*At 2:10 a.m., Tuesday, December 5, near 58th Street and South
Dorchester Avenue, a woman walking alone was confronted by an armed man
who got out of a maroon four door 1990 Chevy Lumina, and attempted to
rob and force her into the car. She resisted, and during the struggle
he also attempted to sexually assault her. The man fled in the car when
witnesses appeared after hearing the woman's outcry.
Tuesday, December 05, 2006
*At 2:10 a.m., Tuesday, December 5, near 58th Street and South
"Fitzgerald said he has used Tang Soo Do on three occasions outside of his training and “all three were very successful, in fact the person never got a chance to hurt me.” Passing on these skills to others is a big reason why he teaches, particularly in Hyde Park, where he sees crime and safety as a growing problem.
“Hyde Park has two faces, a daytime face and a night time face and the night time face is much more dangerous,” he said. “The daytime face is professionals, families, students and professors but at night there are gang bangers, drug dealers and people who will hurt you for money.”
This emphasis on self-defense separates Fitzgerald and his school from other Chicago martial arts practitioners in Fitzgerald’s mind.
“I train for self-defense. Others might train for physical fitness, weight loss, whatever, but I train for self defense and I want my students to come back to me and say it worked.” Fitzgerald said. “Criminals hate victims who fight back.”"
Sunday, December 03, 2006
A recent stabbing in the heart of that part of Hyde Park affectionately referred to as "The Student Ghetto" has elicited the following statement from the University's Vice President of Community and Government Affairs:
In response, we have assigned additional officers to the area in marked and unmarked cars. These officers will join the additional four extra patrol cars serving the areas of the neighborhood close to the University that were dispatched in June...
This is a very serious incident that highlights the need to continue enhancing our efforts to increase safety for all those who study, work, visit, and live in the area. Recent efforts to reduce crime in the area have proven effective and data show a significant decrease in crime, but we realize we must do more to improve the security of our neighborhood.We are also working with the University of Chicago Police, the Dean of Students Office, and all of the University's leadership to ensure appropriate resources are provided to support individuals who experience acts of crime or violence.
I have no complaints against efforts to catch more criminals. It hardly needs stating that crime is lowered when criminals are caught, and caged, and sterilized. But other trends in the University of Chicago Police Department's policies regarding the community disturb me, especially in my more contemplative moods. Take, for instance, this sign posted outside our venerable place of employment, near where I have my morning, mid-morning, beginning of lunch, end of lunch, mid-afternoon, and, on rare occasions, my early evening coffees and cigarettes:
Yes, that's correct: the U of C police--though without a doubt the priority for medical emergencies (after the Student Care Center), public disturbance calls, and rides to class when one has sprained his left ankle almost beyond repair--can be counted on to steal your bike (if locked to the rails near the aforementioned cigarette niche).
Friday, December 01, 2006
Paying the settlement are the hospital; Jack Michel; former hospital owner James Desnick;
In 2000, Desnick was one of several persons who paid $14 million in response to allegations of a similar kickback scheme from 1992 to 2000 at another hospital he owned, Doctors Hospital of Hyde Park in Chicago.
Thursday, November 30, 2006
Please let me know what features you most appreciate on the Hyde Park
Crime Watch blog:
- Posting of University alerts
- Posting of Hyde Park Herald articles
- News from other news sources
- Entries from other blogs
- First-hand tips and reports
- Detailed crime reports from Chicago police department
- Editorial and analysis
- Do you live in Hyde Park?
- Have you been a victim of crime in Hyde Park?
Email your response to firstname.lastname@example.org or post them as comments.
A man was jumped and beaten while walking his dog at 11 pm. over the
Thanksgiving weekend at 57th and University.
If you have more details, please email email@example.com
Monday, November 27, 2006
Stop risking your future by getting caught up in nonsense.
While the Jemelle Lloyd arrest showed how easy it is for police to sweep black males into the criminal justice system, it also showed how young black males often give police the broom.
Here's what I mean.
Lloyd was arrested and charged with five other Chicago Military Academy classmates with beating up and attempting to rob a Hyde Park man three weeks ago.
Last week, a judge dropped the charges against Lloyd and two others, ruling there was no probable cause for their arrest. Three of his classmates are being held in this case.
Too often, black youth are judged guilty by association, and that appears to be what happened in this case.
Just as often, teens silently watch violence unfold. Lloyd claimed he walked away and didn't see what happened.
But two other teens candidly admitted seeing the beating take place.
