Friday, September 14, 2012

Female Yelling For Help On Hamlin, Protesters Headed Towards The Square

Good morning, everyone, it's 8:31am. It's a sunny morning with temps in the lower 60s, and today will be around 70 with sunshine. Monitoring 25 today from now until 11:14, then I have to go to class. I'll be back later, I guess, after 5pm or so. We'll see. With that, here's crime for today.

9:36am - Person calling for help. 22XX N Hamlin. Female yelling for help.

10:09am - Just information only: There's about 100 or so protesters from Monroe heading east towards the Square. This is per Beat 2575XRay.

11:14am - I have to go. I may or may not be back today. If not, I'll see you all tomorrow. Have a great afternoon, everyone!

6:45pm - I'm back. Good afternoon, everyone.

7:18pm - Gang disturbance. Kelvyn Park. Group representing in the park.

7:32pm - Disturbance. 18XX N Central Park. Neighbor dispute.

7:55pm - An outside unit is at Koz Park and just had a couple of guys come up to them, telling them that a blue van just chased them around the park. Possibly a blue Chevy. Might be something from an earlier shooting in the area. Anyone possibly know where that was, or any details?

8:06pm - Gang disturbance. Wabansia and Harding. Six on the corner flashing gang signs.

8:39pm - Backlog in 25 at 20:39 hours.

9:15pm - Traffic accident. Hamlin and Belmont. Two cars, no injuries.

9:39pm - Gang disturbance. 21XX N Lawndale. Group loitering in front.

10:18pm - Beat 4548 needs some units in the parking lot of the bank at Milwaukee and Central Park. Big crowd there apparently.

10:22pm - I'm going to go for the night. I'll be back tomorrow. Good night, everyone.

6 comments:

Mary LaNett said...

How long before our current school system is replaced by an on-line school? Just think of the savings. Less teachers would be needed. They already have on-line college, so why not grade and high school too?

Anonymous said...

Mary LaNett said...

How long before our current school system is replaced by an on-line school? Just think of the savings. Less teachers would be needed. They already have on-line college, so why not grade and high school too?

Saturday, September 15, 2012 8:13:00 AM CDT



so every child can grow up to be just as lonely as you?

Mary LaNett said...

Yes, to on-line school. It would also be a safety issue since the streets and schools are unsafe due to the sub-standard police service in Chicago. No more herds of loud kids wandering the street on their way to school.

Undergrounded said...

Mary, that's just absurd, sorry.

Every other issue aside, I'll use your own words to point out 1 very important thing - "No more herds of loud kids wandering the street on their way to school."

No, they won't be doing this...they will be walking in groups & using their smartphones to log in to school. Had you considered that?
They would be out ALL DAY, as the troubled ones obviously have no guidance to stop them from doing so.
Online college is completely different. Once you're in college, you're expected to have some degree of wisdom & self-restraint.

Seriously, Mary - do you even think about your posts? I'm sorry, but you suggest a lot of changes in your posts, yet never really make sense to me.

Anonymous said...

I noticed you blogged the Mexican parade but never did the St. Patrich's Day parade. I wonder why that is???

AvondaleLoganSquareCrimeBlotter said...

Anonymous 5:33, if I recall that day correctly, I DID monitor the St. Patrick's parade. The one that was in DOWNTOWN and NOT in this neighborhood, either. Check my other blog. But I do remember blogging a St. Patty's parade. So if you're trying to imply I'm racist, it's not working.