ave.

7:16pm - I have to go eat. I'll be back soon.

7:28pm - I'm back. Good evening, everyone :).

8:03pm - Gang disturbance. 1633 N Hamlin. In front of the daycare. Group loitering and representing.

8:40pm - Loud music disturbance. 18XX N Harding.

10:00pm - I'm heading to bed. I'm exhausted from class today, again. Good night, everyone. I'll be back tomorrow.


Anonymous said...

I'm sure you will do good in Criminal Justice. Good thing you don't go to Truman College. Lots of trouble goes on around there.

Mary LaNett said...

Whatever happened to jobs for kids like paper boy, cutting grass, koolaqide stand, etc.... While I was young everybody did something, not collect goverment money. Today, even all these city worker jobs are overpaid. I'd say in these hard times pay cuts are due for teachers, firemen, and police. They all do sub-standard service.

Undergrounded said...

@Mary LaNett,
I agree with you on kids doing odd jobs, Mary. I shoveled many a walk, cut lots of grass, and even collected newspaper for sale growing up on the south side.
I find a few kids selling lemonade now & then. You might look east of the Logan Square Farmer's Market, where all those people set up their "yard sales". I bought 2 glasses last weekend from a nice mother & her kids.
We need to support those who do these things, they are the future leaders. Those who pursue crime or just sit back & collect a check become comfortable doing so, and what incentive do they really have to pursue anything?