In a situation where a victim is being attacked by a group of teens, police don't care who punched the victim or who stuck a hand in the victim's pocket.
Everybody's going to jail.
So as cold as it sounds, teens who have managed to keep their records clean need to shun teens who are itching to get into trouble.
Unfortunately, despite the fact that Lloyd and two other teens were exonerated (and are now back at the Chicago Military Academy), this incident will continue to haunt them.
There was also an undeniably innocent victim in this case: the white man who was knocked down, punched and kicked.
As far as I know, no one has apologized to him.
Worse yet, this kind of crime appears to be part of a disturbing trend.
Young people call it a "beatdown," when a group of teens attack someone and take their cell phone and money. The slang belies the seriousness of the crime.
It's not a joke.
Teens who are caught beating down someone can be charged with attempted robbery and assault, even attempted murder, depending on the victim's injuries.
Parents of students in Chicago Public Schools have complained to me about this kind of violence for a couple of years.
In some instances, upperclassmen are accused of attacking freshmen at bus stops and making them empty their pockets.
The violence doesn't only occur at so-called bad schools. It also happens at schools that have good reputations.
I've heard from parents whose children have been victimized in this way, and these parents have complained that not enough was being done to protect their children.
Lately, whites have also been victimized by the beatdowns.
That's what happened to Ryan Rusch, the 14-year-old Beverly boy who was brutally beaten by three black youths who lived outside of the neighborhood.
In fact, one of the accused attackers allegedly told police that they didn't go to a predominantly black area because they were afraid the victim might pull out a weapon.
The accused teens in that case are facing charges of attempted murder.
The urban street violence made its way to the Hyde Park area last summer, which is why the University of Chicago Police Department had to form a robbery team.
So the random acts of violence aren't so random. These are targeted attacks against people the assailants believe aren't able to defend themselves.
That makes the perpetrators of this violence the worst kind of bullies.
But the young people who engage in this activity also aren't very bright.
They don't seem to realize that attacks against white people in predominantly white neighborhoods aren't going to be tolerated to the degree violence has been tolerated in a lot of black neighborhoods.
I went to bat for Jemelle Lloyd because I believed he was innocent. But a lot of innocent young black males have ended up in jail.
So what happened in this case was more a miracle than a victory.
I pray that Lloyd and the other two innocent students will make the most of that miracle.
At 10:10 p.m., Friday, November 24, on South University Avenue between
57th and 58th Streets, a man was walking. As he passed four other men
they began striking him with their fists and feet, knocking him to the
ground. The offenders then fled. The victim was taken to the hospital
for treatment of bruises.
Tuesday, November 21, 2006
BY MARY MITCHELL <mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org> Sun-Times Columnist
Suzette Lloyd got her miracle. "He's free. It's over," Lloyd screamed
into my ear when I answered my cell phone. "Thank you, Ms. Mitchell,
"This is the happiest day in my life," Jemelle Lloyd shouted in the
background. "It's like the biggest birthday present."
Jemelle also thanked everyone who prayed for him. He turned 18 on Nov.
13. It was a birthday he'll never forget.
On that day, he had to go to court on disgraceful charges that he and
five other young black males beat up a man in Hyde Park in an attempt to
rob him of $5.
Jemelle swore to police, to his mother and to me that he had nothing to
do with the assault. He is a "B" student, captain of his school's
basketball team, and has no arrests or convictions on his record.
He was charged with a felony and was kicked out of the Chicago Military
Academy in Bronzeville.
After three weeks of being treated like a criminal by police,
prosecutors and school officials, Jemelle finally had someone in
authority take his side last Monday.
In a hearing at criminal court, Judge Donald Panarese ruled there was no
"probable cause" for Jemelle to be charged.
The judge also dropped the charges against Lawrence Gardner and
Alexander Tolls, the Cook County state's attorney's office confirmed.
Three others: Van Epinger, 17; Michael Pleasants, 17, and Armani Carson,
18, will be indicted in the case.
Jemelle had maintained he was walking to a bus stop -- dressed in the
same school uniforms as the other five students -- when he was
apprehended by the University of Chicago police as a suspect in the crime.
Jemelle spent three days in Cook County Jail before his mother could
scrape together the $5,000 she needed to post bond.
But his mother believed in his innocence to the point that she reached
out to everyone and anyone she thought could help.
Although that legal fight is over, the arrest had a profound impact on
her son, the mother said.
