BLOTTER: Sleepy Thursday Morning

1:33AM:  Chicago Fire Department ambulance #6 was called to the Addison Red Line station to treat a man having a seizure. Upon arriving at the L stop, paramedics radioed to have police meet them at Illinois Masonic Medical Center because the man down appeared to have been robbed. Officers spoke with the victim at the hospital and determined that while he had not been robbed, he was the victim of a domestic battery. A case number is pending. UPDATED 11 JUNE 2013: No report was taken.

2:15AM:  A passerby discovered that a door was left open at Joy’s Noodles and Rice, 3257 N. Broadway. Officers secured the restaurant.

5:33AM:  Security at the 3224 N. Halsted garage called police for assistance with removing a trespasser.

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