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Burglary alerts issued for Uptown, Andersonville

Police are warning residents of Andersonville and Uptown about four recent burglaries that have been reported on Magnolia Avenue. Investigators typically issue an alert when they believe a person or group is responsible for a series of crimes. The first alert involves two burglaries on the 5500 block of North Magnolia on Aug. 8. Police

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Uptown: Apparent domestic incident leaves 4 hospitalized

First responders at the scene. | Snapchat Four people were hospitalized with injuries from a violent domestic incident in the Uptown neighborhood Sunday night. Two of the injured were being considered offenders by police and one of the victims was listed in critical condition. An evidence technician was seen recovering a bloody bottle from the

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Serial bank robber strikes in Uptown and Lakeview

| FBI A serial bank robber remains at large after holding up three branches this week, including locations in Lakeview and Uptown, according to the FBI. The man is believed to be responsible for six bank heists and attempts since May 17th. The man entered Chase bank, 3714 North Broadway, at 2:47 p.m. Thursday and

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Uptown: Cops probing death of 10-month-old boy

A 10-month-old boy has died from injuries he suffered in his Uptown home last Saturday, according to Chicago police and the Cook County Medical Examiner. Police and fire personnel went to the boy’s home around 9:40 p.m. on June 29th when a 911 caller said that the boy was “acting strange” after falling out of

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Court Report: 15-time felon gets 3 years for attacking 66-year-old woman in Uptown (Plus other recent case resolutions)

Derrick Burke is heading to prison for his 15th felony sentence. | CPD; Google Fourteen-time convicted felon Derrick Burke is now a fifteen-time convicted felon after he pleaded guilty to battering a 66-year-old woman on an Uptown’s playground last summer. Burke pleaded guilty to one count of aggravated battery in a public place in exchange for the