(UPTOWN) — A 12-year-old girl was followed into a locker room by a 14-year-old boy who then sexually abused her Thursday evening at the Uplift Community High School swimming pool, 900 West Wilson, police said. The boy made “inappropriate contact” with the girl around 6 p.m., causing minor injuries, according to a CPD spokesperson. Prosecutors charged the boy as a juvenile with criminal sexual abuse. Police said the girl was treated at Advocate Illinois Masonic Medical Center. The pool was being used for a Chicago Park District program at the time of the incident, according to a spokesman for Chicago Public Schools. The park district did not respond to a request for comment.
|Midwestern Arts and Antiques | Google|
(LINCOLN SQUARE) — Police say a burglar tossed a brick through the window of an antique store to pull off a brazen evening burglary across from the Western Brown Line station on Saturday evening. Just before 6 p.m., jewelry and a lamp with a total value of about $1,500 were taken from Midwestern Arts and Antiques, 4648 North Western, police said. No one is in custody and no description of the offender was available.
|Goodwill | CPD|
(UPTOWN) — A man told police that he was robbed at gunpoint by a group of men near Wilson and Broadway around 11 a.m. on Tuesday. Police searched the area for suspects and arrested 25-year-old Andre Goodwill, who was identified by the victim as being one of the robbers. Goodwill is charged with robbery and has been ordered held without bail. No other arrests were made. State records show that Goodwill was paroled in January after serving half of an 18-month sentence for narcotics. He was sentenced to four years for possessing a stolen motor vehicle in 2015; three years for being a felon in possession of a weapon in 2012; and one year for aggravated unlawful use of a weapon in 2010, according to the Illinois Department of Corrections.
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