"He's just trying to get his life back together," Suzette Lloyd told me
"What's really bothering him is that the police officer pulled a gun out
and stuck it in his face when they were arresting him. I think that was
the most devastating thing that's happened to him."
After I put a spotlight on Jemelle's plight, several high-powered
attorneys, including former appellate justice R. Eugene Pincham, agreed
to take on Jemelle's case pro bono.
"This case just wasn't handled properly," said Pincham, who was in court
when the charges against Jemelle were dropped.
"As it is, three black children will be forever barred from a decent
life because they made one mistake. These are the instances when we need
daring, creative, innovative solutions so as not to destroy three young
Without a doubt, what the three teens are accused of doing is despicable.
But like Pincham, I'm concerned about how quickly black males are cycled
into the criminal justice system.
In Jemelle's case, police didn't even put together a lineup. Worse yet,
the Chicago Public Schools kicked Jemelle out in his senior year, and
shipped him across the city on the Northwest Side to an alternative high
school before he was found guilty of anything.
Had these young men been suburban, white and first-time offenders, they
would have probably been given a "station adjustment."
That's when a parent is hauled down to the police station and between
the parents and the cops, the teen is made to see the error of his ways
without being hit with formal charges.
Although the charges against Jemelle have been dropped, Suzette Lloyd
knows that's not enough.
"I've got to try and clear his record up in some kind of way. I've got
to get it off his record and have everything expunged," she said.
The mother said this ordeal has stressed her out.
"I'm relieved so much that I have my son for Thanksgiving. But I'm
bothered that no one said I'm sorry to the young men who didn't commit
the crime," she said.
Considering that so many other young black males have spent decades in
prisons for crimes that they didn't commit, Jemelle is extremely blessed.
Still, this is just one case in the hundreds of cases that happened that
same day, Pincham reminded me.
"The judicial system and the police department need to be more
sensitive. That is why the jail now is full of black folks," he said.
The Lloyds are very grateful for the generosity of readers. Their
donations to Jemelle's defense fund totaled about $3,500. After paying
for expenses related to this case, the balance of this fund will be
banked to help someone else. But if you wish for your check to be
returned, please contact my office at (312) 321-2585.
Monday, November 13, 2006
I fail to see how this would be more effective than distributing the so-called “rape whistle.” At least the whistle makes noise. Clearly, so long as a bureaucracy is actually doing something and producing work, it is doing its job....
I think that anyone who thinks that a “Student Emergency Contact Card” would be a good response to campus crime is the one with his head inside of his behind.
And while we’re at it, how about we hear the council, for once, strongly criticize the grossly inadequate job the University of Chicago Police Department (UCPD) does on our campus. If 50 kids from Shoreland and Broadview can harshly chastise the University for its transportation problems, then maybe the Council could go over to UCPD HQ and demand, not request, increased patrols, increased response time, and increased “drunk van” service. Of course, if any of them are reading this, they’ll first have to form a committee on protests, or a committee on Chicago Maroon columnists.More...
/On November 8, 2006 at 3:12 PM, a lone male entered the ARAMARK
offices on the first floor at the Hyde Park Center and committed a
robbery. The robber accosted the ARAMARK manager and threatened her with
a screwdriver. The perpetrator was later apprehended along with his
accomplice as they tried to leave the scene in an automobile. The
University of Chicago and City of Chicago Police responded immediately
and participated in the apprehension. No one was injured during the
event. No GSB students or staff were involved./
Friday, November 10, 2006
Upon walking into the polling place, one judge was ordering everyone to
have their ID out and ready . I knew that one only needs to show ID
once, upon registering. Therefore, I told the judge that I didn't
understand the ID requirement. She told me to look at the wall behind
me, where several posters with rule and regulations hung. I got out of
line and spent several minutes reading the posters, but there was no
mention of ID. I got back into line, and once it was my turn, told this
to the judge. She then handed me over to another judge who took me
outside to show me the sign posted there about ID. However, the first
line of this sign clearly stated that ID may only be necessary if ID had
not been shown to the board upon registration. When I pointed this out
to the first judge, she consulted with another judge, who seemed to know
much more and told her that if my voter record sheet is white, instead
of grey or pink, I don't need ID. So, I got to vote without ID, just as
I wished. Ironically, the judge made no effort to compare my signature
with that in the book, which is all they really need to confirm my
identity. After that, voting took about 20 minutes, since I went very
carefully through the long list of judges to vote yes or no according to
the suggestions I had printed out. Voting seemed smooth, but I'd be
interested to hear if there were any irregularities noticed by any readers.
