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ECB Follows Foot Chase and 2 Robberies in Progress

9:32pm – Female officer calling out of breath or distressed. Appears to be a foot chase in progress 1515 W Albion.

9:33pm – All units in the area requested to respond to foot chase at 6600 N Ashland. Black male now heading south down Ashland. Now changed to 6630 N Ashland. Dispatcher is giving the officer the air, asking others to keep it clear for her.

9:34pm – Man is wearing a hoody and has a gun.

9:35pm – Man is in custody – slow it down.

9:37pm – 6335 N Magnolia – Criminal trespass. Someone gained access to empty second floor apartment.

9:43pm – 5015 N Kenmore – Male hispanic, light skin, wanted for domestic battery. Man fled on foot from this location.

9:44pm – Supervisor requested to respond to a complaint that officers in an unmarked car beat a man up.

9:47pm – Robbery at Hermitage & Granville.

9:47pm- 1414 W Balmoral – Female yelling for help in the alley. Multiple calls to this location. Appears to be a robbery in progress. Multiple people in the alley yelling for help.

9:48pm – 4 male teen Hispanics all wearing black hoodies and jeans seen fleeing eastbound down south Granville alley from the scene from Hermitage & Granville robbery. Victim bit the tallest offender so one may be bleeding.

9:49pm – Hispanic males seen going northbound in alley at Balmoral and Glenwood in a silver/champagne/gold Toyota for female robbery above (9:47pm). Went northbound. A305 002 is license plate #. Keeping the air clear unless absolute emergency.

9:53pm – Officers seem to be getting the two robbery events a bit confused as some details are similar and somewhat close in proximity, but they are not related.

9:55pm – 1414 W Balmoral incident offenders were 18-22 years of age – one was armed with a tire iron. License plate ran came up as a Chevy, not a Toyota.

9:57pm – Hollywood & Sheridan – Disturbance with panhandlers.

9:58pm – Silver Chevy Impala with license plate named above found at Norwood & Hoyne. Offender in custody. Again, officers getting the details of both robberies confused. Dispatcher starting to think both incidents were related, recommends having both victims from different robberies come identify the offender that was caught.

10:03pm – One victim has given a positive ID.

10:20pm – 4840 N Ashland – burglary alarm going off at residence.

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