WEEKEND BLOTTER: Robber Threatens Victim With Board; Another Night of Fights In Wrigleyville

8:13AM Saturday
A concerned citizen reports a white male driving westbound on Montrose at Western, blowing through stop signs at a high rate of speed and driving in a generally reckless manner. The caller adds that the reckless driver just left a DUI counseling center at 4453 N. Broadway.

12:59PM Saturday
Police go to the Dunkin’ Donuts at Clark and Belmont after a cab driver throws his cup of hot coffee at a manager. The cabbie is said to be upset because his cab got booted in the restaurant’s parking lot.

10:29PM Saturday
Police arrest a person who is being held for battering a customer at Spin nightclub, 800 W. Belmont. CPD battery case #HW490774

11:36PM Saturday
Officers assigned to the Clark Street detail report a fight in front of John Barleycorn, 3524 N Clark.

1:09AM Sunday
911 receives a call from a man at Clark and Addison who says that another man threatened him with a board and took $60. The offender, described as a black male wearing black designer jeans that have a design on the back and a baseball hat with a black bill, is last seen heading southbound on Clark in Yellow taxi cab #1673. CWB is unable to locate a police report for this incident as of December 20, 2013.

1:27AM Sunday
Officers assigned to the Clark Street detail report a fight in front of Exedus II Lounge, 3477 N Clark.

2:20AM Sunday
Officers assigned to the Clark Street detail report a fight in front of Red Ivy, 3525 N Clark.

2:52AM Sunday
Officers assigned to the Clark Street detail report a fight in front of the IO Improv Theater, 3541 N Clark. Two highly combative offenders, one male and one female, are arrested.

3:40AM Sunday
A man whose phone was stolen in the neighborhood calls 911 to report that a tracking program indicates that his phone is located inside the iHop at Halsted and Grace. Resolution unknown.

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