Wednesday, November 08, 2006
Tuesday, November 07, 2006
The teens are all students at the Chicago Military Academy in Bronzeville. They are charged with assaulting the university student on a Hyde Park street after asking him for $5.
Jemelle Lloyd, 17; Van Epinger, 17; Michael Pleasants, 17; Lawrence Gardner, 17; Armani Carson, 18, and Alexander Tolks, 18, are being charged with attempted robbery -- a felony.
All of the students are African Americans; four of them, including Lloyd, play on the school's basketball team. On the day of their arrests, they were wearing their ROTC uniforms -- gold hoodies and green-and-gold jogging pants.
Lloyd, a solid student with no prior arrest record, who is also captain of the basketball team, says he had nothing to do with the assault.
He claims he had just left his group of friends and was cutting through the park at 55th Street toward a bus stop -- and talking to his mother on a cell phone -- when a University of Chicago police officer rolled up on him in a squad car.
"I started walking through the park to get to 55th and Lake Park where I could catch the bus. The next thing I know, a bunch of University of Chicago cars came speeding through the streets with their sirens going."
Lloyd said he turned around and saw his friends running.
"I kept walking. Then a car pulled up on the curb. The man got out the car with his weapon drawn and yelled: 'Get down!' I started walking toward him with my hands up. He kept yelling for me to get down and I got down. I said: 'Sir, I didn't do nothing.' But he put me and this other guy who wasn't that far from me in the same squad car."
The victim -- who was treated at the hospital and released -- did not identify his alleged attackers, and Lloyd was never put in a lineup. Instead, Lloyd was taken first to a police station at 29th & Prairie and later that night to 26th and California with the other accused students.
"We've got to write y'all up," Lloyd said a police officer told him.
I can't say whether Lloyd is innocent or guilty.
But his mother desperately believes in his innocence, and relatives from as far away as Colorado called me to testify to his character. Lloyd has no gang ties and has never been arrested for anything. From everything I've heard, attempted robbery seems totally out of this young man's sphere.
So I'm concerned that police officers have not done enough to ensure that an innocent teen isn't going down with the guilty ones.
Yet a spokeswoman for the Chicago Police Department defended the police department's decision not to put the teens in a lineup.
"A lineup is not considered due to the fact that the responding officer actually saw the pursuit," said police spokeswoman Monique Bond.
Like everyone else, I want the guilty people to pay for their crimes. But the idea that a police officer could positively identify six fleeing teenagers who were wearing the same uniforms bothers me.
And unfortunately, in these kinds of situations, the guilty parties are pressed to take a plea deal. By then, the offenders will be so desperate to cut a deal, they won't hesitate to give up an innocent.
So Lloyd is knee deep in the kind of trouble that could change the course of his life.
Along with the other teens charged in this case, he has been suspended and likely will be expelled from his high school. On Monday, school officials told Lloyd's mother, Suzette Lloyd, he has to go to an alternative high school at 6040 W. Irving Park.
"I don't even know where that is," the mother told me.
Although the Chicago Board of Education's Uniform Discipline Code does not address criminal charges against students for incidents off school grounds, principals have the discretion to consider those charges and to expel the students before they go to trial.
"Given that this was such a serious allegation, the principal felt it was serious enough to move forward with the expulsion process, but we continue the investigation," said Celeste Garrett, spokeswoman for the Board of Education.
That seems terribly unfair.
We know what happens if Lloyd is indeed guilty. But what happens if the investigation shows that the only thing Lloyd was guilty of that day was being in his school's colors?
How will they put things right?
At the bottom of the ballot -- an entirely separate ballot for suburban voters -- will be the names of 70 Cook County judges running for retention.
If history is any guide, most voters will skip it. Of those who tick "yes" or "no" for the judges, about 20 percent will vote "No" on all and 60 percent will vote "yes" on all.
But judges can have a direct impact on voters' lives. They can single-handedly take away a voter's driving privileges, house, even children in a contentious divorce case.
The only way to remove a bad judge from the bench is to force a candidate below 60 percent "Yes" votes. But that hasn't happened since 1990.
The Chicago Bar Association, the Chicago Council of Lawyers and the Sun-Times and Tribune editorial pages agree three judges should not be retained: Cynthia Brim; Amanda Toney; and Marcella Carmen Lipinski.
The judge found "not recommended" by the highest number of bar groups -- 10 -- is Robert Kowalski. The council said Kowalski made "offensive remarks in open court based on gender and national origin" but refused to offer examples. Kowalski denied that, and 51 attorneys who practice before him wrote the Sun-Times defending him.
