This week, Chicago Public Schools reminded its principals about the proper procedure if federal officers try to enter schools.
The first week of 2017 saw a large group of teens in a fight and a woman assaulted during a home invasion robbery.
Logan Square’s crime blotter includes a series of business robberies, a shooting that wounded two men, and a man struck by a Blue Line train.
In a busy week for crime in Logan Square, a car crash damaged a Fullerton restaurant, a man stole cars with an assault rifle and an arrest was made in the recent assault on The 606.
This week’s crime news includes a woman being assaulted by a group on The 606 and a van containing original art stolen from a Bucktown garage.
The crime news this week includes a man physically attacked by a group of teenagers using homophobic language, the release of a suspect in the “Bucktown Creeper” case with no charges, and several shootings.
Crime news this week includes a shooting in West Logan Square that wounded one man, and charges filed in a June murder on Belmont Avenue.
This week’s crime news in the neighborhood is relatively light. Chicago Police warned residents of multiple break-ins along Palmer and Shakespeare, and two men were shot in Humboldt Park.
A police officer pulled people and pets from a house fire this week, while the Logan Square Dog Park mural was immediately vandalized and a young man was shot on Western Avenue.
Crime news in the neighborhood includes a Logan Square resident who was shot by police at the Puerto Rican Festival, an update on the 6-year-old shooting victim in the neighborhood, and the death of a cyclist from Logan Square.