Prosecutors yesterday said a Chicago man on pretrial release for a dozen mail-related burglaries has been passing his time by stealing even more mail and using stolen’ credit cards to enjoy hotel accommodations along the Magnificent Mile.
With crash-and-grab burglaries across Chicago on the rise over the past year, city officials are now weighing a safety plan calling for the installation of concrete bollards in various business sectors.
The man accused of shooting a Chicago police officer and trying to shoot another cop after participating in a smash-and-grab burglary of the Prada store has been AWOL for more than three years from a federal gun case, according to court records.
Let’s take another look and see how some of our “new neighbors” are doing since they arrived in Chicago. Today, we’ll spotlight some migrants who have collected multiple arrests in our fair city, sometimes under different names.
A city of Chicago surveillance camera was rolling last month when a woman was critically injured by a man who hurled a log, striking her in the head directly in front of the Burberry store on Michigan Avenue.