Saturday, November 04, 2006
"This school year, the problems of violence are worse and earlier than in the past three years. In many cases, they are the direct result of the disruption of the city's poorest communities by school closings under "Renaissance 2010." The additional pressures on west side elementary schools caused by the closings of Frasier and Morse elementary schools is added to the community pressure caused by the closing of Collins High School. On the south side, the pressures caused by the Calumet and Englewood closings continue to hammer schools as far east as Hyde Park and as far west (now) as Bogan.
"Problems are festering or growing at every general high school on the west and south sides right now. And the cause of the increase in those problems, this year and for the last three school years, has been the school closing and "Renaissance" policies of CPS.
Nov. 2–A 36-year-old pregnant woman from Hyde Park was sent to the emergency room Thursday night after a police car collided with her vehicle on the corner of 55th street and Woodlawn Ave., according to District 21 Police.The woman, whose name has been withheld by police, was taken to the emergency room at Northwestern University Hospital after a squad car driven by Officer Lonnie Young struck the front of her Honda CR-V.
Friday, November 03, 2006
Shots were fired at several Hyde Park residents on South Ellis Avenue near East 58th Street at 7:37 p.m. on October 31, raising serious concerns about campus security.
No one was hurt or injured, and U of C police officers who were already surveying the area quickly captured the shooter.
The suspect has been charged with two misdemeanor crimes stemming from the shooting, which was with a BB gun.
The officers also apprehended the suspect’s sister, who was driving the vehicle used to chase the victims down. She was charged with minor traffic violations.
A third passenger exited the vehicle and escaped the scene without being arrested, said Rudolph Nimocks, chief of the U of C Police Department (UCPD).
The shooting follows several incidents of armed theft and assault on and near campus. These recent crimes have increased student safety concerns.
First-year Tiffany Kwak saw the perpetrators flee the scene of the shooting.
“I’ve never feared for my safety as much as I did then,” Kwak said. “Recently, with all the crime around campus, I have been especially aware of my surroundings.”
University and community officials said the crimes are isolated and not part of a larger trend. Bob Mason, executive director of the South East Chicago Commission, said Hyde Park has one of the lowest crime rates in all of Chicago.
“On campus, University police work in conjunction with Chicago police,” he said. “Intense and diligent police controls are the only way of preventing crimes against students.”
Nonetheless, sporadic crime on campus is inevitable, said Duel Richardson, director of Neighborhood Relations.
“This is an urban campus and random acts of violence are to be expected,” he said. “Crime can happen anywhere or anytime.”
Nimocks said students need to be aware of their environment at all times.
“There’s always a concern when any crime is committed on campus,” he said. “Students need to watch their surroundings and avoid distractions while walking.”
The openness of the U of C campus allows outside individuals, such as the perpetrators of these recent crimes, to gain access, Richardson said.
“There is a cost to this freedom [of an open campus],” Mason said. “But I’m sure most wouldn’t want to gate the campus off. Nobody wants to live in a totalitarian police state.”
Kwak said she realized that stopping all crime in an urban setting is impossible.
“There is no way to patrol every inch of campus and prevent every crime,” she said. “I’m certainly not in Kansas anymore.”
