Recent Logan Square crime news includes a murder-suicide, an armed robbery and a fire that consumed a furniture store north of Logan Square.
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.