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  • Holiday Weekend!

    Good morning everyone! Hollywood Beach and I will do our best to listen and post over the weekend, and we’ll try to keep the “fireworks calls” to a minimum. I hope you all have a great weekend.

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  • Wednesday Night

    The storms seemed to have passed over us for the most part tonight, lets see if crime has….. 7:53pm, 4834 N Winthrop – Fireworks complaint, Hickory Playlot (I have a feeling this is not the first of these tonight) 8:00pm, 1117 W Pratt – Auto theft in progress. Hispanic male attempting to hotwire a black […]

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  • Monday Night

    6:39, 2159 W. Foster – Older white male wearing a Sox cap is disoriented and seems confused. 6:40, Rockwell and Pratt – Suspicious people, black male and black female ringing doorbells and appear to be trying to sell something. 6:51, Thorndale and Broadway – Black male panhandling and bothering customers in the Dominick’s parking lot. […]

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  • Real Estate Sales Slowdown in Edgewater

    As real estate sales have come to a halting slowdown across the nation, it appears Edgewater is no exception. Some interesting facts from the Chicago Association of Realtors: -145 units were sold in the first quarter of 2008. – This represents the poorest sales since 1998, and a 20% from the same period last year. […]

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  • Friday night

    11:23pm, Greenview & Sherwin – officer flagged down by person. Not sure yet what the situation is. Turns out people from the suburbs parked their car here and their vehicle was broken into and things (inlcuding a GPS system) were stolen. Welcome to the city! 11:31pm, 2450 W Peterson – commercial alarm going off. Backup […]

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  • 5,000 Hits, Hooo!

    That’s right. The Edgewater Crime Blotter has just passed the 5,000 mark. Thanks to all of you out there in community for the input and support! I hope everyone has a great weekend.

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  • Wednesday Night, Ya’ll

    7:27, Clark and Rogers – 3 victims flagged down a unit, an individual stole their dogs. A security guard apprehended the suspect to wait for police. Grand theft puppy. 7:31, Kenmore and Catalpa – Obviously intoxicated white male threw a brick at the caller’s car as she was getting out of it. Welcome home! 7:33, […]

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  • Monday Night

    6:38, Devon and Western – White male with a small sword chasing a black male, witness says they went southbound on Artesian. 6:43, Broadway and Bryn Mawr – Battery in progress, 3-4 people fighting on the corner. Unit giving a slowdown. 7:20, 6257 N. Rockwell – Robbery call. 78 year old man said a male […]

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  • Summer Is Here

    It officially has arrived. I hope everyone had a fantastic weekend with the Cubs/Sox games and so on! The Edgewater Crime Blotter will continue to provide regular updates on what’s happening in the area throughout the warm months as we enjoy all that Chicago has to offer during this time of year.

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  • New Development in the ‘Hood

    A new high-rise, named Bluewater 5440, is planned go up on 5440 North Sheridan Road in Edgewater and contain an assortment residences, totaling 187 units in all. More info can be found here: http://www.bestchicagocondos.com/pre-construction-condos/bluewater-5440.html

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  • Edgewater Dinner Crawl

    There will be a “Dinner Crawl” throughout the Edgewater Historic District on June 26th. For $25 you will receive offerings from 14 neighborhood eateries. The event starts at Bridgeview Bank @ 1058 W Bryn Mawr. The participating restaurants include: Apart Pizza Anna Held Ben’s Noodle & Rice Bryn Mawr Deli Cotes du Rhone Flourish Bakery […]

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  • Wednesday Night

    7:09, 2316 W. Granville Ave. – Caller says his apartment has been broken into. 7:10, 5446 N. Kenmore Ave. – Female caller reports her front door lock has been broken, personal items stolen from her home. *There has been a recent uptick in burglary/attempted break-in reports along the Winthrop/Kenmore corridor area of Edgewater.* 7:33, 5448 […]

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