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|10/18/06 9:00:00 AM||CRIMINAL DAMAGE||TO VEHICLE||Street||N||N||54XX||S||SHORE DR|
|10/18/06 12:00:00 PM||BURGLARY||FORCIBLE ENTRY||Apartment||N||N||15XX||E||54TH ST|
|10/18/06 4:31:05 PM||SEX OFFENSE||CRIMINAL SEXUAL ABUSE||Cta Bus||N||N||59XX||S||COTTAGE GROVE AVE|
|10/18/06 8:00:00 PM||BURGLARY||UNLAWFUL ENTRY||Residence||N||N||55XX||S||EVERETT AVE|
|10/18/06 8:00:00 PM||THEFT||FROM BUILDING||College/University Grounds||N||N||58XX||S||ELLIS AVE|
|10/18/06 9:15:00 PM||CRIMINAL DAMAGE||TO PROPERTY||Apartment||N||N||61XX||S||KIMBARK AVE|
|10/18/06 10:40:00 PM||THEFT||OVER $300||Street||N||N||53XX||S||SHORE DR|
|10/19/06 3:05:00 AM||CRIMINAL DAMAGE||TO PROPERTY||Street||N||N||53XX||S||HYDE PARK BLVD|
|10/19/06 5:30:00 AM||THEFT||$300 AND UNDER||Street||N||N||59XX||S||DREXEL AVE|
|10/19/06 6:00:00 AM||MOTOR VEHICLE THEFT||AUTOMOBILE||Street||N||N||58XX||S||COTTAGE GROVE AVE|
|10/19/06 8:15:00 AM||BURGLARY||UNLAWFUL ENTRY||Apartment||N||N||51XX||S||KIMBARK AVE|
|10/19/06 8:30:00 AM||THEFT||$300 AND UNDER||School, Public, Grounds||N||N||8XX||E||50TH ST|
|10/19/06 9:30:00 AM||BURGLARY||FORCIBLE ENTRY||Residence||N||N||12XX||E||HYDE PARK BLVD|
|10/19/06 12:40:00 PM||BATTERY||SIMPLE||Park Property||N||N||50XX||S||DORCHESTER AVE|
|10/19/06 1:00:12 PM||BATTERY||SIMPLE||Sidewalk||N||N||14XX||E||62ND ST|
|10/19/06 1:50:00 PM||CRIMINAL TRESPASS||TO LAND||Restaurant||N||N||52XX||S||LAKE PARK AVE|
|10/19/06 2:00:00 PM||THEFT||FROM BUILDING||Restaurant||N||N||55XX||S||CORNELL AVE|
|10/19/06 3:00:00 PM||BATTERY||DOMESTIC BATTERY SIMPLE||Residence||N||Y||47XX||S||WOODLAWN AVE|
|10/19/06 3:00:00 PM||THEFT||$300 AND UNDER||Street||N||N||55XX||S||GREENWOOD AVE|
|10/19/06 5:00:00 PM||THEFT||$300 AND UNDER||Street||N||N||14XX||E||48TH ST|
|10/19/06 6:00:00 PM||CRIMINAL DAMAGE||CRIMINAL DEFACEMENT||Street||N||N||57XX||S||HARPER AVE|
|10/19/06 8:00:00 PM||MOTOR VEHICLE THEFT||ATT: AUTOMOBILE||Street||N||N||50XX||S||EAST END AVE|
|10/19/06 8:40:00 PM||THEFT||$300 AND UNDER||Bar Or Tavern||N||N||12XX||E||55TH ST|
|10/20/06||OTHER OFFENSE||HARASSMENT BY TELEPHONE||Apartment||N||N||60XX||S||HARPER AVE|
|10/20/06||THEFT||FROM BUILDING||Other||N||N||10XX||E||HYDE PARK BLVD|
|10/20/06 7:00:00 AM||BURGLARY||FORCIBLE ENTRY||Residence||N||N||55XX||S||EVERETT AVE|
|10/20/06 7:10:00 AM||THEFT||$300 AND UNDER||Street||N||N||59XX||S||UNIVERSITY AVE|
|10/20/06 7:15:00 AM||MOTOR VEHICLE THEFT||AUTOMOBILE||Street||N||N||56XX||S||LAKE PARK AVE|
|10/20/06 11:20:00 AM||THEFT||FROM BUILDING||School, Public, Building||N||N||50XX||S||BLACKSTONE AVE|
|10/20/06 3:00:00 PM||THEFT||OVER $300||Street||N||N||12XX||E||58TH ST|
|10/20/06 4:00:00 PM||BATTERY||SIMPLE||Residence Porch/Hallway||N||N||53XX||S||CORNELL AVE|
|10/20/06 7:00:00 PM||CRIMINAL DAMAGE||TO VEHICLE||Street||N||N||54XX||S||KENWOOD AVE|
|10/20/06 10:50:00 PM||ROBBERY||ARMED: HANDGUN||Park Property||N||N||50XX||S||DORCHESTER AVE|
|10/21/06||CRIMINAL DAMAGE||TO VEHICLE||Street||N||N||61XX||S||GREENWOOD AVE|
|10/21/06 1:15:00 AM||BURGLARY||ATTEMPT FORCIBLE ENTRY||Residence||N||N||49XX||S||GREENWOOD AVE|
|10/21/06 2:20:00 AM||BATTERY||SIMPLE||Street||N||N||57XX||S||WOODLAWN AVE|
|10/21/06 3:00:00 AM||MOTOR VEHICLE THEFT||AUTOMOBILE||Street||N||N||47XX||S||DORCHESTER AVE|
|10/21/06 12:00:00 PM||HOMICIDE||FIRST DEGREE MURDER||Apartment||N||N||16XX||E||50TH ST|
|10/21/06 4:00:00 PM||BURGLARY||UNLAWFUL ENTRY||Apartment||N||N||54XX||S||KENWOOD AVE|
|10/21/06 6:23:00 PM||CRIMINAL DAMAGE||TO PROPERTY||Small Retail Store||N||N||16XX||E||55TH ST|
|10/21/06 8:00:00 PM||THEFT||$300 AND UNDER||Residence||N||N||52XX||S||CORNELL AVE|
|10/21/06 11:00:00 PM||OTHER OFFENSE||OTHER VEHICLE OFFENSE||Apartment||N||Y||16XX||E||61ST ST|
|10/21/06 11:30:00 PM||BATTERY||DOMESTIC BATTERY SIMPLE||Street||N||Y||16XX||E||61ST ST|
|10/22/06 2:00:00 AM||CRIMINAL DAMAGE||TO VEHICLE||Street||N||N||15XX||E||59TH ST|
|10/22/06 3:00:00 AM||OTHER OFFENSE||HARASSMENT BY TELEPHONE||Residence||N||N||15XX||E||55TH ST|
|10/22/06 9:30:00 AM||BATTERY||DOMESTIC BATTERY SIMPLE||Residence||N||Y||8XX||E||53RD ST|
|10/22/06 7:50:00 PM||BATTERY||DOMESTIC BATTERY SIMPLE||Street||Y||Y||53XX||S||WOODLAWN AVE|
|10/22/06 11:00:00 PM||MOTOR VEHICLE THEFT||AUTOMOBILE||Street||N||N||53XX||S||HARPER AVE|
|10/23/06||DECEPTIVE PRACTICE||FORGERY||Other||N||N||52XX||S||BLACKSTONE AVE|
|10/23/06 8:00:00 AM||OTHER OFFENSE||OTHER CRIME AGAINST PERSON||Alley||N||Y||53XX||S||ELLIS AVE|
|10/23/06 1:40:00 PM||BATTERY||AGG: HANDS/FIST/FEET SERIOUS INJURY||Sidewalk||N||N||16XX||E||53RD ST|
|10/23/06 2:00:00 PM||ASSAULT||PRO EMP HANDS NO/MIN INJURY||School, Public, Building||N||N||50XX||S||BLACKSTONE AVE|
|10/23/06 2:00:00 PM||ROBBERY||ARMED: HANDGUN||Street||N||N||54XX||S||BLACKSTONE AVE|
|10/23/06 2:40:00 PM||BATTERY||AGGRAVATED: OTHER DANG WEAPON||School, Public, Building||N||N||8XX||E||50TH ST|
|10/23/06 6:00:00 PM||BATTERY||SIMPLE||Sidewalk||N||N||50XX||S||COTTAGE GROVE AVE|
|10/23/06 8:45:00 PM||BURGLARY||UNLAWFUL ENTRY||Apartment||N||N||17XX||E||55TH ST|
|10/23/06 10:30:00 PM||ROBBERY||AGGRAVATED||Other Railroad Prop / Train Depot||N||N||15XX||E||57TH ST|
|10/23/06 10:55:00 PM||OTHER OFFENSE||HARASSMENT BY TELEPHONE||Residence||N||Y||58XX||S||DORCHESTER AVE|
|10/23/06 11:00:00 PM||BATTERY||DOMESTIC BATTERY SIMPLE||Residence||N||Y||53XX||S||HARPER AVE|
|10/24/06 12:30:00 AM||CRIM SEXUAL ASSAULT||NON-AGGRAVATED||Apartment||N||N||51XX||S||BLACKSTONE AVE|
|10/24/06 6:20:00 AM||BURGLARY||FORCIBLE ENTRY||Apartment||N||N||55XX||S||EVERETT AVE|
|10/24/06 10:00:00 AM||THEFT||FINANCIAL ID THEFT: OVER $300||Residence||N||N||10XX||E||48TH ST|
|10/24/06 2:57:00 PM||BATTERY||AGG: HANDS/FIST/FEET NO/MINOR INJURY||Street||N||N||50XX||S||COTTAGE GROVE AVE|
|10/24/06 6:45:00 PM||THEFT||OVER $300||Street||N||N||53XX||S||DORCHESTER AVE|
|10/24/06 7:30:00 PM||CRIM SEXUAL ASSAULT||AGGRAVATED: OTHER||Residence||N||N||56XX||S||STONY ISLAND AVE|
|10/24/06 7:50:00 PM||ROBBERY||ATTEMPT: ARMED-HANDGUN||Sidewalk||N||N||12XX||E||54TH PL|
|10/24/06 7:50:00 PM||ROBBERY||ATTEMPT: STRONGARM-NO WEAPON||Sidewalk||N||N||12XX||E||54TH ST|
|10/24/06 11:00:00 PM||ROBBERY||ARMED: HANDGUN||Street||N||N||56XX||S||ELLIS AVE|
|10/25/06||OTHER OFFENSE||HARASSMENT BY TELEPHONE||Apartment||N||N||48XX||S||LAKE PARK AVE|
|10/25/06 1:35:00 AM||BATTERY||DOMESTIC BATTERY SIMPLE||Street||N||Y||54XX||S||ELLIS AVE|
|10/25/06 8:00:00 AM||THEFT||OVER $300||Street||N||N||53XX||S||COTTAGE GROVE AVE|
|10/25/06 8:30:00 AM||THEFT||FROM BUILDING||Residence||N||N||52XX||S||HARPER AVE|
|10/25/06 9:00:00 AM||BURGLARY||FORCIBLE ENTRY||Apartment||N||N||17XX||E||55TH ST|
|10/25/06 10:25:00 AM||OTHER OFFENSE||HARASSMENT BY TELEPHONE||Residence||N||Y||62XX||S||KENWOOD AVE|
|10/25/06 11:40:00 AM||BURGLARY||FORCIBLE ENTRY||Residence||N||N||55XX||S||HYDE PARK BLVD|
|10/25/06 3:00:00 PM||THEFT||FROM BUILDING||Church/Synagogue/Place Of Worship||N||N||15XX||E||53RD ST|
|10/25/06 5:55:00 PM||NON-CRIMINAL SUBJECT SPECIFIED||NOTIFICATION: ORDER PROTECTION||Apartment||N||Y||53XX||S||HARPER AVE|
|10/25/06 7:15:00 PM||BATTERY||SIMPLE||Grocery Food Store||Y||N||15XX||E||HYDE PARK BLVD|
|10/25/06 9:45:00 PM||ROBBERY||ARMED: HANDGUN||Park Property||N||N||54XX||S||KIMBARK AVE|
|10/25/06 10:09:00 PM||BURGLARY||FORCIBLE ENTRY||School, Public, Building||N||N||61XX||S||INGLESIDE AVE|
|10/25/06 10:25:00 PM||ROBBERY||ARMED: HANDGUN||Sidewalk||N||N||12XX||E||54TH ST|
|10/25/06 10:25:00 PM||NON-CRIMINAL||DEATH||Hospital Building/Grounds||N||N||9XX||E||58TH ST|
|10/25/06 10:56:00 PM||WEAPONS VIOLATION||UNLAWFUL POSS OF HANDGUN||Sidewalk||N||N||59XX||S||COTTAGE GROVE AVE|
|10/26/06||BURGLARY||FORCIBLE ENTRY||Apartment||N||N||55XX||S||EVERETT AVE|
|10/26/06 12:45:00 AM||CRIMINAL TRESPASS||TO LAND||Hospital Building/Grounds||Y||N||58XX||S||MARYLAND AVE|
|10/26/06 2:55:00 AM||ROBBERY||ATTEMPT: ARMED-OTHER DANG WEAP||Street||N||N||14XX||E||56TH ST|
|10/26/06 4:20:00 AM||ROBBERY||ARMED: HANDGUN||Street||N||N||53XX||S||DORCHESTER AVE|
|10/26/06 10:20:00 AM||BATTERY||DOMESTIC BATTERY SIMPLE||Residence||N||Y||14XX||E||52ND ST|
|10/26/06 1:30:00 PM||THEFT||FROM BUILDING||School, Public, Building||N||N||50XX||S||BLACKSTONE AVE|
|10/26/06 3:50:00 PM||THEFT||$300 AND UNDER||Street||N||N||8XX||E||60TH ST|
|10/26/06 4:20:00 PM||BATTERY||SIMPLE||Street||N||N||55XX||S||HYDE PARK BLVD|
|10/26/06 4:30:00 PM||BURGLARY||UNLAWFUL ENTRY||Residence||N||N||14XX||E||55TH ST|
|10/26/06 5:45:00 PM||BATTERY||SIMPLE||Residence Porch/Hallway||N||N||51XX||S||HARPER AVE|